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Non-EEA international doctors

Definition of ‘international doctor’ An international doctor is one who, regardless of where they obtained their primary medical qualification, does not have the right of indefinite residence, is not settled in the UK (as determined by immigration and nationality law) or who does not benefit from European Community rights. This definition includes doctors who have

IMG Tier 5 Support Scheme

IMPORTANT: Important – Changes to MTI Prioritisation process The Department of Health, Health Education England and the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges have agreed changes to the arrangements for processing applications for MTI Certificates of Sponsorship (CoS) from applicants from countries other than those identified as DfID priority countries or World Bank Low Income and Lower

Dual Sponsorship Scheme

COVID-19 UPDATE The College has been continuously monitoring the global and national COVID-19 pandemic and understands the ongoing uncertainty with regards to healthcare provision in the United Kingdom. The quality and accessibility of training and the safety of our doctors is our number one priority and we thank you for your patience while the scheme

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