3-year training program (fully in India) delivered in partnership with the Joint Royal College of Physicians Training Board (JRCPTB-UK).
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The MRCP (UK) qualification is recognised by the Medical Council of India.
The course curriculum and course delivery is supervised by the JRCPTB, UK.
Regular progress reviews based on the UK ARCP methodology.
Apply for specialty
Apply directly for higher training without any other certificate.
Gain valuable work experience
Work while you're preparing for the MRCP
Work & study
Work full-time in specially curated and recognized multi-specialty hospitals in India while you're preparing for the MRCP-IMT.
IMT forms the first stage of specialty training for most doctors and prepares trainees for participating in acute medicine.
Trainees also learn to manage patients with acute and chronic medical problems.
Which hospitals are part of this program?
For every batch, the list of recognized hospitals vary, because of the limited number of open positions.
Structured & supervised training program
3-year structured learning
Trainees will receive international standard of learning, equivalent to a physician trainee in the UK, and follow the same core curriculum.
Trainees will be under supervision by both an educational supervisor and a clinical supervisor who'll provide constant support.
All trainees will undertake assessment by a pool of consultants fully trained by the Royal College of Physicians. Supervisors will also be assessed on a regular basis through appraisal meetings.
Workplace based assessments
Trainees will undergo regular workplace based assessment throughout their training with an ARCP. All ARCPs are supervised by an expert from the JRCPTB.
What are ARCPs?
The means by which doctors in training are reviewed each year to ensure that they are offering safe, quality patient care, and to assess their progression against standards set down in the curriculum for their training programme.
Exposure through rotations
Gain practical exposure across departments
Trainees will get practical work experience across the following departments:
Submit the completed application form and wait for an assessment call from the programme coordinators.
The assessment results will be shared via email and SMS.
You’ll be required to submit your latest CV that highlights all your achievements and core competencies and work experience (if any).
The CV will also be used during your interview.
You will be interviewed by a panel of doctors who will test your compatibility for the programme, and your goals & aspirants once you complete the programme.
There will also be a test of our medical skills knowledge and your CV will also be thoroughly vetted.
Enquire now to learn more about the next batch
Batch dates not announced
First come-first serve
pay along with application form
depends on the location
Course tuition fee
payable per annum for 3 years