MRCS, UK is a tailored training programme exclusively for the medical aspirants looking for a career in surgical department. MRCS training hospitals in India gives a tremendous exposure to the medical aspirants to become a world class surgeon with exposure in various fields of surgery. The MRCS examination is a decisive milestone in a surgical career; it determines whether a surgical trainee possesses the applied knowledge, skills and attributes to complete basic training. MRCS training hospitals in Kerala and MRCS training hospitals in India will be the best options for medical aspirants looking to progress to next level of professionalism and looking for best PG courses after MBBS and courses after MBBS without NEET PG. The successful MRCS surgeons working in more than 100 countries including India, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and many more.
To enhance the scope of the core clinical training, we have partnered with the top MRCS training hospitals in India. The candidates will be benefitted by the bedside teaching, exposure towards various surgical departments with regular assessments in these MRCS training hospitals in India. The dedicated mentors and consultants of the MRCS training hospitals in India will provide continuous support throughout the programme. Candidates will be posted in relevant departments as post graduate trainees in our associated MRCS training hospitals in India. The training at these hospitals is conducted by faculty with profound experience in teaching and practice. As we have partnered with MRCS training hospitals in India in various states including Tamil Nādu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Gujarat, the candidates gets an option to choose a preferred location. The extensive clinical experience gained at these hospitals will give immense exposure to the candidates to work in India and UK.
Surgeons are the most demanding professionals across the globe. Moreover, Indian surgeons are respected the most. A MRCS certified surgeon receives a global recognition and wider benefits including international opportunities and better remuneration. Further after completing the speciality training levels in UK, the doctors and surgeons can apply for a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) which is highly recognized in Indian Hospitals and Universities. After passing the MRCS (UK), doctors can practice surgery in many countries except USA and Canada without any licensing examinations.
I.Applied Basic Science
No. of Questions: 180 questions (MCQ and EMQ)
Duration: 3 hours
II.Principles of Surgery in General
No. of Questions: 120 questions (MCQ and EMQ)
For details regarding Exam dates, eligibility, fees, exam centers, etc. kindly visit the MRCS website
Part A : https://www.rcseng.ac.uk/education-and-exams/exams/search/intercollegiate-mrcs-part-a/
OSCE : https://www.rcseng.ac.uk/education-and-exams/exams/search/intercollegiate-mrcs-part-b-osce/
|2||ENT / Head and Neck Surgery|
|4||Plastic Surgery and Burns|
|8||Accident and Emergency|
|9||Orthopedics and Trauma|