Royal College Exams, UK

This training programme is focused on the medical students who have graduated MBBS or equivalent and are looking for a dynamic breakthrough in their career. This programme is completely designed on training the students for the Royal College, UK Certifications like Membership of Royal College of Physicians (MRCP), Membership of Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health (MRCPCH), Membership of Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (MRCOG), Membership of Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS) and Fellowship of Royal College of Radiology (FRCR).

PG Course after MBBS


What is IMSTP?

International Multi Speciality Training for Professionals.

What is SPIME:

Speciality Programme for International Medical Examinations.

What is the duration of the Programme?

This programme is a 2 year programme. The student will be posted in one of our
associated hospital across India for clinical training and simultaneously he/she will be
trained through an online academic platform for the Part 1 and Part 2(Part 2A in case of
FRCR) Exams of Royal College, UK.

What are the specialities available?

MRCP – Membership of the Royal College of Physicians.
MRCPCH – Membership of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
MRCOG – Membership of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
MRCS – Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons.
FRCR – Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists.
MRCEM – Membership of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine

Is this Royal College Certification MCI approved?

Yes. This certification is recognized in India. The student can practice and teach
medicine in all the Private Medical Hospitals and Universities in India. Also, he will be
able to practice in more than 100 countries across the globe. Eg: Bahrain, Dubai, Qatar,
Kuwait, Singapore, Malaysia, etc.,

Is this Programme MCI approved?

This is only a training programme. It is a preparatory programme, to prepare students to
appear and clear the Royal College, UK exams. So, this programme does not need MCI

Is PLAB exam required after this programme to practice in UK?

No. Once the student receives the certification of Membership, with minimum 2 years of
experience and GMC registration, the student can practice in UK.

What is the eligibility to get enrolled?

Candidates must hold a MBBS degree or equivalent from one of the recognised National
or International Medical Institutions which are listed by Indian Medical Council Act 1956.
Candidates must have secured 60% in MBBS and HSC and acquired permanent
registration from MCI or State Medical Council.
MD Abroad with not less than 70% aggregate in MD and 60% in HSE, with FMGE
clearance and MCI or state registration.

Do I get a stipend for 2 years?

Yes. You get a guaranteed stipend of INR 25000/- per month.

Will can I expect an increment?

Increment solely depends on the candidate’s performance and the interest of the training

Can I pay the fees in installment?


What are the features of this training programme?

This is one of the prestigious certification awarded by the Royal College, UK. More than
100 countries have recognized this certification and you can practice in those countries
just by registering in the respective countries medical council.
You can earn 3lakhs to 6lakhs within a short period.
You will be guided for GMC and DHA registrations.

Should I clear FMGE if I am a graduate from abroad university?

Yes. You should have cleared FMGE and registered in MCI or the state medical council.

What would be the future scope?

With minimum 2 years of experience after the certification, you can register in GMC, UK
and practice in UK.
You can register in any country where this certification is recognized and practice in that

Is the Royal College, UK exam fees included in this fee structure?

No. Royal College exam fee has to be paid directly by the student while applying for the

What are the advantages of the programme?

PG NEET not required.
Low fee structure compared to all other PG programmes.
Live clinical training and lectures and simultaneously preparation for Part 1 and 2.

What after Part 2? What are the procedures for OSCE and its training modules?

The candidate appears for Part 2 at the end of the 2 nd year of the training programme.
Once he clears the Part 2 examination, the candidate has to re-register with IMSTP for
the OSCE / PACES training programme. This training programme will be for a period of
3 weeks.

Is IELTS is required?

If the candidate is willing to practice in UK or Register in GMC, IELTS / OET is

What are the available locations for Clinical Training?

This programme is a Pan India training programme. From March 2020 intake, we are
associated with hospitals in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Telangana, Andra Pradesh
and Gujarat.

Hostel and accommodation facility at hospitals?

It depends on the hospital.

Is this training programme available in Online mode?


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