Specialty Training Competition Ratios 2018
Before making the decision of starting your road to the UK, fair knowledge about the scope in your chosen specialty MUST be obtained in order to allow for better planning and preparation. And that’s why, every year, the Health Education of England publishes competition ratios to give us an idea of what we can expect. How to make sense of it? The first thing you need to understand is if your specialty is run-through or uncoupled. Now what does that mean? If

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HASHI
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HASHI

Thank you Ibrahim,
is the ratio displays only round 1 or both 1 and 2?

Munir
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Munir

Thanks Dr. Ibrahim. Can you please give an idea about the way to pursue career in intensive care medicine in the UK after having completed MRCP?

Omar
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Omar

Thanks a lot Dr Ibrahim, it is really helpful ! I was wondering if you could show us some specialties that usually still available in round 2 (I was thinking of ST1 in Neurology) . If you have a list of ST1 round 2 specialties or official links for the year 2018, i will highly appreciate if you share it , thank you Doctor !

Dss
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Dss

https://heeoe.hee.nhs.uk/recruitment/urology-st3-r2-2018
Hello I checked this link and it mentions 3 urology ST3 posts in round 2,I was quite surprised to see such a competitive speciality in round 2,can you please open and check if it’s authentic or I have misunderstood
Thanks a lot
Keep up the amazing posts!

Majed Khaled
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Majed Khaled

May I ask?
Is someone already sponsored by the Oriel (just finished his CMT) exempted from the rlmt?
If he applied in round 1, does he have to wait for clearing?

dhruvsatya
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Thanks a lot for your answer.

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Abdelrahman
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Abdelrahman

Hi
I read that an IMG can apply to round 1 directly if he got the required VISA, CAN someone elaborate more on this , what is this special VISA and how can we get it?

Admin

You are referring to Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR). You need to be in the UK 5 years to apply for it, or marry someone with it or UK citizenship.

Nik
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Is there a specialty called surgical oncology , I mean as ST3??

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