Valid medical degrees for MRCS Part A Eligibility

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Sir, I studied MBBS in Ukraine. Can i appear for MRCS Part A ?

  • To enter the examination, a candidate must possess a primary medical qualification that is acceptable to the United Kingdom General Medical Council for Full or Provisional Registration or to the Medical Council in Ireland for Full or Temporary Registration; overseas candidates must hold a primary medical qualification acceptable to the Councils of the colleges.
  • Prospective candidates who wish to check the acceptability of their medical degrees should see the International Medical Education Directory (IMED) on http://avicenna.ku.dk/database/medicine or the World Directory of Medical Schools on http://search.wdoms.org/. If the medical school does not appear on this list, candidates should contact the examinations department/section at the college to which they wish to apply for the examination for further clarification.

Hello sir , I need your help , because i cant find the answer , I am studying in Rostov state medical university Russia , after completing MBBS from here can i directly apply for MRCS ?

 
  • Yes you can if your institution is listed on the World Directory of Medical Schools. Check out here https://www.wdoms.org/
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