Exam centres - overseas
MRCPCH Overseas Clinical Examination Information
Candidates who have been previously waitlisted or given priority status should indicate this on their applications.
Application acceptance criteria in order of receipt is detailed below:
- Applicants resident and working in the exam centre country.
- Waitlisted/priority applications from candidates unplaced on more than one occasion.
- Waitlisted/priority applications from candidates unplaced on one occasion.
- All other applications.
Waitlisting/priority status in any diet does not guarantee that you will be allocated a place for a particular examination sitting.
Waitlisted applicants will remain on a waitlist up until four weeks prior to the examination, unless they otherwise inform the College in writing. Waitlisted applicants will have their seven-year clinical registration periods extended by one diet if their initial application meets the eligibility criteria.
Testimonials for proposers who do not hold the relevant qualifications must accompany all applications for the clinical examination.
For full details on dates and fees for the overseas examinations please click here.
Contact details for all overseas MRCPCH Clinical examination centres are listed below.
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