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Intercollegiate Specialty Fellowship Exams (JCIE and JSCFE)

JCIE (domestic - UK & Ireland)

The Joint Committee on Intercollegiate Examinations (JCIE) is responsible, in line with statutory requirements of the GMC Postgraduate Board, to the four Surgical Royal Colleges of Great Britain and Ireland, for the supervision of standards, policies, regulations and professional conduct of the UK/Ireland Specialty Fellowship Examinations across all ten surgical specialties.

On passing the exam you are eligible for election as a fellow to any of the four Surgical Royal Colleges, after which you are entitled to use the colleges’ associated post-nominals (FRCS (College).

Please visit the JCIE website to book an examination or to access more information on the UK/Ireland (domestic) Specialty Fellowship Examinations.


 

JSCFE (international)

The Joint Surgical Colleges’ Fellowship Examinations (JSCFE) are offered by the four Surgical Royal Colleges (Edinburgh, England, Glasgow and Ireland) to the international surgical community and are organised by the JSCFE Committee.  Examinations in the following specialties are currently available:

  • Cardiothoracic Surgery
  • General Surgery
  • Neurosurgery
  • Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Urology

On passing the exam you are eligible for election as a fellow to any of the four Surgical Royal Colleges, after which you are entitled to use the colleges’ associated post-nominals FRCS (College).

Please visit the JSCFE website to book an examination or to access more information on the International Specialty Fellowship Examinations.


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