Applications for JSCFE now open
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The four Royal Surgical Colleges (Edinburgh, England, Glasgow & Ireland) recently announced the introduction of a new suite of Intercollegiate Fellowship Examinations for the international surgical community. The new examinations will be known as the Joint Surgical Colleges' Fellowship Examination (JSCFE), success in which will result in the qualification FRCS (College) (Int) (Specialty). The JSCFE will have parity of standard with the existing UK/Ireland Intercollegiate Fellowship examination and, on successful completion of the examination, candidates will be eligible for election as a Fellow to any of the four Royal Colleges.
The first JSCFE will be held in early 2013 in the specialty of General Surgery.
The JSCFE will comprise two Sections: Section 1 will be delivered in professional test centres via computer-based testing; the initial diet for Section 2 will be held in Dubai, with a subsequent diet being run in Sri Lanka. Locations for future diets will be publicised in due course. The fees for Sections 1 and 2 are £520 and £1,785 respectively. Success in Section 1 will be a pre-requisite for entry to Section 2.
• Candidates would normally have passed the MRCS examination of
one of the four Surgical Royal Colleges.
• Alternatively, candidates would have successfully completed a locally recognised surgical training programme in that specialty.
• The examination will assess at the standard of the UK and
Ireland Fellowship examinations. Applicants will be required,
therefore, to provide verification that this level has been reached
in their training and/or clinical experience prior to sitting the
examination. The supporting endorsement would normally be provided
by the trainers or senior colleagues.
• The final decision on eligibility for admission to the examination will lie with the Joint Surgical Colleges' Fellowship Examinations Sub-Committee.
Applications are now open via the JSCFE website at www.jscfe.co.uk.
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