MRCGP International

MRCGP International

MRCGP International

At present the MRCGP examination requires doctors that sit it to be working in the UK within specific training posts in the NHS setting.

Overseas doctors encounter a different spectrum of disease and different challenges to those working in the UK. The MRCGP international examination (MRCGP[INT]) is run by local Host Examining Bodies in a variety of different countries around the world. Each examination is specific for the country or region where it is available, is different in form and content and has different eligibility requirements.

Countires where the MRCGP[INT] is currently assessed include the following:

  • Brunei
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Egypt
  • State of Kuwait
  • Malta
  • Oman
  • India
  • Pakistan
  • Sri Lanka
  • Bangladesh

More information about the MRCGP[INT] can be found on the Royal College of General Practitioners website. Applicants should contact the appropriate accredited centre directly.

What Doctors Are Saying

"This is an innovative and well-organised on-line learning tool to help candidates prepare for the MRCGP: designed and run by doctors who are themselves up to date with the College syllabus, it enables those doctors who are preparing for the MRCGP to critically appraise their potential weaknesses whilst getting extensive practice with typical AKT questions.  An ideal way to maximise one's chances of passing the MRCGP! " Dr Michael Barrie, GP Principal, Greater London
"This is a comprehensive, one-stop platform for online MRCGP examination revision. There are a wide range of up-to-date, carefully written questions based on RCGP curriculum that are relevant to the MRCGP examination. It is great value for money and is definitely worth signing up for. " Dr. Yiyang Ng, GP/Medical Educator, Greater London
"MRCGP Exam Prep is a fantastic online resource which is closely aligned with the MRCGP exam. It is a reliable site to practice examination questions and a great way to prepare for the exam. It helped me spot the gaps in my revision and resulted in success on my first attempt at the MRCGP. " Dr Jenny Hall, GP, London