The Medical Training Initiative (MTI) scheme allows International Medical Graduates to come to the UK for a maximum of 2 years to train within the National Health Service (NHS). IMGs gain a lot from the knowledge, skills, and techniques they learn in the NHS and can use them to improve patient care in their home country when they return. The scheme does grant successful applicants GMC; we as an agency often get asked if this is a route that should be considered when attempting to begin a life in the UK as an NHS Doctor. Here we shall explain the pros and cons of the MTI Scheme.
If you are an international Doctor who would like to relocate to the UK, email your CV to [email protected] and we can support you in securing an NHS post and on your relocation journey to the UK.
Are you a member of our Facebook group? When you join IMG Advisor, you join a community of doctors all looking to relocate to the UK and join the NHS. We post a series of blogs and vlogs to the group each day. We will also be on hand to answer all of your relocation queries.
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Listen to BDI Resourcing on the go with IMG Advisor the Podcast! You can listen to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher and Buzzsprout. We have a number of episodes with tips and advice on relocating to the UK and the routes you can take to achieve this.
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