Applying for a fellowship
Find out more about the fellowship application process
What fellowships are available?
We continuously recruit to a variety of fellowships across the Trust, advertising in this section of the website and occasionally on NHS Jobs. Posts tend to start in August or February, although we are flexible with start dates. If you can't find what you're looking for, please contact email@example.com, as additional positions may be available.
What to do next
If you are interested in getting further information about a post, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply for a specific role, please email your CV with a cover letter specifying which fellowship you're interested in to the above email address.
Depending on your specialty and level of training, you may need to take an Out Of Programme Experience (OOPE) to complete the fellowship. For more information, please discuss this with your training programme director or the supervisor for the fellowship you are interested in.
We welcome international trainees and have a strong history of employing trainees from abroad, in particular from Australia and Europe. There are some requirements for working in the UK that you should be aware of – below are some useful websites and links to guide you on your next steps, but please don't hesitate to contact us on email@example.com if you have any further questions.
- To work in the UK, you need to be registered with the General Medical Council (GMC). If you are from the European Union, you are eligible for full registration with the GMC. If you are from outside the European Union, you need to have passed the PLAB (Professional and Linguistic Assessment Board) Tests, or get an exemption. This is the test the GMC uses to ensure international doctors have the basic medical competence and communication skills to practice in the UK
- Overseas doctors applying for GMC registration also need to demonstrate satisfactory knowledge of the English language. To do this they must meet certain requirements in the academic version of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
- If you currently live outside the UK, you may require a work visa. Information on this can be obtained from the Home Office website
- Health Education England (HEE) is an NHS body which has a useful webpage with relevant information
- NHS Employers also has a very good website for international medical graduates, including a downloadable guide