MRCGP [International] South Asia Examination
The two parts of the examination are:
Part I – Written – A multiple choice paper
Part II – Objective structured clinical examination (OSCE)
You need to make a general application to the College of General Practitioners of Sri Lanka Secretariat to take the examination.
Eligibility criterion to apply for the examination (either one of the following):
- Certification of completion of a structured three years training course inclusive of experience in Family Medicine/General Practice and accredited by the South Asia Region MRCGP [INT] Board.
- Certification of completion of an accredited one year programme in Family Medicine with an additional three years clinical experience. This should consist of either three years in FM or a minimum of two years in FM with a further year in a speciality/-ies allied to Family Medicine/General Practice that are certified by the local accrediting organisation and approved by the regional MRCGP [INT] Board.
- Minimum of five years clinical experience of which a minimum of three years should be in Family Medicine/General Practice and the other years in speciality/-ies allied to Family Medicine/General Practice certified by the local accrediting organisation and approved by the regional MRCGP [INT] Board.
Further details can be obtained from the MRCGP [Int] South Asia website or call the CGPSL office during working hours.