|How To Apply for an Extension of Permit Free Training in UK
by copmed - 5267 reads, based on 4 votes
How To Apply for an Extension of your stay in the United Kingdom under the Permit Free Training Regulations Using Form PF/PGD 2002
Form PF/PGD 2002 is available from Medical Staffing Departments, Postgraduate Centres and from the respective Deanery. You may request a form from your Deanery by email. The form has been printed on security paper, the Home Office will not accept photocopies, although this may change in the near future.
It is for doctors, including doctors on the VTS scheme, and dentists who currently hold a permit and who are going into an approved postgraduate training post. ...
|Different Types of Visa Issued for Medical Training in UK
by COPMeD - 6741 reads, based on 6 votes
There are specific rules governing postgraduate medical training in the National Health Service (NHS). Individuals without indefinite rights of residence in Britain would, for most professions, require a work permit. However medical and dental trainees (doctors employed in a postgraduate approved training post) are admitted under arrangements known as 'permit-free', which means no work permit is required. Your exact immigration status will be determined by the reason you are seeking to enter Britain....
|Work Permits, The Home Office, UK and Overseas Doctors
by NHS Careers - 8939 reads, based on 1 vote
Anyone from outside the EEA wishing to work in the UK must have a work permit, issued by:
Overseas Labour Service
England S1 4PQ
Tel: 0044 114 2594074
Their employer should arrange their work permit for them before they arrive in the UK.
Doctors undertaking training in the UK do not need a work permit to begin their post, as they are eligible for permit free training. In order to be granted permit free training a doctor will have to satisfy the Home Office that they have secured an official training post. Postgraduate medical deans will provide more guidance about permit free training....
|List of things to be taken for UK Visa
by RxPG_team - 8221 reads, based on 2 votes
Hi everyone, I had been for my visa today ahd these are the things they asked for Completed application form. We are supposed to fill up the students section also, ofcourse make sure that you have an address and phone no in uk as it has to be written in column no five....
|Scholarships managed by the British Council
by RxPG - 10202 reads, based on 2 votes
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Scholarships managed by the British Council
Every year the British Council in India sends approximately
600 Indian students and professionals to the UK under various scholarships,
training and exchanges programs. Candidates should be Indian nationals,
currently resident in India. They must undertake to return to India at the end
of their award. For academic scholarships, one needs to have a confirmed offer
of admission from a UK university. Scholarships normally cover full fees and
living expenses but do not cover cost of international travel. ...