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51

Overview

 

  • AU

  • NZ

 

The following pathways are available in Australia to SIMGs (only those marked with an asterisk may lead to Fellowship of 51):

  • Surgical Education and Training (SET) *: for international medical graduates who have not yet completed specialist surgical training and wish to gain a specialist qualification in surgery through 51’ accredited SET program.
  • Short-term training: for international medical graduates interested in undertaking a short period of training in Australia, with the objective of gaining professional skills and experience not available in their country of training.

To help you decide which pathway may be relevant, an initial self-assessment tool can be found .

The following pathways are available in Aotearoa New Zealand to international medical graduates (only those marked with an asterisk may lead to Fellowship of 51):

  • Surgical Education and Training (SET) *: for international medical graduates who have not yet completed specialist surgical training and wish to gain a specialist qualification in surgery through 51’ accredited SET program.