We offer a wide range of examinations and qualifications for medical professionals in Burma. We administer those exams and qualifications on behalf of some of the UK’s most prestigious medical organisations.

If you have any questions regarding the exams, you should get in touch with the relevant medical exam board directly.  You can find more details about the exams below:

Member of Royal College of Physicians (MRCP UK)

The Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians (MRCP UK) exam plays an essential role in the overall educational experience and continuing professional development of physicians in the UK. It is a pre-requisite for physicians wishing to undergo training in a medically-related speciality in the UK.

Exam dates and examinations fees can be found on the MRCP UK website.

Member of Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists ( MRCOG )

The Membership examination is intended for those who wish to specialise in obstetrics and gynaecology. MRCOG is a two-part examination.

Detailed information can be found on the MRCOG website.

Membership of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health ( MRCPCH )

Membership of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health ( MRCPCH ) can give you an access to world-renowned specialist paediatric training in the UK, giving you the chance to boost your career.

The MRCPCH examination is for the diploma of Membership of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) and is usually taken during the period of basic specialist training, which normally lasts two to three years. 

Detailed examination information can be found on the MRCPCH website.

Membership Examination of the Surgical Royal Colleges of Great Britain ( Intercollegiate MRCS )

Membership Examination of the Surgical Royal Colleges of Great Britain ( Intercollegiate MRCS )

The Membership Examination of the Surgical Royal Colleges of Great Britain, or MRCS, is designed for surgical trainees in the generality part of specialty training. The MRCS determines whether you possess the correct knowledge, skills and attributes to complete basic training and to progress to higher levels of specialist surgical training.

The MRCS examination is intercollegiate, meaning that it is common to all Colleges. 

The Fellowship Examination in Ophthalmology of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh FRCSEd (Ophth)

Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons is open to trainees who have completed at least four years of training in Ophthalmology and passed the Fellowship Examination.

Successful candidates are eligible for election to Fellowship of the Royal College and once elected may designate themselves FRCSEd ( Ophth). Candidates who are successful in Part B of the Examination are eligible to Membership of the Royal College and once elected may themselves MRCSEd ( Ophth).