International information hub
Registering with the HCPC
The HCPC is the regulatory body for occupational therapists, ODPs, physiotherapists, psychologists and speech therapists.
Transport links from UK airports
Once you have arrived in the UK, you’ll likely still have a little further to go on your journey before you reach the final destination.
Setting up a mobile phone in the UK
Once you arrive, one thing you’re bound to need is a working phone with a UK number. We’ve answered some frequently asked questions below to help.
Registering with a dentist in the UK
Registering with a dentist is different from the process you need to follow when registering at a GP surgery. In this blog, we outline how.
Applying for Tier 2 in the UK
Eligibility for a Tier 2 General Work visa varies depending on the candidate and client in question. In this blog we’ll explore how you can apply.
GMC: Plabs exam information
The Professional and Linguistic Assessments Board exam is a general medicine foundation level examination to be able to practise in the UK.
Registering with the GMC
The General Medical Council is the regulatory body for doctors working in the UK. Here’s what you need to register.
Accessing healthcare in the UK
This blog will explore information about how to access healthcare on the basis of lawful residency in the UK.
Setting up a UK bank account
Once you have arrived in the UK, opening a bank account will likely be a priority. In this blog, we’ll go over what you’ll need.
You’ve arrived in the UK, what’s next?
Welcome to the United Kingdom! We’re delighted to have you here. Pre-trip planning is out of the way; now it is time to focus on getting settled.
Relocating to the UK as a psychiatrist
If you’re relocating to the UK for your next career move, we’re here to guide you through the process every step of the way.
Visas for working in the UK
There are many different types of visa that allow you to practice in the UK. See what’s best for your circumstances.
Finding accommodation in the UK
Whether it’s for the short term, or the long term, where you live will likely play a big part in helping you feel settled in the UK.
Applying for a National Insurance number
You will need a National Insurance number if you plan to work in the UK. This ensures NI and taces are recorded correctly.
The UK updates its COP for international recruitment
The UK updates its code of practice for the international recruitment of healthcare professionals.
MRCPsych exam information
MRCPsych is a psychiatry-specific exam. Doctors in the UK usually take it before they progress to further training in order to become a consultant.