Yes, after graduating from medical school, the specialisation must be done in the local language. We will usually get you accepted into a language course at the university for 10 months, which you must pass, and then you’re guaranteed entry into your desired medical speciality.
If you specialise in the UK, you do not have to study a year of language as long as you know English. Our institute of Medical Sciences in Canterbury offers courses designed to challenge you academically and provide you with enhanced skills and knowledge. We provide courses in MSc, Physician Associate Studies, MCh in Surgery– Otorhinolaryngology, MCh in Surgery – Orthopaedics and Regenerative Medicine, MCh in Surgery – Urology, MCh in Surgery – Ophthalmology.