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UK Medical Student wanting to move to Canada for psychiatry

UK Medical Student wanting to move to Canada for psychiatry

Old Jun 12th 2023, 4:11 pm
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Hi there,

I am a medical student in the UK hoping to become a psychiatrist and practice in Canada; I am aware that after medical school, in the UK for psychiatry you need to complete 2 years foundation training, 3 years core training (to get MRCPsych) and 3 years specialty training (to get CCT). I was wondering whether anyone could tell me whether just the MRCPsych, without the CCT/specialty training, is enough to move to Canada and be able to write the licensing exams and start practicing? I can't find any info on this online. Thank you!
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