IMRCS stands for the Intercollegiate Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons. It is one the membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland and is open to surgeons who have passed all parts of the Intercollegiate Membership examination and meet the criteria set.
Membership to one of the three royal surgical colleges of Great Britain is open to surgeons who have passed all parts of the IMRCS exam.
The exam syllabus, format and content are common to all three colleges:
If you’re from overseas you must hold a primary medical qualification accepted by the Medical Councils of the college.
If you’re a prospective candidate, you can check if your medical degree is accepted on the World Health Organisation’s list of medical schools.
You will be eligible for election as a member of the college you’ve chosen to apply or if you’ve successfully passed all parts of the exam.
The MRCS Part B OCC will still require a candidate to submit a paper application to the British Council before the closing date.
For Part B registration you must have passed Part A. You will need to submit the following documents: