OSCE Course Registration

MRCGP [INT] South Asia


Registration for Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) Orientation Course

The MRCGP [INT] South Asia Board is pleased to announce the registration for the OSCE orientation course scheduled in August/September 2023.   

Application Guide:

For downloading the application guide please click here

Application Form:

For downloading the application form please click here.

Course dates:

Thursday – Monday, December 21 – December 25, 2023 (inclusive) – 5 Day Course


Registration opens from 16th November, 2023, until 8th December, 2023.

Course fee:

AED 4200

Includes morning and afternoon tea and buffet lunch during the course.

Payment method:

The Course fee will be collected in cash on day 1 at the time of registration.


Southern Sun Abu Dhabi, Al Mina Street, Al Zahiya, Tourist Club Area, Abu Dhabi, UAE.

Salient Features:

  • RCGP Endorsed Course
  • The panel of experienced examiners as facilitators
  • Small group discussions and one-to-one feedback
  • Interactive scenario-based sessions
  • Hands-on practice
  • Special case presentations
  • Exclusive session on examination skills
  • Video viewing and marking by the participants
  • Learning needs identification and tips to improve
  • Sharing of experience and discussing individual areas of difficulty
  • Familiarity with the actual exam environment
  • Mock exam on the last day
  • Issuance of the course participation certificate
  • 26 CPD points/credit hours will be awarded
  • Overall pass rate of 73.18%

The soft copy of the application can be submitted to mrcgp.southasia@hotmail.com


Applications can be sent directly to the South Asia admin office below address.

MRCGP [INT] South Asia Admin Office

Plot # 45 A, 906 Fortune Centre

PECHS Block 6, Main Shahrah e Faisal

Karachi. Pakistan

Tel.: 92 21 3432 2423; Cell: 92 3000 50 49 06 (during normal office hours only)

Email: mrcgp.southasia@hotmail.com

The number of places are limited, and slots will only be allocated on “FIRST COME FIRST SERVED” basis