The Overseas Singaporean Unit would like to hear from you!
If you’re a Singaporean currently residing in Australia, we would like to hear your views on OSU initiatives you have participated in. We’re working with The Nielsen Company to carry out a survey, and the survey can be accessed here: nielsenwebsurveys.com/wix/p3657938240.aspx
Every feedback is valuable in helping us improve our programmes, and we appreciate your time!
* Please be assured that all information collected will be kept strictly confidential. The survey will be hosted on an online platform with rigorous data protection and security features. All data collected for this survey will be disposed of from the vendor’s systems two weeks after the end of the project. If you have questions related to the survey, you may approach the Nielsen team at firstname.lastname@example.org. ... See MoreSee Less
These are some relevant changes in the Singapore Medical Council (SMC) registration criteria. In essence:
The SMC has further refined the general criteria for conditionally registered doctors to attain Full Registration (F-reg), and the Supervisory Framework.
It has decided that (new) non-specialist conditionally registered doctors who have not done their Postgraduate Year 1 under provisional registration in Singapore must undergo at least 12 months of broad-based practice with their clinical performance assessed to be satisfactory by the SMC before they apply for consideration for F-reg.
Applications for the Pre-Employment Grant (PEG) offered by MOHH for Australia and New Zealand students are now open, and will close on 22 JANUARY 2019 (GMT+8).
Eligibility: Clinical Year Students in a 4-year programme who are commencing their 3rd/4th year, in a 5-year programme who are commencing their 4th/5th year, and those in a 6-year programme who are commencing their 4th/5th/6th year of studies in 2019