The information on this website is currently aimed at recruiting for posts starting in August 2018. The website will be updated over the summer and early autumn of 2018 and is expected to be refreshed for 2019 recruitment by the end of September 2018. When specific information, such as the timetable, is confirmed, this will be addedd to the website but in the meantime the information for 2018 is a good guide as to what to expect for 2019 recruitment as most things will be largely the same.
Whilst the recruitment process is expected to stay similar, core medical training will be replaced by internal medicine stage 1 from August 2019. Please use the following link to access a news item which contains more information about this development http://www.ct1recruitment.org.uk/news/developments-in-medical-training.
If you are looking to apply to CT1-level programmes in core medical training (CMT) and/or acute care common stem:acute medicine (ACCS-AM), this website contains detailed information to help you when applying for programmes starting in August 2018. This covers recruitment to all UK training programmes in these specialties.
The recruitment process section of the website is the home to the majority of information to help you navigate a recruitment round, including: dates & posts, eligibility criteria, planning your application, applying, interviews and offers.
In addition to the website, we produce an 'Applicants' Guide' which overviews how the process works and is a good introduction for those new to specialty recruitment. This is available to download from the document library.
It is advisable to view the relevant person specification prior to applying.
You may also wish to view data from previous years, including competition ratios.
There are two rounds of recruitment to CT1 programmes starting in August 2018:
- Round 1 opens for applications at 10am on Wednesday 8 November 2017 and closes at 4pm on Thursday 30 November 2017.
- Round 2 dates are not yet available, but will be published in the dates & posts section once confirmed.