This page contains information on the level of English language skills which CT1 applicants will require, along with guidance on the various methods of demonstrating achievement of this.
The CT1 person specifications state: 'All candidates must have demonstrable skills in written and spoken English adequate to enable effective communication about medical topics with patients and colleagues'
Undergraduate medical training completed in English
If your undergraduate medical training was undertaken in English, providing evidence is quite straightforward.
In this case, information should be provided as below:
On your application: under 'language skills' on the eligibility page, answer 'yes' to undergraduate training taken in English.
At interview: provide evidence of your undergraduate medical training (which you will be required to do anyway).
Undergraduate medical training not completed in English
If your undergraduate medical training was not completed in English, you will need to provide evidence of your English language skills.
Information on how to demonstrate this can be found on the following pages.