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Apply for Specialty Training (ST3) in Scotland

Scotland - the home of medical excellence

Over 50 GMC-approved medical training specialties to choose from

World-class medical training and a huge variety of Specialist openings across Scotland's 14 NHS Boards.

Live and work in a modern, diverse and beautiful country.

'Round 2' Specialty Training deadline 9th March 2016. Find out more

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Specialty

Hospital Specialty

Find all the information you need to apply for a place in a Hospital Specialty Training Programme. Search over 50 recognised specialties and find details of the specialty programmes in each area.

General Practice

GP Specialty

Scotland is a great place to train to be a GP with hundreds of training posts available across the country from its capital Edinburgh to the Isle of Shetland. We have it all!

Living in Scotland

Living in Scotland

Scotland offers an outstanding quality of life. Our cities combine architectural splendour with a vibrant and contemporary culture and are in close proximity to Scotland’s great outdoors.

Medical Careers in Scotland

Scotland’s healthcare sector is progressive, well-resourced and highly diverse, offering medical practitioners an exceptionally wide and rewarding range of career possibilities from hospital specialties to GP to academic and research.

Recruitment

Find all the information you need to apply for medical training posts.

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