We are appointing nine Psychiatry Foundation Fellowships across Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
It will provide an unrivalled opportunity for medical students commencing foundation training in August 2020.
In return, we will support you in your interest in mental health during one of the most challenging times of your career.
These two-year Fellowships are separate from the foundation programme application process.
The Fellowship aims to improve exposure to psychiatry for foundation trainees whilst supporting their interest in mental health.
The College will award benefits worth up to £3000 over two years, providing access to:
- Mentoring - You will be assigned a mentor to give you advice and support over the next two years.
- International Congress - You will be given free registration to attend our International Congress each year over the two years. This includes a formal dinner with College Officers, Faculty members, mentors and other Fellows and bursary holders. A contribution towards accommodation and travel will be given.
- College events - You will be invited to special events to meet senior College Officers and Members.
- Psychiatry related activities - Opportunity to apply for other relevant events and activities with a travel and CPD fund.
- CPD Online - You will be given access to the Royal College of Psychiatrists' eLearning site CPD Online. Over 200 modules and more than 100 podcasts to keep you up to date with new research and best practice psychiatry.
- TrOn - Trainees Online is our online learning resource to support trainee psychiatrists prepare for MRCPsych exams.
- Journal subscriptions - You will be given print copies of the Royal College of Psychiatrists' journals: BJPsych Bulletin, BJPsych Advances, and The British Journal of Psychiatry.
How can I apply?
Applications have now closed.
- Demonstrable interest in mental health and psychiatry as a career.
- Academic excellence, not limited to psychiatry related activities.
We strongly welcome applications from medical students from a widening participation background, or who have entered medical school through a Widening Access to Medicine scheme, as these groups have been traditionally underrepresented at this level.
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend a 20-30 minute panel interview. The panel will include at least one senior representative from the College.
Shortlisted applicants will be invited to an interview to the Devolved Nation you have indicated in your application.
Interviews will be held at following dates and locations (subject to change):
RCPsych in Wales – Monday 23 March 2020 (please note this has been changed from Tuesday 24 March 2020)
Mount Stuart Square
RCPsych in Scotland – Thursday 26 March 2020
12 Queen Street
0131 220 2910
RCPsych in Northern Ireland – Friday 27 March 2020
2 North Queen Street
If you have any queries please contact the College at firstname.lastname@example.org.