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Clinical fellowships

A unique opportunity to advance your skills in cardiothoracic care alongside some of the world’s leading experts


Our clinical fellowships are intense training programmes designed to rapidly advance your career.

They are bite sized in duration and you will learn new skills in cardiothoracic care alongside our experts, including one-to-one mentoring with a selected consultant.


What you will learn

Each clinical fellowship programme is tailored to your development goals and below are some opportunities you could have access to:

  • One-to-one mentoring with one of our world-leading consultants.
  • Participation in clinical rounds and lectures.
  • Your own dedicated programme coordinator.
  • Assist with diagnostic testing, catheter laboratory procedures and surgical procedures in the operating theatre.
  • Integrate with medical research at the Faculty of Medicine at Imperial College London.

 Areas of specialism, include but are not limited to:

  • adult congenital heart disease
  • cardiology
  • cardiac surgery
  • paediatric respiratory medicine
  • respiratory and critical care
  • thoracic surgery.

Entry requirements

Our clinical fellowships are open to those with UK General Medical Council (GMC) registration and all fellowship programmes undertaken at our hospitals must adhere to the standards set out by the GMC.

International applicants can also apply, where their clinical fellowship will be linked to the Medical Training Scheme of the Royal College of Physicians of London.

Our teaching modules include a written component led by a course tutor. There is a minimum English language requirement, currently an IELTS score of 7.5, as fellows will join the training programme for UK residents.

Demand for our clinical fellowships are extremely competitive and places are allocated based on an interview and panel review.

Clinical fellows with GMC registration can find out more information by referring to the Medical Training Initiative Guide provided by The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.

Would you like to know more?

Please get in touch with our team to see how we can support you with clinical fellowships.