Trainees who have been officially allocated by their Faculty to a training position overseas, principally in the UK, Ireland or Singapore, or who have been awarded a Fellowship to undertake a research year at the Oxford Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK or St John’s Hospital for Diseases of the Skin, London, UK, are entitled to a once only relocation allowance paid by the College.
In the case of the positions in the UK and Ireland the allowance is $5,000; and in the case of Singapore the allowance is $3,000.
Trainees who have been appointed to these overseas positions, should download the accompanying claim form and submit it to the College for payment of the allowance. To download the claim form click here.
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