Urogynaecology

Entry Requirements

Total Training Time

3 years (full-time) subspeciality training

  • Training must be undertaken in a minimum of 2 training units
  • Minimum of 2 years (full-time) training required to be completed in Australia and/or New Zealand

How to apply for a specialist training position in Urogynaecology

  • Fellows and FRANZCOG trainees who wish to apply via the annual Subspecialties National Selection process for entry into the RANZCOG subspecialty training program;
  • Fellows and FRANZCOG trainees who wish to apply via the annual Subspecialties National Selection process for entry into the RANZCOG subspecialty training program;
  • Suitably qualified international subspecialists who wish to be assessed for comparability to an Australian or New Zealand trained subspecialist, with a view to practising as a subspecialist in Australia and New Zealand; and
  • International specialists and subspecialists wishing to undertake further training in a subspecialty.

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