• Call for Applications for Foundation Programme starting July 2019

    The Call for applications for the Position of House Officer (Foundation Doctor) in the Ministry for Health of the Government of Malta starting July 2019 is now published and may be veiwed ...

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    2018-10-01

  • Timeline 2019

    The Timeline for the Malta Foundation Programme July 2019 recruitment intake has been issued and may be viewed here.

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    2018-08-16

  • Renewal of affiliation

    On 20th March 2018, Professor Russel Smith Post-graduate Dean and Co-Chair, Health Education England, in a letter to Malta Foundation School Directors Professor Kevin Cassar and Dr Tonio Piscopo, communicated… ...

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    2018-04-12

  • Timeline 2018

    The expected Timeline for entry into the Foundation Programme 2018 has been issued and can be found here.

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    2017-08-28

Situational Judgement and Clinical Test

The Situational Judgement and Clinical Test (SJCT) is a written test which is used to assess and rank applicants to the Malta Foundation Programme.

The test consists of 60 questions to be completed in 2 hours and 20 minutes. It is split into 2 sections.

Section A contains Situational Judgement questions. There are 30 questions in this section. These are of the Ranking question type (rank in order of appropriateness of response to the situation) and of the Multiple Choice questions (MCQ) type (choose 3 responses from 8, which when done together, best address the situation).

Section B contains Clinical questions. There are 30 questions in this section. The questions are of the Multiple Choice Question type (choose 3 responses from 8, which when done together, best address the situation), and MCQ type (True/False) type (5 responses to a question stem have to be classified as true or false).

Further details will be issued to eligible applicants after close of the Call for Applications.

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