• Results of recruitment process for 2023 intake

    The Ministry of Health has issued the results of the recruitment process today. Applicants who are overseas can access the results by sending an email to Ms Danica Gauci on danica.gauci@gov.mt citing… ...

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  • Call for applications issued

    The Call for applications for entry into the Malta Foundation Programme starting July 2022 has been published. Full details may be found here.


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  • Recruitment FP 2022

    The Call for applications for the Malta Foundation Programme starting July 2022 will be published very soon. Please follow this website very closely for updates.


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  • Recruitment FP 2021-UPDATE 11/10/20

    Details on the expected Situational Clinical Judgement Assessment are now provided. Please visit the Interview page here for further details. 


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Recruitment timeline 2023


The expected Timeline for Recruitment into the Malta Foundation Programme starting July 2023 is shown below. The Malta Foundation School will work hard to make sure that any changes which are beyond its control are kept to the minimum.

This year the Situational Judgement and Clinical Test will again NOT be held. A Clinical assessment during the interview will be held instead. The Selection Board will direct further closer to date.

Please keep following this website very closely if you are interested.




The  Malta Foundation Programme (MFP) is affiliated to the United Kingdom Foundation Programme.  As a result, the MFP is bound to streamline its recruitment process to  that of the United Kingdom Foundation Programme Office (UKFPO), and  conform to its rules and regulations.

Those applicants who accept their post on the Malta  Foundation Programme will be notified to the UKFPO prior to allocation of applicants to programmes by the UKFPO so that these applicants are withdrawn from the UK FP Allocation system. 

Applicants who are successful and accept the Malta Foundation Programme post will not advance further in the  UKFPO allocation process.

Applicants who are successful but decline the  Malta Foundation Programme post will not retain their position in the  Malta Foundation Programme.

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