The expected Timeline for Recruitment into the Malta Foundation Programme starting July 2021 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.
** UPDATED 14/02/21: IT IS EXPECTED THAT SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL BE ASKED TO CONFIRM THEIR INTENTION TO TAKE UP THE POST WITHIN THE MALTA FOUNDATION PROGRAMME JULY 2021 WITHIN THE WEEK OF 22ND FEBRUARY 2021. **
More details on Recruitment 2021 may be found here.
NB: In view of the unpredictable COVID-19 situation, this year the Situational Judgement and Clinical Test will NOT be held. A Clinical assessment during the interview may be held instead. The Selection Board will direct further closer to date.
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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.
Until 2012, applicants to both UKFPO and MFP could decline allocated UKFPO posts after accepting to join the Malta Foundation Programme. This led to late withdrawals from the UK allocation process. In 2013 in agreement with the UKFPO, the Malta Foundation School changed the Timeline so that the names of 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will be notified to the UKFPO prior to allocation of applicants to programmes by the UKFPO for these applicants to be withdrawn from the UK FPAS. 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.