The registration of the system would cost you 100 EGP. You can pay any day before the exam at
Account Name: الجمعية العلمية لطلاب طب القصر العيني
Account No. : 143/1/15294 – Misr Banque
Late registration (120 EGP) can be done next to the written exam session place.
You have to show the receipt for the registration fees to enter the exam.
Also, you need to prepare all your required documents in advance. Before you enter the exam.
The list of required documents that have to be present within 2 days from accepting the contract:
1- Passport copy
First page of the passport (new form) or the first 9 pages (old form); including any pages among the passport that have Visas or official stamps. The passport has to be valid for at least six months at the time of the clerkship.
2- A passport size photo
A photo of yourself “your face”, in the size used in your passport.
3- A Language certificate in case you have any.
You will probably have the Cambridge certificate if you have the IG certificate. In case you don’t have any, there’s no problem.
4- A curriculum vitae (CV) of yourself.
Including the following: Name, age, year of study, sex, date of birth, telephone number, mobile phone, E-mail, address, citizenship, marital status, languages spoken, professional qualifications or events attended, and any training attended.
5- Certificate of enrollment (Shehadet Kaid)
In English, to be presented to the SSS
If you win a contract, you will have to present extra required documents as stated in the exchange
conditions of your desired country. For example, Health and Travel insurance,
Vaccinations, and any other documents.
Please note that late or incomplete required documents will immediately rule you out of the program.
Unfortunately we don’t have an unlimited number of chances for every student. So, we have to make a fair selection of the students we see eligible enough to take the chance. After you finish filling in the online application form, you will pass through 2 steps of examination. These are: an oral exam, which will help us estimate your language, communication skills and personality; and a written exam to assess your language skills, general knowledge, medical experience, and even your IQ.
Remember, when you travel abroad, you represent Egypt, Kasr Al Ainy, the SSS, and needless to say, yourself.