This section will provide information about our Specialty Training programmes and the key information you need to know about studying this programme in Wales.
A career in Academic Medicine and Dentistry offers a mix of clinical medicine, research and teaching.
The Welsh School of Anaesthesia has responsibility for the organisation and delivery of core and specialist training in anaesthesia in Wales.
Emergency Medicine is a rapidly evolving specialty which attracts individuals who thrive on challenge and variety.
Intensive care medicine
Intensive care medicine is a dynamic and exciting specialty, attracting doctors who are enthusiastic about providing care to the sickest patients in the hospital.
Medicine is a specialty that offers an incredibly diverse range of training opportunities.
Obstetrics and gynaecology
Training in O&G requires a minimum of seven years of specialty training (ST1–ST7), to be completed following the two years of foundation training.
Paediatrics and child health
The School of Paediatrics is committed to ensuring that Wales offers a high quality, curriculum driven, sustainable training programme with the aim of producing paediatricians of the highest calibre who will deliver the best possible care for children and their families.
The Specialty Training School of Pathology has responsibility for the organisation and delivery of specialist training in histopathology (with sub-specialties of forensic pathology, paediatric pathology and neuropathology), medical microbiology/virology and medical biochemistry (including the sub-specialty of metabolic medicine) in Wales.
The School of Psychiatry is committed to ensuring that Wales offers a high quality, curriculum driven, sustainable training programme with the aim of producing psychiatrists of the highest calibre who will deliver the best possible care for their patients.
Public health offers the chance to get involved in the wider context of health, policy and community engagement.
Radiology lies at the heart of hospital activity and provides accurate and timely support to virtually every other clinical specialty.
The Wales School for Surgery is responsible for core training in Wales and higher surgical training across ten specialties.