By becoming an Overseas Fellow of the RSM, we will provide you with access to a useful range of online resources and membership benefits to help support throughout your medical career, plus you will become a valued part of our network of medical students, trainees, consultants and senior medical professionals.
On this page, you can find out more about the range of educational and social benefits we offer as well as the eligibility criteria and how to become a member.
The annual cost of Overseas Fellowship is £260 and is open to those who hold a UK recognised medical, dental or veterinary qualification and are resident outside the UK, and there is a £85 joining fee when you first apply.
An extensive range of online educational material:
Lectures from key RSM meetings are available online:
When visiting the UK, enjoy the RSM's superb Club facilities in the heart of London's West End:
The RSM has negotiated reciprocal club arrangements with a number of overseas clubs for members when travelling overseas. Including clubs in:
The RSM runs one of the most extensive programmes of educational conferences in the UK – nearly all with CPD accreditation:
Home to one of the largest medical libraries in the world:
The price of Overseas Fellowship is £260 and open to those who hold a UK recognised medical, dental or veterinary qualification and are a resident outside the UK (not including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man). Fellows residing in the Republic of Ireland can apply as an Overseas Fellow.
VAT on some elements* of RSM membership subscription rates is applicable for EU countries outside the UK. Please contact email@example.com to find out the appropriate rate for your membership subscription if living in the EU as rates vary by country.
*VAT based on access to the RSM’s electronic library and learning resources
Contact the membership team for further information and advice
T: +44(0)20 7290 2991
Open Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm
The Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street, London W1G 0AE
“The RSM is a wonderful institution and I am a 3rd generation member. It is a fantastic resource for me on frequent visits to London from Australia.”
Professor Dorothy Keefe, Overseas Fellow
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