Hi, there! Please introduce yourself!

Hello everyone!
Im Jouba from Morroco, I just graduated on last september as a medical doctor from my university (UIASS) in Rabat. I decided to take the UK pathway to continue my medical speciality. Im so grateful for this good opportunity, to be part of this community :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:. I want to thank Dr Ibreez & Dr Ibrahim for all their efforts and hardwork to help us as IMGs to achieve our goals in the easiest way.
I see myself in 5 years as a doctor in the NHS, in my third year of specialisation on obs&gyn or aesthetics… (I didn’t decide yet), married with an other IMG maybe, living a happy life in Manchester or any other town in England.
I wish you all a good fortune and a lot of success.


hello everyone!
My name is CHARU KALRA and I am from India. I have done my postgraduation in Pediatrics in India(DNB pediatrics) in 2012. I have been into private practice since 10years in India but now I wish to settle in UK (as my husband is planning to work in UK , he is registered with GMC & wish to take up FRCA 2). I am highly confused on to wear to start with and which pathway to follow. I am glad that I have found an online space like this to answer my queries.
looking forward to enhancing my knowledge on PLAB /MRCPCH /MTI etc. and help other students who wish to work in UK.


Hi, everyone! It´s a pleasure to share this space with you.
I am a final year medical student in Argentina, and of course, I have decided to practice medicine in UK. I can´t thank Dr Ibrahim and Dr Ibreez enough for all the useful infromation they share with us, I promised my self to give them a present as soon as I get to UK :grin:

I am going trough the UKFP pathway and I have already gathered tons of information, so I would be happy to help other IMGs. :grinning:

Congratulations on the forum :partying_face: :tada: :confetti_ball:, It´s great. Good luck and my best wishes for all the IMGs fighting their way to UK.


Hello everyone!!!

I am Shreeram Sankar S R. I am an ophthalmologist, currently working in India. I completed my DNB in Ophthalmology last year and have been working in a private setup for the past 5 months. I stumbled upon your videos, while looking for information about moving to UK. I found the videos informative. I wanted to join this forum so that I can get to know a lot about the opportunities available in the UK.

Good luck to everyone.

Thank you!


Hi there!
My name is Jhonny and I’m a bengali student currently studying Medicine in Italy. I’m 23 years old and my goal is to come to work in the NHS after my graduation.
I already know that I want to become a surgeon, but i don’t know in wich field and for this reason I think the experience in hospital will help me. I’ve seen many of your video on youtube and I found them very useful.
I’m not scared to come to UK, but i think that learning the medical/scientific English will be a tough challange. Hope i reach my goals!



I’m Dr. Rohit Amale from India. After MBBS I completed DTCD (Diploma in Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases) and DNB (Diplomate of National Board) Pulmonary Medicine. Currently I’m working as a Respiratory Medicine consultant in my city in India.

I want to know about various ways of entering in the UK in the department of Respiratory Medicine.

Can anyone communicate with me directly on - dr.rohitamale@gmail.com?


Hi, everyone!
I’m Chathurangi I work as a medical officer in Sri Lanka just after completing my internship. Currently looking through the process of sitting for the PLAB and to continue of post graduation studies.Nice to meet you all!!


Welcome here!

Please cruise through the different categories and topics already posted and see if you can help put in anything and also create a new topic in the category that you think you need answer to.

Welcome, again.



I am Farah Anwar. I have just taken my final year MBBS exams at Dow University of Health Sciences here in Pakistan. Our result is due in a weeks time. I haven’t really decided on a specialty yet so can’t say which. I just recently got to know about this forum and I feel like it is the best place to get all my questions answered. I have a couples of question. I will be posting those in the respective categories. Looking forward to some great help in the future.



Hola Dany, mucho gusto! igual soy de Mexico, de Baja California. Termine mi SS en Feb 2021.
Estoy empezando todo este proceso, parece que tu eres toda una experta!
Avisame si algun dia tienes oportunidad de platicar :slight_smile:


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Hola Enrique, con mucho gusto! :hugs: Tienes la opción de crear un post público o mandarme mensaje personal si haces click en mi perfil.

Bienvenido al forum :sparkles:

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No me sale la opcion de mandarte mensaje jaja no se porque, tu puedes intentarlo?
Creo que es algo de que no tenemos interaccion como 1 a 1 o algo asi no me deja

Gracias :smiley:

Hey guys, my name is Alejandro. I got my medical degree from the UV. I’ve been following Dr Ibrahim and Ibreez since years ago in order to know the available pathways to UK medical practice and recidency programs. I’ve decided to apply for the PLAB after getting ENARM test approved. I’m gad to see other mexicans looking to emmigrate and look for their dreams.

I’d like to keep contact with you and any other mexican guys in the process, so we could help each other with relevant information around the process, the plab test, GMC registration and so on.



Hi all!

I am Tasneem. I am a final year medical student in Saudi Arabia. It’s been an honour to be able to join the RoadtoUK team. I really hope I can learn a lot and give back to the community of people here. I enjoy educating people and helping them find what they are looking for.

I hope to enter surgical training in the UK with Urology as my sub-speciality. I spent about 2 months in Urology and I knew I could see myself in it. I was very lucky to have excellent supervising doctors. I hope to expand my vision and get a taste of Urology in the UK as well. Coming September, I will be spending a couple of months in Addenbrooke’s as part of my clinical training as a Student Doctor. I am very much looking forward to that.

I hope my experiences and personal journey inspire someone and give a good amount of insight one might need.


Hi everyone,
Yiadom Boakye Adu here, a final year medical student of Ternopil National Medical University, Ukraine. I’ve always envisioned myself becoming a surgeon, however along the line a very dear cousin of mine passed away from Aortic dissection, a condition that could’ve probably been handled had there been a single surgeon in the hospital. Even though I was extremely shaken up by his demise, Right that minute that figment of my imagination became clearer and eventually it drove me into medical school.
And because I knew where I wanted to be and the specialty I wanted to pursue in future, right from first year I started attending career programs, meeting like minded students and most frequently picking their brains on issues pertaining to specialty programs and the best countries to practice in. Along the line, a friend introduced to me ROAD TO THE UK forum, instantly, I followed them on all social media platforms and truly it has been a revelation. As a matter of fact, I can confidently say there’s no better portal or forum other than “ROAD TO THE UK” to assist and elaborate on the steps to securing a job in the NHS.


Hello everyone, My name is Shamia Chowdhury, a 6th year medical student studying in China and about myself, I have a keen interest in Pediatrics because in my opinion, Children deserve the most care and affection. Moreover, they makeup 27% of the world population.
Otherwise, my other interests are Dermatology and General Surgery.
Finally, in 5 years time I would like to see myself work full-time in the NHS.


Hi everyone!
I am Oluwabunmi. I am currently in my 5th year of medical school in Nigeria. It would be a dream come true when I get to work in the NHS in a few years.

I believe being in this forum is an opportunity to meet new people from diverse countries but yet with the same dreams and aspirations as mine and to share our experiences, difficulties and achievements.

It is a no-brainer that I have a special interest in furthering my medical career in the UK. I am sure to a reasonable degree that I would love to get into Obstetrics and Gynaecology training in the UK.

I came across the Road to UK YouTube channel during the pandemic in 2020 as I was doing my findings on how to get into medical training in the UK. I must say that Dr Ibrahim and Dr Ibreez are doing such an excellent job with helping IMGs.

I look forward to being part of the Road to UK team as the ambassador of Nigeria next year.

Thank you for taking your time to get to know me. I would love to hear about your stories as well!


Hello! Hola! Bonjour! I am so excited to be apart of this worldwide forum. My name is Trishell Brown, final year medical student and 2022 Road to UK Ambassador. I represent the beautiful island of Jamaica :jamaica:
I aspire to become a Pediatric Oncologist and in 5 years I hope to be in speciality training for this in the United Kingdom.


Hello and Assalamu Alaikum Everyone,

I’m Tonmoy Chowdhury currently a final year MBBS Student studying at Rangamati Medical College, Bangladesh.

First of all, Thank You So Much Road To UK, @ibrahimivan bhai and @Ibreez apu for giving me the opportunity to work under your precious guidance. Thanks again for helping a huge number of PLAB aspirants around the world to chase their dreams.

As a dreamer, I would like to be a Cardio-Thoracic Surgeon one day. In 5 years, I would like to work at NHS and helping people in every possible mannner. Also I would like to enjoy my holidays with my family in Norway watching the Northern lights and Mid Night Sun. Although, I have a million miles to go and hundreds of dreams to fulfil still there are a lot of dreams that you wanna cherish everyday.

Apart from all these things, I am planning to seat for my IELTS on November, 2022.

I am privileged to see so many good souls in one large platform like Road To UK helping one another to achieve one common Goal…NHS, UK.



Hello everybody!

My name is Gabriela Forero, and I’m a final year medical student from Bogotá, Colombia. I’ve been following RoadToUK since 2019, and I’m honestly very happy to be able to get to be an ambassador.
I am very much looking forward to working in paeds, especially in nephrology. I love children and working with them is such a privilege. Hopefully in 5 years I’ll be a paediatric trainee in the NHS, so fingers crossed.

It has been lovely to read your intros!