I am writing here from the bottom of my heart to express my deepest gratitude towards the BAPIO Training Academy (BTA) for their invaluable support and guidance in helping me achieve my dream of immigrating to the UK as a doctor.
As an aspiring medical professional from India, I had always dreamt of pursuing my career in the UK. However, the process of immigration and obtaining a medical license in the UK can be quite daunting and overwhelming. That’s when I came across BTA, and I must say that it was a turning point in my life.
BTA provided me with a wealth of resources and support, including guidance on the immigration process, assistance with job applications, and mentorship from experienced doctors. They also helped me to connect with other medical professionals and provided me with opportunities to attend the induction programme.
Thanks to the support and guidance of BTA, I was able to navigate the complex process of immigration and obtain my medical license in the UK. I am now working as a doctor in the UK, and I owe a great deal of my success to BTA.
I highly recommend BTA to any aspiring medical professional who is looking to immigrate to the UK. Their support and guidance are invaluable, and I am truly grateful for everything they have done for me.
Thank you, BTA, for helping me achieve my dream.
I was always passionate about paediatrics. So when I completed my residency in Paediatrics and Neonatology I was eager to look for opportunities to expand my horizons, develop new skills and gain experience. I wrestled with the idea of going abroad for quite some time until I came across BTA. Just after the first consultation I was convinced that NHS is the way to go. My fiancé also a paediatrician jumped the wagon and we both were excited at the possibility of finding a job in UK. But that was honestly a bit far fetched.
We were looking for 2 job placements at the same attachment with just a MD. Not having our MRCPCH for quite a hurdle too. But through Dr Pallavi, BTA associate in India, we came across an exciting job opportunity. Then began our journey where Dr Parag, Dr Vineet both consultants in the UK along with other BTA fellows helped us prep for the interview.
It was definitely tough but the joy when we got to know we both had cracked it was something else. Honestly, a lot of credit goes to the BTA team because we found a ST 4 equivalent job in the same hospital. The best part was they continued to support us in different ways even after we secured a job. Be it watching induction videos or getting GMC registration or help with accommodation the team was accessible and profoundly involved in getting us there.
I don’t think going to the UK for a NHS job corresponding to our qualification level would have been possible without BTA. Me and my husband Dr Pulkit are really thankful for this opportunity.