Membership of Joint Dental Faculties (MJDF)


The MJDF was introduced in 2007 as a replacement for the MFDS (RCS Eng) and the MFGDP(UK) examinations.  The only way of applying for the MJDF, both in the UK and overseas centres, is to apply online.

As soon as your exam fee has been taken using our online exam-booking facility, you are allocated a place in the examination.  Your exam place will be guaranteed once you have submitted all the necessary documentation to MJDF Exams Department. 

How to Apply Online?

1.    Visit this webpage: http://www.rcseng.ac.uk/exams/apply-online

2.    Select ‘Register as a new candidate’ and proceed to enter your details. Please note, if you have already completed an activity at the RCSEng then we may already hold your registration details.

3.    Once you have successfully registered you will then need to login via the College website and under ‘Account Area’ select ‘Apply for an Exam’. Select the MJDF exam and the venue where you wish to sit the exam and once you have made payment you will be sent a confirmation email.

4.    If you hold and have provided a GDC number you do not need to send in any further documentation.

Please note:
5.    Candidates whose names do not appear in the current UK dentists registry (GDC) must submit evidence (in the form of original documentation or certified copies*) of the following:

(a)    Your primary dental qualification, together with the date of acquisition. The qualification you hold must be referred to on the following website http://avicenna.ku.dk/database/medicine/. If your qualification is not listed on this website you will need to provide a NARIC certificate (more information is available on https://www.naric.org.uk/naric/)

(b)    Registration document

* Copies of letters and certificates will only be accepted if they have been verified as a true copy. Attested copies must bear an original signature and official stamp (e.g. hospital stamp, university stamp, public notary stamp). Official English translations from a translation agency will be required for stamps or certificates that are not in English.

Please post the evidence to the following address:
 


MJDF Examinations Department
The Royal College of Surgeons of England
35-43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields
London
WC2A 3PE
United Kingdom


6.    Candidates must bring their current passport or a British driving licence to the examination. If you are not in a position to provide these you must produce an official document with your name, signature and a current photograph. If you do not provide some form of photographic identification, as detailed above, you may not be admitted to the examination.

Please note:
We no longer accept paper applications.
Applications must be received by the closing date stated on the MJDF website.  Late applications will not be processed.

When are the Examinations?
UK and overseas diets of the MJDF examination will normally take place as follows:
•    Part 1: End of March/beginning of April and end of September/beginning of October each year
•    Part 2: End of May/beginning of June and (late) November/each year
 
Fees

The fees for each part of the MJDF are as follows:

Examination Name

Examination Date

Examination Deadline

Fees

MJDF

Part I

4/4/2017

19/2/2017

MJDF Part I Fee: £522

Local Fee: MYR750

3/10/2017

21/8/2017

Part II

24/8/2017 – 25/8/2017

25/6/2017

MJDF Part II Fee: £660

Local Fee: MYR1000


Candidates must pay the local administration fee by posting a cheque or a bank draft payable to “BENDAHARI UNIVERSITI MALAYA” to the Kuala Lumpur centre by the closing date.


Related links:
https://www.rcseng.ac.uk/education-and-exams/exams/search/mjdf-part-1/
https://www.rcseng.ac.uk/education-and-exams/exams/search/mjdf-part-2/