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Welcome to the International School of Surgery

Welcome to the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (RCSEd) International School of Surgery (ISS). The ISS is the international office of RCSEd, designed to co-ordinate and develop our portfolio of international activities. The ISS represents a landmark in the development of RCSEd’s international strategy, enhancing our ability to support our Fellows, Members, Affiliates and partner organisations worldwide. We hope you enjoy exploring the ISS website where you can find out more about the international work of RCSEd and how the RCSEd can support you at every stage in your career.

RCSEd Webinar

New Cardiothoracic Webinar

RCSEd is proud to announce another in a series of cardiothoracic webinars on the topic of lung cancer surgery. The webinar will take place on 24 July 2017.

Diplomas awarded in July 2017

Diplomas awarded in July 2017

Professor Eric Dierks, Professor Jonathon Serpell, Mr Philip G Truskett and Mr Kok Meng John Chan were all awarded diplomas at the RCSEd ceremony in July.


Latest ISS News

19 July 2017

Diplomas awarded in July 2017

The July diploma ceremony is always a busy one with people taking advantage of the good weather to see the College at its best. This year wa…


19 June 2017

USA College International Guest Scholarships

The American College of Surgeons offers two scholarship schemes for non-US or Canada surgeons wishing to travel to the USA for the American …


1 June 2017

Global Citizenship Report launches

In collaboration with a number of health education organisations, Royal Colleges, and local health boards in Scotland, the Royal College of …


Upcoming System Maintenance & Network Disruption

Due to essential systems maintenance and upgrades there will be intermittent interruptions to some on-line services on Saturday 27th of February. There will be further interruption to some core services on Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd of March.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.