1. Medical Practitioners
- General practitioners, family medicine physicians and other Singapore Medical Council-registered specialists
- Hold a primary medical qualification endorsed by the Singapore Medical Council
- Hold a primary overseas medical qualification endorsed by the relevant medical council in your country
- Doctors with conditional or temporary registration
2. Non-Medical Practitioners
- Allied health professionals with relevant health-related qualifications from a recognised institution
- Professional qualification that is endorsed by a professional council/association/board pertaining to the professional qualification in the country of origin.
- Be a member of the professional council/association/board pertaining to your professional qualification in the country of origin.
- Applications will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
Note: The primary aim of the SMTC is for participants to acquire knowledge in injury management and other specialist topics related to the practice of Sports Medicine. Participants receive a certificate of completion at the end of the programme. The SMTC DOES NOT qualify participants as Sports Medicine practitioners, experts, or specialists in any form or manner. Participants who complete the programme are NOT entitled to make any claims or suggestions in any form that that they are qualified Sports Medicine practitioners, experts or specialists.
The SMTC is designed to be a CME programme that does not confer any formal qualification or competency in Sports Medicine. Completion of the programme confers recognition for participation only. The curriculum only comprises theoretical content of sports medicine, delivered online through pre-recorded lectures, without any practical skill component, such as physical examination of sport injuries and knee injection. Participants are not to claim qualification or competency in Sports Medicine practice upon completion of the programme.
Singaporeans and Singapore PRs may be eligible for the following subsidies:
|||SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG)|
|Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy (MCES)*|
|Eligibility ||Singaporeans / Singapore PRs||Singaporeans aged 40 and above|
|Type of subsidy||Up to 70% of course fee funding|
Nett course fee: S$1,091.40
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|Up to 90% of course fee funding|
Nett course fee: S$411.40
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1. The above subsidies apply to self-sponsored and company-sponsored participants.
2. The above fees are applicable based on government tax of 7%. For payment received after 31 December 2022, the applicant will be re-invoiced based on government tax of 8%.)
3. Participants are required to email to firstname.lastname@example.org the proof of bank transfer for the fee payment.
4. Participants can use the SkillsFuture credits to offset the above course fees, i.e. $1,091.40 - $1,000 (SkillsFuture Credits) = $91.40 (balance fee payable) or $411.40 -$411.40 (SkillsFuture Credits) = $0 (no balance fee payable). Participants are required to email to email@example.com the approval screenshot of the SkillsFuture credits application and proof of bank transfer for the balance payment (if any).
Singapore Citizens are eligible for SkillsFuture Credit.
- Bachelor's degree certificate (soft copy)
- Curriculum vitae with details of working experience / postings including a passport-size photo
- Photocopy of NRIC / Employment Pass (front and back)
- SMC practising certificate (for medical practitioners only)
- AHPC practising certificate (for allied health professionals only)
18 non-core CME points will be awarded to Singapore Medical Council-registered doctors who have successfully completed the programme.
Students, who are admitted to the programme must write in to the School at gradprog_LKCMedicine@ntu.edu.sg, stating the reasons for the withdrawal to formally withdraw from the programme. However, there will be no refund of the course fee.
For enquiries, contact the Graduate Programmes Office at (65) 6904 2067 / (65) 6904 2068 / (65) 6514 1500 or email gradprog_LKCMedicine@ntu.edu.sg.