National Selection Subspecialties Applications


Timeline and Applications

Please note: Applications for 2020 entry to ALL Subspecialties are now CLOSED.
Application information will be available as of 1 August 2019
Applications will reopen for 2021 entry on 1 October 2019 .

Additional information



The five Subspecialty Committees advertise annually for the National Selection Process in both the RANZCOG Collegiate and O&G Magazine from August – February. 

The subspecialty training programs lead to certification as a subspecialist in one of the following:

  • Gynaecological Oncology (CGO)
  • Maternal Fetal Medicine (CMFM)
  • Obstetrical and Gynaecological Ultrasound (COGU)
  • Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (CREI)
  • Urogynaecology (CU)

Prospective subspecialties trainees must apply through the annual National Selection Process (NSP) for eligibility to enter the individual subspecialty training program.  Successful candidates are then responsible for obtaining their own position in an accredited training unit.

Selection Criteria


All applicants are assessed against the following selection criteria.  Please refer to the Information for Applicants documents above for further detail.

  • Educational History

  • Employment History

  • Professional Development and Commitment to the Subspecialty

  • Teaching and Leadership Experience

  • Research, Publications and Presentations

  • References

  • Subspecialty-specific elements

More information

For futher information on RANZCOG Subspecialty pathways, contact the relevant training program:
CGO [email protected]        
CMFM [email protected]
COGU [email protected]
CREI [email protected]
CU [email protected]




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