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RCOG World Congress 2024 will be an in-person event, taking place in Muscat at the premier meetings and conference venue, Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre

Transforming women’s healthcare through global collaboration 

We listened to feedback from delegates and are pleased to return to a fully in-person Congress, putting networking of the global O&G community at the heart of the event.  

Last year’s event featured 40% of delegates attending for the first time, with half of all delegates coming from outside the UK. Global specialists attended from over 90 different countries, making Congress a truly inclusive global event. 

Why attend?

World Congress offers global healthcare professionals working in women’s health unique opportunities: 

  • Share the latest innovation and developments in women’s health 
  • Network and collaborate with colleagues from across the world 
  • Hear from a unique programme of global experts  
  • Meet old friends and make new connections  
  • Discover new research through submitted abstracts 

Why Oman?  

The RCOG is a global organisation, with around half our members outside of the UK. The World Congress is an opportunity to bring colleagues from many different countries together to share the latest scientific thinking, and to participate in discussion and debate.

To advocate for, and have the biggest possible impact on, improving the lives of women and girls across the globe it is important the College holds this annual event in different countries to reflect our global membership.

Whether you have previously attended or will join for the first time, Muscat offers the perfect setting to expand your professional network, gain fresh perspectives and boost your knowledge across the O&G specialty.

Amidst the picturesque landscapes and cultural richness of Oman, every moment promises the potential for discovery and growth.

What does my registration fee include? 

  • Full three-day programme with over 60 hours of CPD content 
  • Six months post event access to all* content via our state-of-the-art virtual platform to suit your flexible learning needs
  • Access to a state-of-the-art convention and exhibition centre located in the heart of Muscat, Oman 
  • Opening ceremony with entertainment followed by a drinks reception for all delegates 
  • Admission to all sessions, the exhibition area, the poster area and the opening ceremony/closing session 
  • Lunch and refreshments across all three days 
  • Congress pocket programme 
  • Access to the exclusive Congress app 

*Subject to speaker permission

Registration fees


Early bird | Bookings up to Monday 15 July 2024

Standard | Bookings from Tuesday 16 July to Thursday 10 October 2024

Onsite | Bookings from Tuesday 15 to Thursday 17 October 2024

Consultant UK




Consultant (Band A)








Low-resource country (Band B)




Low-resource country (Band C)




Medical student




Midwives and allied healthcare professionals




You can find all RCOG country bandings here.

  • Consultant UK: Specialist GP, SAS Doctor
  • Consultant Band A: Consultant practicing in a Band A country
  • Trainee: Specialist Trainee, House Officer, Medical Officer, Foundation Year Doctor, PhD Student, Clinical Fellow. To qualify for the Trainee rate, you must upload a proof that you are a Trainee at a recognised educational institution.
  • Low-resource country – Band B: Anyone practising in a Band B country listed here is eligible for the Band B low-resource country delegate rate. You are not eligible if you are originally from one of these countries but now practising elsewhere. In this case, you must select the economic country band applicable to where you are currently practicing.
  • Low-resource country – Band C: Anyone practising in a Band C country listed here is eligible for the Band C low-resource country delegate rate. You are not eligible if you are originally from one of these countries but now practising elsewhere. In this case, you must select the economic country band applicable to where you are currently practicing.
  • Midwife and allied health professional: an official document stating your position, signed by the head of department.
  • Medical student: To register as a student, a proof of eligibility (copy of student ID or an official letter from the university confirming that they are a student at the time of registration and for the duration of the congress) is required and must be uploaded during the registration process directly on the platform.
  • Press: To register as press, you need to upload your official press card.

Can I register a group of delegates?

Group registrations will be accepted for a minimum of 10 participants. Please contact for further information. The deadline for group bookings is Friday 4 October 2024. After the group registration deadline, registrations are only possible on-site. See terms and conditions

Terms and conditions and cancellation and refunds 

See the full details of terms and conditions here and data processing consent here.


You can also find out more about registration and at the event information on our FAQ page here.

Key dates

Extended abstract submission deadline

Monday 15 April 2024 23:59 UK time

Abstract author notifications

Friday 14 June 2024

Early bird registration deadline

Monday 15 July 2024

ePoster submission deadline

Tuesday 1 October 2024

RCOG World Congress

Tuesday 15 - Thursday 17 October 2024

Please always use the official RCOG World Congress website for registrations, abstract submissions or travel recommendations. Be aware that there are unofficial websites in circulation who the RCOG has no affiliation with and the RCOG cannot honour any bookings made through these websites.