The European Board of Paediatrics examination assesses the basic knowledge needed to underpin paediatric training. It is as an exam for trainees who have completed at least 30-36 months of training in a recognized training program in Paediatrics, but who have not necessarily progressed to ’specialist’ training. However, it will also serve as an assessment of knowledge for trainees near the end of their training, or as an assessment of continuing knowledge for fully qualified paediatricians. It has been developed in collaboration with CESMA and the UEMS. Both have endorsed the exam.
The Next EAP|EBP Examination
will be held online on Tuesday, 21 November 2023.
The closing date for applications is Tuesday, 31 October 2023.
Please note that the application will not be processed until all documents required are uploaded.
If you are a trainee: upload attestation (for example, a letter from the Training Director or Clinical Director of the Paediatric Department stating your position or trainee status).
If you are a fully qualified paediatrician: upload a diploma in paediatrics or a letter from your working institution.
A passport will be required for proof of identity when sitting the exam. The applicant name must match the passport name as this will be used as proof of identity for the exam.
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EXAM PROCTORING – YOUR ONLINE INVIGILATOR
During the ONLINE exam, ProctorU, an expert in remote exam invigilation, will actively monitor the exam session. The invigilator ensures smooth progress and assists with technical issues while monitoring the exam. Please note that your camera and microphone must remain active throughout the exam, and your awareness and consent for monitoring are crucial. This requirement aligns with GDPR guidelines, ensuring data protection. All exam applicants should be aware of and agree to this necessity.
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Exam FEES & APPLYING
Paediatric trainees in European* centres
Paediatric trainees in overseas centres
Fully qualified Paediatricians
For group rates, please reach out to the EBP-EAP Exam Secretariaty today.
Group rates are available to academic institutions or EAP National Societies.
If your institution/society has more than 10 candidates interested in the course, contact the EBP-EAP Exam section now.
Paediatricians training in Europe, in low or low-middle income countries, as defined by the World Bank, are entitled to a further 25% reduction. Currently this would include the Kyrgyz Republic, Moldova, Tajikistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
If for any reason the exam should be postponed or cancelled, a full refund would be offered to all those who have registered by the closing date.