EBP exam

Online - Tuesday 22 November 2022

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 2-3 years basic training, 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 established 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 22nd November 2022.

The closing date for applications is Monday 31st October 2022.

Please note that the application will not be processed until the letter of support from your training/working institution and your medical degree certificate has been uploaded.

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.

QUERIES

If you have any questions please contact us on ebpexam@eapaediatrics.eu.

Exam FEES & APPLYING

 

*Europe includes all 51 states as defined here.

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.

**Please note that group rates and EAP National Society rate are only applicable after prior arrangement with the EBP Exam Section. If your institution has more than 10 candidates interested in the course, contact the EBP Exam section now. Applicants who wrongfully select group/EAP National Society rates will automatically be rejected.

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.

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