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Applications for this upcoming examinations are not open yet.
To apply for certification as Fellow of the European Board of Surgery (FEBS) in the specialty of General Surgery offered by the “European Board of Surgery” and the “Division of General Surgery” a candidate has to undergo a two-step quality validation process: Eligibility and Examination.
A candidate successfully passing the examination will be qualified as:
Fellow of the European Board of Surgery – F.E.B.S. General Surgery
The Fellowship of the UEMS is a significant high-level indication of professional competence and excellence. It basically reflects the ongoing important European standardisation, harmonisation and quality assurance process in medicine.
Fellows of the European Board of Surgery (General Surgery), whether obtained through the EBSQ Examination or by Honorary conferment, may require confirmation of that their certificate is genuine.
Please read the following for more details on the confirmation of authenticity of your certificate:
New examiners not already in possession of the FEBS will be awarded the Honorary FEBS General Surgery. This Honorary Qualification is no longer conferred in response to a proposal or an application.
If you wish to become an examiner, please read carefully the following:
Your application will be made of 10 documents, the first 5 are to be downloaded from this website (templates hereunder) and filled out:
These documents should be then uploaded on the platform during the registration process.
For details on the eligibility criteria and guidance, please download the following document:
The total fees of €1,000 are for the whole application:
– for eligibility (€400) and
– for the examination (€600)
for the European Certification in General Surgery.
The eligibility fee is to be paid when the candidate register for the certification.
The examination fees should be paid once the eligibility of the candidate has been confirmed, to finalise the registration of the candidate for the examination.
For details on the proportion of questions from each category that candidates will be asked in the examination, please download the Blueprint:
And, more specifically, regarding Part I of the examination (Multiple Choice Question), here are the type of questions that may be asked :
For details on the organisation and the rules attached to the EBSQ examination in General Surgery, please read carefully the Frequently Asked Questions: