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Fellowship Examination of the European Board of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (EBOT Exam)

Fellowship Examination of the European Board of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (EBOT Exam)

Get certified from your home or office

Take your EBOT exam conveniently from home through OnVUE online proctoring. A live proctor will monitor you through the webcam on your workstation to provide a secure exam experience.

Watch the short video on the EBOT online proctoring page to see how convenient it is to test from home or work. Be sure to run the system test before you sign in to register for an online proctored exam. Good luck!

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

COVID-19 important information for all EBOT candidates: Due to the current Covid-19 global pandemic, the EBOT Examination Board decided to offer the 2021 written part of the EBOT Exam as fully proctored online exam, which means that you can sit part I of the exam at home or anywhere else, while being invigilated. There will be no test centres involved this year.

The Fellowship examination of European Board of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (EBOT) was established in 2001 by the board of all European Union National Orthopaedic Societies (section of the Union Europeenne des Medecins Specialistes). The main objective behind such a project was to develop a qualification that would guarantee that all fellow members of the board would be safe to practice anywhere in Europe.

Over the past 20 years of existence the EBOT qualification has gained prestige and an excellent reputation throughout Europe and worldwide, as being a high standard qualification that has helped many orthopaedic surgeons into new horizons and gradually has been conquering acceptance among the European orthopaedic scientific community.

To be a Fellow of the European Board of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (FEBOT) you will have to complete successfully part I and part II of the examination and you will have to fulfill the application requirements.

Last updated 2021-04-12