The FEBU title as a Mark of Quality

In-Service assessment

In-Service Assessment

A formative assessment to evaluate current level of knowledge.

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Part 1 Written exam

Part 1
Written Exam

An exam to determine & demonstrate level of knowledge.

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Part 2
Oral Exam

An exam to test common cases used in everyday practice.

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Let’s make a mark

Successful candidates obtain the FEBU title

The FEBU title is considered a Mark of Quality, an added qualification and asset to your CV and portfolio. It is not a license to pratice urology. A Fellow of the EBU is one who has met the educational, practice and peer review requirements set forth by the European Board of Urology.

“The FEBU title is a proof of qualification for me; it means that we are providing good clinical practice for our patients. I would certainly recommend others to take the examination as it is important to have a European comparison and know that your standards in urology are the same as the ones all over Europe. Finally, it’s a mark of quality in our curricula vitae.”

Friederike Haas (Germany)

For today & tomorrow

Why the FEBU title  is of importance for today and tomorrow.

A career in urology demands a commitment to lifelong learning. Any training process without a reliable and valid assessment would be incomplete. The more countries participate in our examinations, the better and accurate the standard is.

Together

MORE THAN 5500 FEBUS WORLDWIDE: WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER!

The first European Board Examination in Urology was delivered in 1992. The role of the exams is complementary to national examinations where they exist. They are a formal part of the national examination in the following countries.

  • Austria
  • Georgia
  • Switzerland
  • The Netherlands
  • Hungary
  • Poland
  • Turkey

Top 5 FEBU countries:

Germany
Poland
Spain
Italy
Greece