IC Part 2 Oral Exam
|Postponed to 2025; date to be announced
Participation is subject to eligibility. The participant has passed the Part 1 Written Exam maximum five years ago.
The objective is to test ability to evaluate and manage common cases in everyday practice based on European standards. Scoring is based on competency in diagnosis, judgement and decision-making.
Scoring is based on competency in diagnosis, judgement and decision-making. The mark is set by looking at the scores in both Written and Oral Exams.
The successful candidate is awarded the 'EBU International Certificate'. This is considered a Mark of Quality and an added value to CV and portfolio.
The EAU guidelines provide a useful consensus of urological management.
These regulations apply to all candidates.
Step 1: Registration
Access to the exam can only be guaranteed when the registration matches the passport presented at the start of the exam.
Step 2: Receive details about the examination from EBU
Participants receive an email from the EBU with the exam details.
Step 3: Take the exam
Participants follow the instructions provided and take the exam at the assigned time.
Step 4: Receive the results
Participants are informed about their result by email.
Step 5: Receive the EBU International Certificate
Successful participants receive the digital certificate by email.