Part 2 Oral Exam

A summative exam to test common cases in everyday practice

Let’s make a mark

Get your FEBU title

The objective of the Part 2 Oral Exam is to test the ability to evaluate and manage common cases in everyday practice. In this way, by participating, you confirm the importance of a European standard.

For today & tomorrow


The candidate will be examined on a number of clinical cases reflecting daily practice. Register today and improve the standards for tomorrow.


Help setting the standard for your country, and thereforE Europe

The exam is offered in Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish and therefore widely accessible. In Hungary, Poland and Turkey the exams are co-organised with national associations and offered in the native languages.


Content & significance

Case-based exam

The candidate will be evaluated by a team of two urologists on 3-5 cases which reflect common day urological practice. On average the session lasts 60 minutes.

Scoring system

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.


Candidates are recommended to follow their national curriculum.
The EAU guidelines provide a useful consensus of urological management.

National (exit) exams

The exams in Hungary, Poland and Turkey are co-organised with the national societies. Respective candidates contact their national society about the date and procedure.


To ensure the exam’s discretion candidates of the first 3 morning and afternoon sessions will be sequestered. They remain in a room until session 4 respectively 8 have started.

FEBU title

Successful candidates are granted the title Fellow of the European Board of Urology, FEBU. The FEBU diploma is considered an added qualification, a prestigious asset to one's portfolio.