EBOT Exam 2018

Section 1 – written part – 12 June 2018  Read more


Section 2 – oral part – 6 & 7 October 2018
Lisbon, Portugal Read more
Guidance Notes for EU Citizen Applicants
Applications must be completed, in full, before being submitted to the European Board of Orthopaedics and Traumatology. Incomplete applications will not be considered by the Board.

Documentation Required for Submitting an Online Application:

i) Summary of Curriculum Vitae [maximum two A4 pages (1000 words)]
ii) Copy of passport
iii) Copy of Successful Completion of Orthopaedic and Traumatology training – Certificate / Diploma
iv) Reference letter from the head of department you are working at stating your professional status.

Closing dates will be strictly adhered to. It is the responsibility of the applicant to upload the required information and documentation, without it the application fails.

Resit Candidates
Please note that all resit candidates for the written part must complete the application form online in full again to the European Board of Orthopaedics and Traumatology.

Resit candidates for the oral part do not have to complete the online application form again but must inform the EBOT Administrator if they wish to resit the oral part by 30 June of the respective year at the latest.
Candidates who fail the oral examination may retake this section the following year without having to retake the written section. If the candidate does not retake the oral examination in the following year or fails a second time, then both sections, written and oral, must be taken again and the candidate needs to apply in full again.

N.B.: All applications must be in compliance with the general requiremenets as stated in the general overview .

Withdrawing from the Examination
Candidates withdrawing from the examination must do so in writing to the European Board of Orthopaedics and Traumatology.

i) The full entrance fee may be returned or transferred to a future examination when written notice is received prior to the closing date for receipt of applications.

ii) Half of the entrance fee may be returned or transferred to a future examination when written notice is received not less than 31 working days before the commencement of the examination.

iii) Within 30 working days of the examination, no refund of the fee will be made to candidates who withdraw or fail to attend, except in the most exceptional circumstances and at the discretion of the Board.
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