Exams EBS MIS Board Exam 2020

Information to applicants

Welcome to the registration site for the prestigous exam to become Fellow of European Board of Surgery in MIS (Minimally Invasive Surgery). Successful EBSQ MIS Eligibility and Examination candidates are awarded the title "Fellow of the European Board of Surgery/MIS – F.E.B.S./MIS".

Date and place

  • June 23 - June 24, 2020, Krakow, Poland.
  • The exam consists of 2 parts and will take place prior to the EAES congress (https://eaes.eu/eaes2020).
  • The part 1 exam June 23rd, 3-6pm is a computer based, or paper based, Multiple Choice test (100 questions) and assesses knowledge (KBA).
  • The part 2 exam is an OSCE exam and will be held June 24th, 7.30am-15pm.
  • Number of seats are limited so early reservation is recommended.

Price

  • Administrative fee. application and manual vetting for eligibility (200 Euro).
  • If accepted for eligibility, then the remaining fee will be paid (1,000 Euro).

Eligbility and submission of documents

How to register for the exam

The complete registration process uses a software called Ortrac. You can find information about how to use it at support.orzone.com. Click on Ortrac Medical v5. There are different articles if you need any help at any stage.

What are the main steps in the registration process

  1. You will click on create account below (unless you have registered before, then you will sign in). Click here to read more about how to create an account.
  2. You will be asked to fill in standard information such as name and other details. You will be asked to upload some documents such as id/passport etc. After entering all information, click submit to proceed.
  3. You will be asked to fill in information relating to the eligibility requirements, such as proof of training and similar details. You will be asked to upload some documents such as proof of training, recommendation letters etc. After entering all information, click submit to proceed. Please note that you must enter all documents. See more above on this particular step (Eligibility and submission of documents).
  4. You will then be asked to pay the administrative fee.
  5. After this your application will be reviewed.
  6. If your application fulfills the requirements then you will be notified and asked for final payment, If there are problems with your application then you may be asked for other details or your application may be rejected. 

Methods of payment

Payment of the application fee and exam fee for individual participants (which apply to most registrations)  must be made online via this registration system. This can be done using most major credit or debit cards.

There are two exceptions to this rule.

  • If your hospital (or other external party) wishes to pay for you or a group of colleagues via invoice and bank transfer then have them to contact support@orzone.com and include information for which names they wish to pay for and address/email for invoice.
  • If you live in a country outside Europe where credit cards may not work (a few countries in Middle East and Africa), then you can also write an email to support@orzone.com and state your name and which exam you are applying for. A small manual fee will be added to manually process the payment.

Please also make sure you read the Terms and Conditions for this application before you continue, as these contain important information.

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Application overview
  • Information to applicants

  • Application form

  • Qualifications & Eligibility

  • Admin fee

    A non-refundable administrative fee of 200 € must be paid before your application is submitted for review.
  • Manual review

    Your application will be vetted. You will be notified by e-mail whether or not you are approved.
  • Registration fee

    After the registration fee has been paid, your seat for the exam will be guaranteed.