An online EBO exam will be held on June 4th 2021 for all candidates who postponed their application from the 2020 exams and wait list candidates. All candidates have been contacted directly regarding this exam. If you have not received this email, please urgently contact firstname.lastname@example.org A second online exam will be held for new candidates on November 19th […]
The EBO will hold a pilot hybrid exam in Interlacken, Switzerland on November 14th 2020 for Swiss candidates. Exam schedule, Saturday 14th Novmember 2020- Kursaal Congress Center, Interlacken, Switzerland 08.30- Conference Centre & registration open 09.30- MCQ Exam begins 12.00- MCQ Exam ends 13.30- 14.30- 1st round of Viva Voce Exam 14.45-15.45- 2nd round of Viva […]
Dear EBO examiners, As we all are aware, the year 2020 was very unfortunate for many activities and events in ophthalmology, including the EBO exam. It is our 25th anniversary and we were planning to celebrate it with two sites for the exam: Spring in Paris in partnership with SFO and Autumn in Berlin in […]
EBO 2021 Exam Announcement: COVID-19 Due to the worldwide spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and uncertainties surrounding restrictions, applications for the 2021 EBO exams will not open on October 1st as usual. Further details regarding applications opening will be available here in the coming months.
Successful Swiss candidates who have received the swiss FMH Title in Opthalmology in the meantime, should contact the SOG Office in order to collect their EBO diploma, email: email@example.com
The European Board of Ophthalmology (EBO) was founded in 1992 in London. It is a permanent working group of the Ophthalmology Subspecialty Section of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS).
The Board has specifically been given the task of overseeing the standards of education in ophthalmology in Europe (UEMS Countries) with the goal of harmonizing knowledge and training by four means: the EBO exam, accreditation of centres , CME control and Grants.
The National Delegates of the Board include clinicians and academicians with specific ophthalmological skills, expertise and a broad geographic distribution. Two delegates are nominated from each country of the European Union, Norway, Turkey and Switzerland by the National Ophthalmological Societies. One delegate represents academic ophthalmology and one represents the professional practitioners. The delegates are chosen for a four year term. One additional four-year term is permitted.
Christina Grupcheva, MD, PhD, DSc, FEBO, FICO(Hon)
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