European Board Examination in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism (EBEEDM)

The European Board Examination in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism (EBEEDM) is designed to assess a candidate’s knowledge and understanding of the clinical sciences relevant to specialist medical practice, and of common or important disorders to a level appropriate for a newly appointed specialist in endocrinology and diabetes.

The 2020 European Board Examination in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism (EBEEDM)will include a conversion chart, which will assist candidates with converting values for units between SI and traditional. This will be available with each question and will appear as a pop-up onscreen.

Applying for the European Board Examination in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism (EBEEDM)

See the table for key dates for the next examination below:

Diet Exam Date Application Registration period Results Release
2021/01 09 June 2021 17 February 2021 - 17 March 2021 4 weeks after exam date
2021/02 14 July 2021 Contingency Exam 4 weeks after exam date
2022/01 08 June 2022 16 February 2022 - 16 March 2022 4 weeks after exam date

If you have any queries regarding your application, please contact us at info@ebeedm.com so that we can assist you further.

How to apply

The European Board Examination is a computer-based examination and is administered by Pearson VUE.

The European Board Examination is open to candidates from all countries throughout the world but it is only possible to sit the examination in Pearson VUE centres in countries affiliated to the European Society of Endocrinology or UEMS affiliated countries.

The application process is:

  1. complete an online application via this website
  2. request test country and city
  3. pay applicable fee
  4. application is confirmed by email within 4 weeks of the closing date.

Click here to apply for the European Board Examination.

Special Examination Arrangements

If any candidate for the European Board Examination is unable, through disability or other special need, to be assessed by the methods set out in the Regulations, they may apply for reasonable adjustments to be made to their examination.