The following eligibility criteria are required:

Candidates should be MSERM members. If they are not a member of MSERM, they will have to pay an extra amount of 100 euros in their registration fee for each part of the Examination (Part 1 and Part 2).

Candidates should be graduates of a Medical School. They should also be Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. They must be registered as Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in their own country or in the country in which they work.

Candidates from outside the European Union and its associated countries should have previously passed the MSERM‐COG examination

Candidates can sit the exams after they have completed at least 2 years of clinical and laboratory training in Reproductive Medicine according to the MSERM subspecialist training programme, demonstrated by their personal training logbook. It is evident that the subspecialty training starts after they have become Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

Participation in research is mandatory, either as a third year research activity or as first, second or last author of at least two publications in peer review journals.

Training in Reproductive Medicine should have been provided to the candidates in an MSERM/COG recognized training unit or in a unit recognized for higher training in Reproductive Medicine by the countries’ authorities.

Candidates of countries in which the subspecialty of Reproductive Medicine has not been recognized can only sit the exams if they provide proof that they have been trained for at least 2 years according to MSERM subspecialist training programme. They should have a dedicated logbook.