MSERM’s collaboration with the International Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine and the College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (IFRM-COG) goes back almost 14 years in setting a syllabus for subspecialty training in reproductive medicine.

Now, in a move to enhance this collaboration further and validate individual skills and training in reproductive medicine, MSERM is introducing a subspecialty examination in which successful candidates will become International Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine(IFRM) and qualified to use the title MSERM-COG.

The examination aims to assess the knowledge and skills gained by candidates during their subspecialty training in reproductive medicine and provide formal recognition of them.


While the certification by MSERM® is based on compliance with certain objective criteria at a given point in time, certification cannot – under any circumstance – be a guarantee for successful future treatments. MSERM®, its agents or any of its personnel shall not be liable, in any way, for (in)direct or consequential damages that might occur following the certification (such as – but not limited to – damage to third parties).

The MSERM examination consists of two parts:

Part 1 is a knowledge General Exam

Part 2 is an objective clinical examination in 2023

Candidates can only sit the Part 2 examination after they have passed Part 1.