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OSCE Exams - the Objective Structured Clinical Examination

The practical examination is defined as the Objective Structured Clinical Examination or OSCE examination.

The OSCE examination consists of a series of tests, called stations, to be tackled by the students one after the other.

There are 4 practical OSCE examinations during the three years of the Master’s programme:

  • at the end of the 1st semester on the contents of the semester, with 6 stations, formative and with individual feedback;
  • at the end of the 2nd semester on the contents of the semester, with 4 stations, formative and with individual feedback;
  • at the end of the 4th semester on the contents of 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th semesters, with 10 stations, summative;
  • at the end of the 6th semester on the contents of the entire stdy programme, with 6 stations, formative and with individual feedback.

All information about the OSCE Exam are available in this document:
Guidelines for the drafting and selection of OSCE practical clinical examinations

At the following link you can see how an OSCE examination takes place.