MFSEM Part 2

Important Dates

Applications Open: December 2023

Applications Close: 16th February 2024

Exam Sitting: 11th April 2024


The Membership in Sport and Exercise Medicine Part 2 is an Objective Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE). The exam will normally consist of 12 stations each lasting 10 minutes. There may, in addition, be one or more preparatory stations.

The exam can assess any subject that is in the SEM Curriculum.

The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh administer this Exam on behalf of the FSEM please visit their website for associated documents, regulations and how to apply.


Exam Fee: £980


To be eligible to sit this exam, all applicants must:

Candidates should fulfil one of the following requirements:

It is also strongly advised that candidates have the following:

  1. An active role in Sport and Exercise Medicine;
  2. Experience in pitch side emergency care
  3. Exposure to the management of musculoskeletal conditions
  4. Experience of the use and benefits of exercise medicine

Candidates are allowed up to six attempts at the Membership in Sport and Exercise Medicine Part 2 exam.

Revision Course

The British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine (BASEM) run revision courses for parts 1 and 2 of the FSEM Membership Examination in SEM. The courses usually take place four weeks prior to each part of the exam.

Please note that this revision course is organised and conducted entirely independently by BASEM. Therefore, FSEM takes no responsibility for content provided by external organisations. It is recommended all participants should consider this when enrolling and to ensure that the course aligns with their study needs.

MFSEM Part 1

Diploma Exams