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Changes to SCE and Pan-European exam fees from 1 December 2022

From 1 December 2022, fees for the Specialty Certificate Examinations (SCEs) and Pan-European Examinations (this includes the ESEGH and ESENeph) will increase.


Continuing inflation in the UK has necessitated this first increase to the fees since 2016, impacting on operating costs that have risen this year. The Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the UK remains committed to reviewing exam costs on a regular basis and to be as transparent as possible over fees and how this income is used.

The new fees, applicable from 1 December 2022, are:

CentrePrevious FeeNew Fee (from 01/12/2022)
Candidates sitting in ESEGH/ESENeph full member, associate member and observer countries€760€800

For full details on the examinations and how to apply, visit:

Specialty Certificate Examinations | MRCPUK

European Specialty Examination in Gastroenterology & Hepatology | MRCPUK

European Specialty Examination in Nephrology | MRCPUK