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Formation Spécifique en Médecine Générale

Admission requirements :

  • Diploma: the applicant must have a basic medical training qualification obtained in a Member State of the European Union (Switzerland, European Economic Area) referred to in Annex 5.1.1. of Directive 2005/36/EC or a basic medical training qualification obtained in a third country recognised in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 28 October 2016 on the recognition of professional qualifications, meeting more specifically the criteria set out in Article 24 of that Act
  • Nationality: the candidate must be a national of a Member State of the European Union (Switzerland, European Economic Area) or a national of a third country holding a valid residence permit issued by the Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
  • Language proficiency: B2 in French and German

All applications for admission to the specific training in general medicine, whether for the full course or for a partial course, are submitted to the Admissions Committee for a decision.

If the number of eligible candidates exceeds the capacity of the course, a competitive examination shall be held; the tests of the competitive examination and the number of points awarded for each test shall be as follows

  • a written test on knowledge of French and German 20 points;
  • a written/oral test on general medical knowledge 40 points.

Documents to be provided

  • uni.lu registration form
  • 1 passport photo
  • 1 complete curriculum vitae
  • 1 copy of the identity card
  • 1 copy of both sides of the European health insurance card or proof of affiliation to a social insurance scheme indicating the period of validity
  • 1 copy of secondary school leaving certificate
  • 1 copy of the diploma of second cycle of medical studies
  • 1 bank statement
  • for candidates who have completed their second cycle of medical studies in France: 1 copy of the results of the National Classifying Examination (ENC)
  • for any person whose mother tongue is not French or German: 1 certificate of level B2 in written and oral tests, expression and comprehension, in French OR in German, established by a language organisation (approved examination centre) referring to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
  • For non-EU applicants: Detailed study programme of the 2nd cycle of medical studies

Note: Any supporting document in a language other than French, English or German must be translated by a sworn translator into one of these three languages. A copy of the original document must be sent with the translation.