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Obtain the Advanced Diploma


***The EUROSPINE Advanced Diploma will be phased out in the coming year/s. Advanced Modules 1 and 2 will still be available and can be completed on their own, but are not tied to a fellowship.

We are currently working on a transition plan that allows individuals who have started their fellowship (or will still be doing a fellowship in the near future) to have an appropriate transition time to complete all requirements to achieve the Advanced Diploma is it currently stands.

Please watch this space for further information on the process of these changes***

For questions please contact the Education Team at .

Who is eligible for the Advanced Diploma?

Experienced surgeons who have:
1. obtained the EUROSPINE Diploma via
  • completion of the Basic Course -or-
  • completion of equivalent diploma course
2. completed both Advanced Course Modules (EUROSPINE, EANS as of 2017, Turkish Spine Society or DWG as of 01.01.2018 course modules)
3. completed a 6-months fellowship, validated by EUROSPINE. Application for fellowship validation by EUROSPINE is a mandatory step prior to applying for the Advanced Diploma.

What is needed to apply for the EUROSPINE Advanced Diploma?

1. The applicant must show his/her EUROSPINE diploma.
2. The applicant must prove he/she has completed both EUROSPINE (or EANS as courses as of 2017 / Turkish Spine Society / DWG as of 01.01.2018) advanced modules.
3. The applicant must receive validation of his/her 6-months fellowship by EUROSPINE. Fellowship validation must be pursued prior to applying for the Advanced Diploma here:
4. The applicant must complete the online application.

The applicant must pay €100 administrative fee to EUROSPINE.
The payment must be received before the EUROSPINE Advanced Diploma or certificate can be issued.

What happens after the Application has been completed?

  • The applicant receives a confirmation from our payment provider
  • The applicant receives an e-mail from EUROSPINE stating that upon receipt of the payment, the process of issuing the Advanced Diploma will be initiated.
  • EUROSPINE will initiate the process of issuing the Advanced Diploma – please be aware that this process may take up to 4 weeks.

Only complete applications, including the letter from EUROSPINE confirming fellowship validation will be processed.


Please ensure you have received EUROSPINE formal validation of your fellowship!

The fellowship validation process is free of charge and must be completed prior to applying for the Advanced Diploma.
A copy of the fellowship validation letter by EUROSPINE must be uploaded in the below application.

Also please make sure that you comply with all above requirements and attended both Advanced Courses before you apply for the Advanced Diploma!
  • Request the Advanced Diploma

  • Please only use English alphabet/characters as we cannot process special characters. This is especially important for addresses as we may be missing the letters with special characters, which could jeopardise the diploma postal delivery.
  • I confirm that the above filled in name shall appear accordingly on the Advanced Diploma.   

  • Upload below your EUROSPINE Basic Diploma and CME certificates for the live Advanced Courses (Advanced Module 1 and Advanced Module 2).
  • Upload below your CME certificates for the eLearning component of your module(s). This is necessary for all modules taken as of Hybrid EduWeek November 2019, EduWeek 2021 and any future EduWeeks:


  • Upload below your fellowship validation letter (issued by EUROSPINE)
  • 100 Euros administrative fee

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