Assessments using EOSCE have less erroneous or missing data than exams using paper checklists and can be analysed immediately after the exam. The three EOSCE applications help exam administrators to easily setup and monitor an exam and download results centrally. It helps examiners focus on candidate performance through visual aids in the user interface. Assessments are conducted on iPads and can be run with a central server as an additional layer of security or completely offline.


Development of an application suite to support Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCE).

Ordering customer

Federal Office of Public Health
Faculty of Medicine, University of Bern
Institute for Medical Education

Team IML

Christoph Berendonk, Sabine Feller, Hansmartin Geiser, Florian Goll, Natascha Lüthy, Christian Steck, Daniel Stricker, Philippe Zimmermann

Target group

Educational institutions and organisations that create, administer, take or analyse exams: examiners, teaching and administrative staff of Higher Education Institutions