Activities in focus

Fellowship grants

The ESGE Education committee offers every year the opportunity to young endoscopists below fourty years old to train with experts at officially recognised ESGE training centres.


The ESGE Guidelines committee monitors state-of-the-art procedures and techniques in various endoscopy related areas and publishes relevant guidelines and recommendations.

ESGE eLearning

ESGE eLearning offers members not only the entire ESGE Days back-catalogue, teaching modules, live demonstrations and myESGEtutor, but also free access to ESGE webinars.

Webinar Wednesdays

Upcoming ESGE webinars:

Wednesday March 22, 2023 at 19:00 – 20:00 CET

Back To Basics (Part 1): Optimizing Your Upper Endoscopy Examination

Upcoming events

  • Innovation in endoscopic hemostasis: Next generation hemostasis powder
    • 22/03/2023
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  • 26 Reunión Anual AEG
    • 29/03/2023 - 31/03/2023
    • Madrid, Spain
  • Crohn's Capsule Endoscopy: A panenteric approach to managing Crohn’s disease
    • 30/03/2023
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  • ESGE Days 2023
    • 20/04/2023 - 22/04/2023
    • Dublin, Ireland
  • Endolive Roma 2023
    • 24/05/2023 - 26/05/2023
    • Rome, Italy
  • IDEN 2023
    • 08/06/2023 - 10/06/2023
    • Seoul, South Korea
  • About ESGE

    The European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ESGE) represents national societies of endoscopy in Europe, the Mediterranean and North Africa. ESGE is comprised of 49 gastrointestinal societies (ESGE Member Societies) and individual members.

    ESGE vision, mission & core values

    ESGE’s mission is to support the practice of gastrointestinal endoscopy by education, innovation, and the dissemination
    of information, and to continually promote and advance quality practice.

    ESGE membership

    ESGE membership holds advantages for gastroenterologists and endoscopists from Europe and around the globe as well as gastrointestinal societies.