WORK IN GERMANY
WORK In Germany
Excellent living conditions in Germany, a considerable proportion of the population enjoys good health well into old age. However, with increasing life expectancy and an aging society, combined with the decreasing number of young people beginning their professional career, the demand for professional nursing as well as basic medical care is rising. Germany does have a stable healthcare system; nevertheless, nursing professionals remain to be in high demand and their contribution is more important than ever. Hospitals, nursing homes and other care facilities are always on the lookout for nursing personnel with various levels of qualification in order to meet the increasing demand in the healthcare and nursing professions. This demand is predicted to increase in the following years. Would you like to become part of Germany’s healthcare system? Here you can find out how to start your future-proof career in the healthcare sector!
Once your C.V is accepted by the employer in Germany, we shall arrange your online interview with them. If offered by the employer, the Nurse needs to start training for and pass the German language B1 level. Once the nurse passes the B1 level exam, your application pack will be submitted to the German Nursing Council for competency checking. Most of the BSc nurses with clinical experience, usually meet competency criteria. Once that is done the employer will provide the nurse with a sponsorship letter to apply for the Visa. The employer will provide a contract which is subject to condition that the nurse passes the language exam (language).
After reaching Germany you need to complete the language B2 level and until then work as an assistant nurse.
After completing B2 level you will get full registration and start working as a Registered nurse.
A Nurse needs to complete the B1 level of German language to place their application for assessment to the German Nursing Council.
However, to work as a Registered Nurse you need to complete the B2 level. Nurses can complete B2 level in Germany. However, if you wish to, you can pass the exam in India before leaving for Germany.
If the nurse passes B2 (in India) plus obtains the approval from the nursing council she can work from day 1 as an RN.
Yes, it is. Without language no job or visa
There are two stages. The first could take up 6 months after you have passed B-1 in India.
After this stage you will travel to Germany and work as an Assistant nurse.
The final stage is in Germany when you pass B-2 and your final assessment will take place at this stage. This too may take up to 6 months.
The nurses are permitted to have up to 18 months’ time to do B2 test and (if necessary) test for assessment – they can reappear once.
A nurse who works as a registered Nurse in Germany will get a salary of appx. Euro 2800 p.m.
Once the nurse reaches Germany and is awaiting to pass B2 level she gets paid around Euros 2000 p.m.
You will start working as an Assistant nurse on arrival in Germany. Once you complete the B2 Level of German language and receive assessment from the nursing council in Germany you can start working as a Registered nurse.
There is no free accommodation. However, the employer/our partner agency will help you find accommodation.
The employer will assist you in finding the accommodation before you move to Germany. However, the rent will be paid by you.
You can take your family to Germany once you start working as a Registered Nurse. This may take around 6 months.
You can get the PR once you complete at least 5 years of residency permit in Germany.
Your family can come and visit you each year. They can join you permanently after 4 years.
- Bachelor’s degree in nursing or Post Basic Nursing or Diploma in Nursing
- German Language :Minimum B1 Level Certificate from GOETHE/TELC/OSD
- Your degree recognition from a Germany based government agency
- Need Block Account 10,356 Euros.
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