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Nurses to Germany
- Germany’s public healthcare system is highly regarded for its quality and is a popular choice for nurses seeking job opportunities abroad.
- The country’s social health care system covers the entire population, providing comprehensive medical services that allow nurses to make a meaningful impact on healthcare in Germany.
- Nurses are highly valued in Germany, with a longstanding tradition of investment and appreciation for their contributions.
- They enjoy a respected social standing, and their expertise is highly regarded by both patients and colleagues.
- The salary of a nurse in Germany is generally higher than those seen in other countries due to the country’s larger-than-average healthcare spending. German nurses also enjoy better working conditions and job security, as well as an annual holiday bonus.
- Germany is a great migration destination for nurses due to the high demand for nurses in the country. There will be 200,000 unfilled vacancies in Germany for nurses by 2030. With such high demand for nurses, getting a job placement in Germany is much easier, and you will have ample options to choose from. Furthermore, Germany is in the top 5 popular countries for immigration.
A Registered Nurse can get in Germany a starting salary of €2,600 per month
✅Excellent Work-life Balance
40 hours a week of work with flexible shift arrangement which gives you time to explore nature and spend time with friends You will Also have 30 days of paid leave.
✅Social Security Benefits
Nurses in Germany are entitled to social security benefits, which include health insurance, pension contributions, and unemployment benefits. This provides financial security and support in times of need.
✅Professional Development Opportunities
Germany offers numerous opportunities for professional growth and development. Nurses can access further education and training programs, attend conferences, and participate in international exchanges to broaden their skills and knowledge.
✅Advanced Healthcare System
Germany has a well-developed healthcare system, known for its state-of-the-art medical facilities, advanced technology, and high-quality healthcare services. Nurses can benefit from working in a modern and well-supported healthcare environment.
Send Aartees Institute your resume and education information to apply.
Get started with languate training with us and we will help you prepare all documents for submission.
Complete A2 Exam
By the time you pass the German A2 Language exam you will be chosen by our German partners.
At this point, you will have your interview with the medical facility in Germany as well as procure professional recognition called Anerkennung in German.
Pass B1/B2 Exam
Once you pass and get the exam certificate, you can apply for the visa to Germany.
Fly to 🇩🇪
Reach Germany and start working on the new chapter of your life.
Requirementsfor working as a nurse in Germany
- Must have a degree in Bachelor of Science in Nursing (4 years education)
- Be a board passer as Registered Nurse
- Must have hands-on work experience as Registered Nurse. (Fresh graduates are welcomed to apply.)
- Must be willing to undergo intensive German Language Training.
Can I bring my family to Germany?
Yes, however, it is highly recommended that you bring your family once you have completed your probationary period. By then, you will have also settled in and will be in a better position to support your family by this time.
Will my employer process my family's visa(s)?
As your family’s sponsor, you will handle the residency application for your family members from their country of origin. Your employer will give you a letter of employment to assist with their visa application.
I have not passed the Board Examination yet, can I join the program?
Yes, you can start learning the German Language while you are completing your examination.
Can I be deployed once I get B1 certificate?
Yes, however, our employers require a B2 certificate so that you can have better opportunities when being placed in Germany.
Will I know if I am Partially or Fully Recognized before I travel to Germany?
Yes, you will know as the recognition certificate is required to apply for your employment visa.
Who will cover the cost for adaptation course and recognition examination fee in Germany?
Your employer shall bear the costs.
What are the class timings?
We have multiple options available. Please contact us to get the current months timing options.