The working time of a full-time job in Germany is usually 40 hours per week. In nursing and health care, people usually work in shifts (early, late or night shift) 5 days a week. How your shift schedule is structured depends on the respective employer, who draws up the shift plans and makes them available [...]
For applicants from the EU everything happens quite quickly thanks to a new regulation. Once your documents are complete, the procedure can be completed within one day. For candidates from third countries and non-EU countries, the recognition procedure can take up to three months after application.
Our partner hospitals and clinics are made up of renowned institutions throughout Germany.
There are no agency fees for you. The language course you have taken will be taken over by us if you successfully complete level B2.
The salary for nurses and healthcare workers is regulated by collective agreements in Germany. Which pay scale group you belong to depends primarily on your qualifications and your professional practice. The more professional experience you can show, the higher the wage level in which you are placed. Ultimately, this means that full-time nurses and healthcare [...]
The most important prerequisite for the professional recognition of your foreign qualifications in Germany is the acquisition of sound language skills. Depending on the federal state, you need the language certificate B2 or B1 in the field of nursing. Successful professional recognition is of particular relevance to you, as it determines whether you are only [...]
First of all, please fill out our contact form on this page. After successful entry, an application form will be sent to you as a writable PDF. Please take your time and fill out the form completely and conscientiously. If your details fit and you are considered for the next steps, we will arrange a [...]