GERMANY NEEDS 6,000 DOCTORS ANNUALLY!
Europe’s largest economy, German’s excellent healthcare system is reliant on excellent doctors. The country develops many health-care professionals while offering opportunities for non-German doctors to pursue a successful career in Germany!
In surveys, the medical professional has been found to be the most highly regarded in Germany consistently. This has resulted in the starting salaries of medical graduates to be higher than any other field of study and currently lies around €49,000 a year.
Germany is currently experiencing an increase in its ageing population and the German hospitals have been experiencing a shortage of doctors for many years now. Throughout Germany, there is a need of several thousand doctors. Moreover, as more doctors are soon due to enter retirement; this demand will continue to increase in the coming years.
Indian medical/dentistry qualified doctors are eligible to work in Germany – provided that they complete the following requirements:
- German Language (A1 to C1 level)
- German Medical Terminology and Language
- Clearing German Medical License Exam
THE CALCULUS OFFERS AN INTEGRATED PROGRAM FOR THE DOCTORS TO HELP MEET THE REQUIREMENTS AND PROVIDES A GATEWAY INTO THE GERMAN MEDICAL INDUSTRY
GERMANY NEEDS 10,000 NURSES ANNUALLY!
The German population is undergoing a rapid process of ageing. The number of elderly people and their part of the population is increasing fast. This demographic change in Germany concerns nursing care in two aspects- with the ageing of the population the demand for nursing specialists increases while simultaneously, the workforce potential decreases.
In view of this demographic change, the demand for qualified geriatric nurses is increasing continuously. As of today, there are only 36 applicants for every 100 vacancies for geriatric nursing professionals. There are currently around 26 lakh individuals dependent on care and this number will continue to increase in the coming years. Thus, Germany presents excellent job opportunities for trained Indian nurses and healthcare professionals.
Indian nurses need to get registered and obtain a permanent license before they can start working in Germany.
The Calculus is offering a one year nursing recognition program with internship especially designed for international nursing professionals. The program will lead the Indian nurses towards obtaining a license in Germany