Expand your career internationally by earning a license to practice nursing in Germany
Master German B2 in 10 months
Our experienced and dedicated German teachers are here to help you master the language in preparation for you to communicate with native Germans, be it your co-workers or your patients.
Job openings and interviews
Focus on learning German while we apply to potential employers on your behalf. And yes, you’ll be prepared for the interview as well.
We will take care of your visa application so that you can focus on learning German and preparing yourself to study in Germany.
Be culturally ready
Our intercultural workshop and pre-departure workshop prepare you on what to expect and how to live like a local so you have a smooth transition to living in Germany.
Reach out to us when you need help or advice. Our helpful team is ready to assist you throughout your journey, both in Malaysia and in Germany.
Completed Diploma/ Degree in Nursing and is a Registered Nurse with the Malaysian Nursing Board.
Don’t have a nursing qualification yet? Check out the Dual Vocational Training where you get trained to be a nurse in Germany. Suitable for secondary school and diploma leavers.
Minimum B1 but recommended at least B2 (intermediate) level German proficiency.
Interview with German hospitals to find the right fit for you.
With Germany’s ageing population, the demand for medical care professionals, particularly nurses, is growing. This is why many hospitals, nursing homes, and other care providers are turning to recruit overseas talents to help fill the gap.
According to a spokesperson for the German Hospital Federation DKGE, even before the Covid-19 outbreak there were around 17,000 jobs open for nursing staff and 3,000 for doctors in German hospitals.
Promising job opportunities
Baby Boomers are retiring and needing more health care assistance, which creates more job opportunities in the healthcare industry than before.The interview with potential employers will happen while you are still in Malaysia. That means you can confidently head over to Germany when you have secured a job offer.
Achieve work-life balance
Thanks to the flexible shift arrangement, hitting the gym after work and spending family time is possible even when you’re working as a nurse.
Fair treatment towards foreigners
Not only will you be paid equally regardless of your country of origin, the Germans generally are welcoming and respectful towards foreigners.
Upskill yourself towards better career advancement
Invest in yourself through Professional Training (Weiterbildung) or by obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree or specialization. The opportunities awaiting will be endless- from being a specialized nurse to working at upper management, or even switching to training young nurses in vocational schools.
Enjoy attractive job perks
On top of your flexible shift schedule, you’ll also get at least 20 days of paid leave annually. As for salary, you’ll typically receive a salary of €2500 to €2800 monthly and will even receive an allowance during the adaptation period.
Gain valuable international exposure
Working with a diversified team and training firsthand in Germany’s high standard healthcare offers rich and valuable international exposure that will make you highly employable around the world.
There are 2 intakes each year:
January- October 2022 (10 months), followed by 3-month adaptation period in a German hospital
July 2022- May 2023 (10 months), followed by 3-month adaptation period in a German hospital
Similar to other jobs in Germany, there are many factors that determine one’s salary – your workplace location, whether you’re working in the public or private sector, and your work arrangements with your employer. Nurses usually receive an average of €2800 monthly (before tax deduction).
However, be prepared to contribute between 30% and 42% of your gross salary as tax and social contribution. In return, you get to enjoy benefits from the German government which includes unemployment support, pension, healthcare, and education for your family.
As a nurse, it’s important that you master German as some of your patients, especially the elderly ones, are only able to converse in German. Most hospitals will require international nurses to have B2 level of German, but the more fluent you are, the better you will be in communicating with your peers and patients.