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Any licensed nurse that has graduated from a 3 year vocational training or a 4 year college or university program, as long as you do not currently live in one of the countries that have been restricted by the German government based on the WHO nurse staffing shortage assessment.

CWC Recruitment sponsors your B2 course and exam once in Germany. In your home country - if you learn language outside of CWC -, CWC will offer you a language bonus after you get deployed to Germany. If you wish to receive a language scholarship for your studies, you can discuss this with your CWC representative.

After filling out our application form, you will connect with a CWC team member to discuss whether this program is the right fit for you. If it is, you will have to focus on 2 things: collecting and translating all required documents for your Qualification Recognition as well as passing your B1 exam and starting to learn B2 in your country. CWC will take care of the rest and guide you across the entire journey

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