CWC opens the door to incredible opportunities in Germany.

If you've aspired to work abroad but feel daunted by the myriad options and bureaucratic hurdles, CWC Recruitment is here to assist you. We've successfully placed over 1000 nurses who are now thriving in rewarding positions and enjoying the extensive social benefits Germany offers. Our services are completely free of charge, and we have earned national recognition for our commitment to quality, ethics, and transparency.

Our expert team supports you through every bureaucratic step, offering thorough language assistance to help you excel in interviews and exams. With placements in some of Germany's premier healthcare facilities across various regions, you can select the location and job type that best suits your preferences. Take charge of your career with CWC Recruitment - where your success is our mission.

CWC is a Gütesiegel agency

What does that matter?

In February 2022, CWC Recruitment earned the prestigious RAL Quality Seal – “Fair Recruitment Healthcare Germany” from the Quality Association for the Recruitment and Placement of Care Workers from Abroad e.V. This recognition highlights our commitment to ethical, fair, and transparent recruitment processes. Having passed a rigorous review, we are acknowledged by the German government for upholding the highest standards of ethics, quality, and transparency in our operations.

Your journey to Germany. Free of charge!

Land in a furnished flat in Germany in 12-24 months
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    Step 1
    Your Path to Germany. Step by Step.
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    Step 2
    Employer matching and interview process
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    Step 3
    Qualification recognition process
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    Step 4
    Language certification and departure
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    Step 5
    Arrival in Germany and integration
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Your Path to Germany. Step by Step.

Your Path to Germany. Step by Step.

CWC simplifies your journey with clear steps and transparent processes. We begin by ensuring you are an excellent fit for our program, then guide you through collecting official documents, enrolling in language courses, and applying for language scholarships (where applicable). You're never alone in this process - we’re here to support you every step of the way!

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Employer matching and interview process

Employer matching and interview process

Once your important documents are submitted and you’ve studied German up to level A2, we match you with employers that fit your personal preferences. You can apply to the jobs you like, and if there's a good fit, the employer will schedule an interview. It’s that straightforward!

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Qualification recognition process

Qualification recognition process

After securing your new job, we handle your qualification recognition and work authorization. Once in Germany, we provide the necessary training to become a recognized Registered Nurse. All at no cost to you.

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Language certification and departure

Language certification and departure

Depending on your employer, you'll need either B1 or B2 level certification before departure. Our Language Team ensures you have the skills and resources to pass. Our Candidate Support Team will prepare your work visa, organize travel to Germany, and arrange airport pickup.

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Arrival in Germany and integration

Arrival in Germany and integration

Welcome to Germany! Our team and your employer will assist with arrival logistics and integration. You’ll start working as a nursing assistant while studying for your qualification recognition and final language exam, all while earning a salary.

What are the requirements to apply?

A bachelor's degree in nursing from a 3 or 4-year university program.

To start your program in Germany, you need a B1 exam certificate from Goethe, TELC, or ÖSD. However, to become a registered nurse as quickly as possible, it’s essential to begin studying for B2 in your home country before arriving in Germany. Language learning varies for each individual, so timelines can differ. Generally, you can be ready for your B1 exam within 12 months if you study at an accredited language school with exam preparation. If your employer requires B2 certification prior to departure, you will proceed to the B2 course, which typically takes an additional 4-6 months. Your overall timeline will depend on your motivation and dedication to your studies.

Germany Awaits You

Great Salary

Earn an average of 2,700 - 4,000€ per month as a registered nurse, and 2,300€ as a nursing assistant.

Career Growth

With over 40,000 nursing vacancies in Germany, CWC provides opportunities at one of its 50+ centers, chosen for their excellence and integration.

Social Benefits

Enjoy access to some of the world’s best social benefits, including excellent health and unemployment insurance, retirement benefits, and free education for you and your family.

Location

Germany is just 1-2 hours away from some of Europe’s most desirable cities. Exciting travel opportunities await!

Start your journey with us.
Your Candidate Support Team is ready to help!

For over 12 years, thousands of nurses have started rewarding careers in Germany through the support of CWC. We look forward to guiding you as well.

Your most frequent questions answered

Apart from being a licensed Registered Nurse in your country, committing to passing your language exams and submitting all required documentation, we expect you to: 1) fully commit to passing your B2 and Qualification Recognition exams upon arriving in Germany and 2) staying at your employer for at minimum of 2 years after receiving your Registered Nurse recognition.

During the qualification recognition course period and until you pass the qualification exam and receive your Registered Nurse Certificate (Urkunde), you work as a Nurse Assistant. After receiving the RN Certificate, you will be able to change your visa type and officially work as a RN with a new contract. Most foreign nurses are allowed to work as a Nurse Assistant for a specific period of time upon arriving in Germany, while they prepare to become a fully Registered Nurse. There are two crucial components to becoming a Registered Nurse in Germany: B2 exam and “Kenntnisprüfung”, which is a nursing skills exam. Germany does not have a shortage of Nurse Assistants. Therefore, it is a priority for CWC to help you become a Registered Nurse upon arriving in Germany in order for you to remain in your new country long term.

Once you become a Registered Nurse in Germany, you will be able to stay in the country initially on a work visa. After 5 years you can apply and stay in Germany on a permanent resident basis. You can make long-term professional and personal plans in Germany!