Over the past decade, we have built a recruiting program focused on transparency and quality that will guide you through each step as you pursue your new career as a Registered Nurse in Germany. By partnering with top-tier language schools, the best nursing schools in Germany, and employers who focus on integration, our program puts your success at the center of what we do.
CWC does not charge a fee for participating in our program and we do not reduce your salary once you are in Germany.
No work experience required. Receive a permanent contract, good salary and career development opportunities.
Receive free German language training from A2 to B2, including a B2 exam or receive a program bonus if you cover your training yourself.
Receive FREE language and German nurse skills training to pass your exams and become a registered nurse.
CWC Recruitment was the first German agency accredited by POEA in 2013. We ensure that all POEA guidelines are followed and that your employer is properly accredited.
We believe in you and want you to succeed long term in Germany. We offer you continuous support across the entire recruitment journey and remain a trusted resource, even years after deployment.
POES is a certificate of completion of the Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar that is required by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration for Filipinos before working abroad. POEA E registration is an online registration system for Filipino Applicants aspiring to work overseas.
With +40,000 nursing vacancies in Germany, CWC offers you work in one of its +50 centers
Social benefits that cover your health, unemployment, retirement, family and education.
Living in Germany: you'll be 1-2 hours of travel from Venice, Paris, London and other dream locations.
2,700 - 4,000€ on average per month for a registered nurse and 2,300€ for a nurse assistant.
Yes. We make sure all of our employers are registered under POEA and we take care of this process thoroughly.
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!