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    Medical Specialization in Germany

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    We may not be able to reply new email enquiries. We have a large number of Candidates in waiting list. Best wishes for your Career.




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    What exam?

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    By exam, Minerva must be talking about the exam one needs to qualify as a non-eu aspiring to go for masters in med in Germany. I too had come across such a mention on some site. But it isn't given anywhere officially. Moreover I also read that some states require the exam whereas some don't.
    It will be very helpful if you could elaborate about it.

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    To study, or to work? To study there is an admissions exam, but I know nothing about that. To work, it depends on the Bundesland.

    So yes, there are state exams, but I have no idea which Bundesland requires what... again, I do not work in Germany, I work in Switzerland. I would recommend either 1) talking with the officials for the Bundesland that interests you, or 2) contacting a good medical recruiter, who will not only know all of the requirements for the areas in which they are working, but exactly what is required to get hired overall.

    Frankly, I would probably recommend the latter.
    Last edited by devildoc8404; 03-05-2016 at 05:50 PM. Reason: Bundesland, not Bundesstaat. Duh.

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    Hey I came across over the web that Germany has relaxed it's rules somewhat, for the non-eu & also started issuing some blue card for visa purpose to highly educated people . Is it any good for migrating there?? I mean does it help to migrate there......

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    I do not know whether or not the Germans have relaxed immigration standards, but they have definitely INCREASED their hiring standards for physicians. Whereas it used to be that one could fairly easily find a position speaking B2-level German, those days are disappearing. I graduated with a guy last year (EU citizen, EU medical diploma) who received a job offer which was then changed to require C2-level German (he was at B2), and they said they would hold his job for a few months until he reached the language requirement. If he did not pass it by a certain date, then he would have the job offer rescinded.

    There are also telephone and personal interviews, along with clinical German exams in some locations before they will grant an Approbation certificate.

    (Medicine is funny like that... yeah, you need to be highly educated, but you also kind of need to be able to communicate effectively with patients and colleagues.) A good German medical recruiter will be able to help you determine exactly what visa options are available to you as a physician, but you will need to speak at least B2 German before contacting them if you actually want them to help you with anything.

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    A private hospital group of acute, specialist and rehabilitation clinics based in Germany is currently offering an innovative program for foreign medical graduates with Level B2 certificate from Goethe Institute.

    I am Shreyas Brahmbhatt. I am based in Vadodara, Gujarat and I am responsible for all the due diligence of Indian applicants for the program.

    The eligible candidates will join the hospital in Germany for a 6-month program on 01/07/2014

    During the first 3 months, the hospital will improve candidates' German language skills up to level C1. The emphasis will be on medical language skills.

    For the following 3 months, the candidates will work in the hospital under the guidance of a mentor and learn German medical skills.

    The total duration of the language + practical skills training is 730 hours.

    The candidates will be provided with a single/double bedroom + 3 meals + 200 Euros monthly allowance

    Also, during the program, the candidates will have an opportunity to get exposure in all major Medical, Paramedical and Surgical specialties.

    Upon successful completion of the program, based on performance, the candidates may be offered a full-time position as an 'Assistant Physician' in the specialty of their choice at one of the hospitals.

    Minimum requirements:
    - MBBS
    - German language proficiency: Level B2 Certificate from Goethe Institute

    Note:
    Only those candidates who have secured a fully-paid 'Assistant Physician' position in an approved German hospital are eligible to complete the residency (5 - 6 years) and achieve the title of 'Specialist' in Germany.

    Please PM me for further information.

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    (No prior German language skills needed to join the program)

    A private hospital group of acute, specialist and rehabilitation clinics based in Germany has tied up with a University in Germany which runs an innovative 1-year program for foreign medical graduates with no prior German language skills.

    The suitable candidates will join the University in Germany for the 1-year program in October 2014.

    During the program the participants will go through intensive German language classes at the university in the mornings. The participants will be prepared up to level C1 and will appear in the exam at the end of the program.

    Following the language classes, the participants will spend time at the local hospital as an observer and gain valuable practical German medical skills as well as learn about the German healthcare system. While at the hospital, the participants will have an opportunity to get exposure in all major Medical, Paramedical and Surgical specialties.

    Upon successful completion of the program, based on performance, the candidates may be offered a full-time position as an 'Assistant Physician' in the specialty of their choice at one of the group hospitals.

    The salary of an ‘Assistant Physician’ ranges from 2500 € - 4000 € a month depending on the candidates’ previous work experience.

    Only after securing a full-time position as an ‘Assistant Physician’, a candidate can complete the postgraduate medical residency (5 – 6 years) and achieve the title of ‘Specialist’ in Germany.

    Minimum requirements:
    - MBBS

    Please contact me for further information

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    ee that Germany is hurting for doctors, why is that? Cause they DO NOT make any money, compared to other places (USA, Switzerland). The doctors are striking, my wife is a 1st year resident in IM and she is responsible for over 15 Patients daily at a teaching hospital, it is so overwhelming and she is not getting TAUGHT.

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    Anyone can share information for the program that offer intensive language German and obsevership in hospital?pay salary is. It everything but knowledge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiroshi View Post
    Anyone can share information for the program that offer intensive language German and obsevership in hospital?pay salary is. It everything but knowledge
    There is no salary for these programs offering German language training and clinical observerships. Generally YOU pay them for privilege of training, taking the C1 language exam (which you need to pass or the time and effort was wasted), and then applying for jobs. That is why these cats advertise on VMD (and elsewhere) -- to make money off of people who want to train in Germany. The one above says that they offer housing and food and a little spending cash, but I would vet the hell out of that before making any plans.

    If(f) you are fortunate enough to be hired into a residency position as an Assistenzarzt, that is when you begin to receive a salary. This salary varies dramatically according to Bundesland and hospital, but it is generally a living wage. Not much more than that, though.
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