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    Residency training in Germany for non EU

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    Hi there. I am looking for some help in applying for approbation in Germany. Does anyone know which states are easier at approving foreign medical credentials? I have heard that north and east german states are best, however if anyone knows which exact states people have the best chances of getting approbation with a non eu medical degree please do let me know your suggestions. Also any good German recruiter suggestions would be welcome. I completed medical school in the Caribbean but I am a Canadian citizen. Thanks!

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    Bayern is a lot easier than many others on many requirements. I am no longer up to speed on all of the Bundesland hoops from place to place, but the one nearest me (Baden-Württemberg) is supposed to be pretty tough in comparison.

    However, you also need to check with each German jurisdiction that interests you specifically regarding acceptance of your Caribbean diploma, as there are a number of places in Europe that are disinclined to accept Carib credentials.

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    You should send an email to an Ärztekammer and ask whether your diploma will be accepted. Another obstacle to you getting an Approbation is the exam, which for EU nationals is a simple medical language exam, but for non-EU nationals can be a medical theory exam. The topics covered aren't hard, but answering (and understanding!) questions on the spot in German can be a daunting task.

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    aha thanks guys

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    Great and useful post. Creating content regularly is very tough.Thanks you.

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