In Germany, due to the shortage of skilled workers in the medical professions, qualified specialists are being sought and demand will continue to rise in the next few years. As a doctor, physiotherapist, health and nurse or midwife / obstetrician, you have a wide range of career opportunities, both a classic career in employment or self-employment in a hospital, a practice or a rehabilitation facility, as well as positions outside of traditional medicine.
Due to the high requirements for the recognition of the regulated professions, which include medical professions in Germany, foreign specialists need a lot more. We therefore also provide you with professional and individual guidance on important professional goals:
|How and where can I specialize in Germany?|
|How do I get an optimal position in a hospital or in a facility in order to get a secure permanent position?|
|How do I deal with the authorities and master formal difficulties, such as exam dates?|
Vidacta brings together qualified specialists and medical institutions and accompanies you to your career success and a permanent position in Germany.
As an applicant from third countries, you must apply for a visa at the embassy of your country. With the Skilled Workers Immigration Act, which came into force on March 1, 2020, simplified regulations apply to entry into Germany. So that your application is successful. Vidacta will be happy to assist you in choosing the right documents.
The professional title "doctor" or "doctor" is regulated in Germany. In order to be able to work as a doctor in Germany, your qualifications must therefore be recognized as equivalent by the competent authority. If you have completed your medical training abroad, you need a state license, the so-called Approbation, to practice the profession and to take up employment in Germany. Vidacta will inform you about entry requirements and support you in the recognition process.
Medical professionals need sufficient knowledge of German, at least language level B1 / B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference. Doctors who come to Germany from abroad and want to work as a doctor must also prove when applying for a license to practice medicine that they have the necessary knowledge of the German language. In addition to the German certificate of language level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, a technical language examination for medicine of level C1 must be proven. Vidacta accompanies you with different learning formats to your learning success.
Fill out the Vidacta contact form and upload the documents
Our applicant management team will contact you immediately and arrange a virtual interview with you in order to find the perfect employer for your qualifications and strengths. Interview, um für Ihre Qualifikationen und Stärken den perfekten Arbeitgeber zu finden.
We support you in your professional recognition und adaptation and accompany you in the handling of all official processes
During the entire placement process, you will improve your language skills and prepare for life in Germany through numerous integration projects.
If the recognition has been successfully completed, you can look forward to starting your career with your employer. We would be happy to advise you on further linguistic and professional training that will continue to be available to you after onboarding.