A lifetime opportunity to work at NHS Hospitals

National Health Service (NHS), England, is now actively recruiting international nurses

What is the National Health Service?

The National Health Service (NHS) is a government funded healthcare system and one of the largest employers, globally.

Why is the NHS recruiting international nurses?

Due to a shortage of nurses, services in NHS hospitals across England have been severely hampered. To equalize the demand and supply equilibrium, the NHS is recruiting international nurses to become a part of their healthcare workforce.

Benefits of working with the NHS include:

  • Starting salary of £19,737, which rises to £24,907 upon completion and passing of the OSCE. Then in year 3 of the programme the salary will rise to £26,970
  • Paid return flights to the UK
  • 3 months paid accommodation on arrival
  • 35 days’ holiday (including public holidays)
  • Opportunity to join the NHS Pension scheme
  • Visa allows for travel in and out of the UK
  • Family members (‘dependants’) can come to the UK (they must apply for a UK visa)
  • Opportunity to work paid overtime/extra hours

Registration Fee : AED 500

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OET Training Provided for Nurses

1. What is OET?

OET is an English language test designed for healthcare professionals. It is recognized and trusted by the National Health Service (NHS) and the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) in the UK.

2. Why OET is better than IELTS?

The Occupational English Test (OET) meets the language requirements for registration with the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) in the UK. It is the only language test specific to nursing that is recognized by UKVI for visa and immigration purposes.

3. What is the required score for registration with the NMC?

The Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) accepts a C+ grade in Writing, alongside a minimum B grade in the OET Listening, Reading and Speaking sub-tests.

Fee for 6 weeks - AED 1400

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