Due to the shortage of skilled workers in the field of obstetrics, Germany has adopted specific policies to attract and encourage this force to make the situation more attractive for enthusiasts to work in the country. Midwives in Germany are very popular. Midwives have been covered by insurance since the beginning of their career. They can easily work independently or in the hiring of hospitals. This period is officially held under the auspices of the Ministry of Science and the Ministry of Labor. The applicant will participate in the specialized training courses ranging between 20 and 18 months. After completing this period, the applicant will be employed as midwife in hospitals and the regular mamma’s rights are higher than 2000.
- German Language degree (B1)
- Skill scores above 80%
- Degree average above 15
- At least 2 years of work experience
- Maximum age 50 years
- Program timeframe 6 to 8 months
- School degrees from secondary school, university and university.
- send the required documents to Germany
- Admission to German colleges with 1 year insurance
- Embassy appointment
- 1 year visa
- The applicant first attends specialized courses of 8 to 10 months as a physician or paramedic. After completing the course and completing the relevant examinations, he can work in German hospitals. The government then gives the applicant a one-year work visa, which is a job search visa (Job Seeker). The applicant can apply for permanent residence after 3 months of work.
- Permission to establish an office 3 years after working in hospitals
The sum of 2000 thousand euros as Deposit College has to be paid. If visa fails, 500 euros are deducted from the money and the remaining money is returned to the applicant. The applicant must block around 9,000 in his account, which reflects his ability to pay for his education expenses. The course costs between 10 and 12,000 Euros, with 30% to 50% of the college fee being reimbursed by the government, subject to conditions.