Information for junior doctors and medical specialists

(for non-EU doctors): we first assist you by providing invitation letters in order to receive the necessary Visa.

The German medical specialist has become a brand of his own. The German medical specialist stands for performance and quality, structure and knowledge, expertise and experience which provides hospitals and their patients the security of competence and safety.
Some very wealthy oil-countries send their junior doctors to follow their post-graduate medical training in Germany. They send their junior doctors with full scholarships to Germany in order to become a medical specialist. They do this due to the high level of quality which the German post-graduate medical training program provides. Therefore, Germany plays a significant role within the medical field. As such, German medical specialists are wanted worldwide!
Our service contains the complete guidance until you received a signed contract from a hospital in Germany, where you as a junior doctor can do a paid post-graduate training in order to become a medical specialist.

We offer full assistance by introducing you to clinics and hospitals, offering assistance for:


Application for a German medical license in order to practice medicine in Germany.



(for non-EU doctors): we first assist you by providing invitation letters in order to receive the necessary Visa.


Language training

Together with our co-operation professional language school we offer a professional language training.


Job interview

We have a special teacher who will prepare you for the interview.



Providing rooms with a separate toilet and shower.


Curriculum Vitae


In general:

– Motivational letter: expressive description of your reasons why you want to work in a certain department
– Which responsibilities/tasks did you have in your previous and current jobs? (which treatments and procedures have you conducted?)


1. Passport photo
Please add a current photo of you to your CV. Don’t forget to smile!
Pay attention to your clothing and a professional appearance (men with tie). The photo should be positioned in the upper, right corner of the CV.

2. Personal data
First name, last name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, date of birth, place of birth, gender, marital status

3. Education
(university, also give the website/homepage): from when to when?

4. Work experience
(medical specialist training, work as assistant doctor, etc.). Always name the clinics and their website and name the corresponding time period (DD.MM.YY until DD.MM.YY).

5. No abbreviations!
Always spell names or designations in full words!

6. Publications
Please pay attention to complete references. Name the title, all authors, co-authors, name of the journal, year of publication.

7. Languages
Begin with naming the mother tongue and then name others.
Which level? For example: B2/C1/C2.

8. List of surgical procedures
(for surgeons and anesthetists) please make a list of surgeries you have conducted in a tabular form. This list should contain procedures/treatments which have been conducted until today and the number of procedures. Please differentiate between procedures you have conducted autonomously and the ones that you have assisted. Only name surgeries that you were involved in, that means not the ones you only observed!

Please send the completed form to



In order to enter Germany as a non-EU citizen, you need to have a Visa.
If you are starting with German language courses in Germany, you need to have a Study-Visa. Later after finishing your language course and if we have found a position for you, then it is not necessary to go back to your Home-country.
In fact, we can organize in Germany to exchange your Study-visa into a Work-visa.

EU citizens do not need a Visa for Germany because they can travel all over Europe but you have to register yourself at the city registration office.

The new Visa regulations from 01.08.2012 (Blue Card) says that at first, you get a temporary Blue Card for 22 months. After this period you can already demand for a permanent Visa.

Language training

In order to get the right information, the conversation with your patients is very important to achieve the core task of your profession, namely healing your patient.
Therefore it is also necessary to be able to “ hear and listen between the lines”.

This is one of the main reasons why you should learn German in Germany!

Starting at the 1st of January 2016, you need to provide a C1 level German language diploma in order to get your license to practice medicine in Germany. Furthermore, in every state of Germany, the “Chamber of Doctors” organize a so called “Patient-Communication-Test”.
This oral exam checks your communication skills on C1 Level.
In Germany, there are a lot a language schools, but just a few of them are professional. After our longtime experience, we only work with really professional language schools. They are able to train our doctors in a way which is sufficient not to only integrate the doctors in the German society but more important in the German hospitals.

Be aware that only members of ALTE (Association of Language Testers in Europe) are professional language schools. Although there are a lot of language schools which name themselves e.g. “Academy of German Language” but still they are not professional. Only when they are member of the ALTE Associations, they are really professional.

Job interview

Before you start to do interviews in German hospitals, we have a special German application teacher who will prepare you for this interview. She knows exactly which questions the head of the medical department, the medical director and the head of HRM are going to ask you. For this very important job-interview, she will help you not only to improve your German language skills but also to perform convincing and with confidence.


If you arrive at the language school in Germany, we offer good housing with a separate bathroom and toilet. If you find a position in a hospital in Germany, the hospitals mostly offer accommodation for starting doctors. If not, we support you to find a convenient housing. The accommodation in small cities is quite cheap (for about 7 €/m²). In big cities like Munich or Berlin it goes up to 30-40 €/m².

Remuneration and working contract

The German post-graduate medical training to become a medical specialist is a paid training.
The remuneration for a starting junior doctor is a monthly rate of net € 2400,-
The remuneration for a starting medical specialist is a monthly rate of net € 3200,-
This is without weekend or night duties. These duties add about €600. A normal week consists of about 40 to 42 working hours, which is kept up-to-date electronically. Overtime is paid in money or free time. The remuneration in Germany is almost equal in entire Germany although there are small differences between state- and private hospitals. After the first six months of probation-time, you will receive a permanent contract.