I am a male student about to begin school for an R.N. in New York State. I am thinking about my future as it relates to nursing and travel. I'm sure one can't travel around to various locations every few months. I'm sure the language and regional regulations are essential. I'm wondering about
1.) Where I can look for concrete resources on such regulations and requirements.
2.) Examples of what a life nursing abroad can be like. Stories of moving around multiple times in this profession.
3.) If United States army bases are legitimate options, and ideas of what they are like to work on.
...Anything like that.
I have no specific destination, but I am considering cities to live in such as:
Does anyone have knowledge of what is required in these cities/countries? Ultimately I'm trying to decide on a destination so that I can begin working on the requirements of the country I'm interested in. Knowing the plausibility/flexibility of some of these countries would be helpful.
Jun 28, '12
by loriangel14 Guide
Are you getting your BSN? That would be essential for nursing abroad.For Montreal you would need to be fluent in French and you would need to be fluent in the native language of the other countries you have listed.Coming from a non EU country you will have a lot of difficulty getting a work permit in Europe.
Last edit by loriangel14 on Jun 28, '12