Egyptian Nurse Willing to Work In Europe Please Help Me

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    I'm a male nurse graduated from faculty of nursing in Egypt with critical care experience of 4 years tell now [adult & neonatal] and I'm willing to work in Europe :

    what is the requirements?
    how to apply to work there?

    please help me, i don't have any idea unless that i want to work in Europe as a nurse

    please tell me where to start....

    greetings and many thanks

    rdnrs:
  2. 7 Comments so far...

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    uhm, did you not want to work in the States??

    For Europe....which languages do you speak, and why now Europe??

    5cats
    Fiona59 likes this.
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    Each country will have their own requirements and you will generally need to be fluent in their language.
    ahmed1986 likes this.
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    Quote from 5cats
    uhm, did you not want to work in the States??

    For Europe....which languages do you speak, and why now Europe??

    5cats
    thanks a lot for your interest

    at first the states is the best , but i figured that its hard to go there , so i think Europe is easier and has better chance than the states , because people told me that i have to wait several years to get visa


    and for the languages i speak english very good and willing to learn french ,Italian or German , actually i like learning languages to communicate with people

    rdnrs:
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    Also to point out if not from within the EU you may find it hard to find a employer willing to assist with a work permit. A lot will depend on where your experience is and whether that country has a shortage in that occupation. It isn't a case of applying to the EU but to the country you want to work in
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    To be fluent in a language so you can work as a nurse takes a while, I would look either into the scandinavian countries (Norway, Denmark, not sure about Sweden) or Switzerland.

    5cats
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    Nah, Norwegian and Danish are hard to learn (documentation would be a nightmare).

    Switzerland uses either French or German depending on where you are one is more prevalent than the other.
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    Quote from Fiona59
    Nah, Norwegian and Danish are hard to learn (documentation would be a nightmare).

    Switzerland uses either French or German depending on where you are one is more prevalent than the other.
    and italian in the south (and the german is swiss german, special dialect!)

    A nightmare , maybe, but good working conditions and good pay, and he has to learn a new language anyway, so who knows

    5cats


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