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African healthcare presents a large range of growing opportunities in medical devices, consumables, services and digital technologies. Healthcare is a vital sector for the wellbeing and prosperity of African, as other, societies. Healthcare also contributes to sustainable economic development. Especially now, in light of the COVID-19 crisis, a renewed focus on healthcare, quality service delivery and innovation has the potential to energize an already growing and important sector. With a growing economy and a huge number of businesses working to fill niches in the markets, Africa presents many opportunities for foreign professionals, and expatriates especially have the potential to earn large salaries.


A range of climates such as the equatorial climate, the tropical wet and dry climate, the tropical monsoon climate, the semi-arid climate (semi-desert and steppe), the desert climate (hyper-arid and arid), the humid subtropical climate, and the subtropical highland climate.


English, French and Arabic


IELTS or equivalent
















Asia Pacific


The National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) is a standardized test that the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) has introduced to determine if a candidate is ready to be licensed as an entry-level nurse in Australia.This examination can be taken in most of the countries and is conducted by Pearson VUE NCLEX RN Examination.


Japanese language test, IELTS, TOEFL, and TEPS are all required for entry.

  Getting Registered as RN in New Zealand

Your nursing qualification must be like a Bachelor of Nursing degree in New Zealand. A Bachelor’s degree is at level 7 on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF). B. Sc, Post B.Sc., or M.Sc. in Nursing are usually comparable to level 7 on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF).

  Work Experience

You must be ready to provide evidence that you simply have practiced nursing for a minimum of two years (including 2,500 hours) within the last five years, as defined below.

  English Language Requirements

Any one of the below tests is sure of being accepted.

You must be ready to exchange information with patients, colleagues, employers, and other health professionals in an efficient manner.

The Nursing Council-approved English tests are the Occupational English Test (OET) and the International English Testing System (IELTS).

  • IELTS score of overall and Individual 7
  • OET B (minimum score of 350 for every band)






New Zealand

Papua New Guinea





Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)


Destination Kazakhstan, a republic in Central Asia, south of Russia, that extends east from the Caspian Sea to the Altai Mountains and China in west. Until 1991 Kazakhstan was one of the fifteen Soviet republics. Border countries are China, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.

  Work Permits for Kazakhstan

To obtain the right to stay and work in Kazakhstan, you’ll need a work permit, usually organized by your employer, which can involve considerable expense and form-filling. Many companies will employ legal consultants to make sure this is done perfectly. It’s worth being aware that the government limits work permits to a certain number each year and also that the rules are subject to change


Historically, the name Azerbaijan refers to a larger region that formed part of Persia (Iran). Azerbaijan is bordered by the Caspian Sea in east, by Iran in south, by Armenia in west, and Georgia and Russia in the north. The Azeri autonomous republic of Nakhchivan forms an enclave within the Republic of Armenia, in a narrow part in west it borders Turkey. Its highest mountain is Bazarduzu Dagi with 4,485 m.

With an area of 86,600 km² the country is slightly larger than Austria or slightly smaller than the U.S. state of Maine.




GERMANY- German Language Exam

To be considered for assessment by the German Nursing Council, a nurse must complete the B1 level in the German language. To work as a Registered Nurse, however, you must complete the B2 level. In Germany, nurses can complete the B2 level.


French language proficiency


The first step is to apply to the Italian Ministry of Health to have your professional qualification recognized. Once your qualification has been rated as equivalent by decree, you have to contact the competent provincial OPI since before registering, you must take an examination to ascertain your knowledge of the Italian language and special provisions ruling nursing practice in Italy. The Italian Ministry of Health may decide that the recognition of your professional qualification is subject to the completion of a compensation measure to be carried out in a university school of nursing.

The decree loses its effect if the applicant does not register within two years from the date of its issue.







United Kingdom












Latin America

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Middle East

HAAD (Abu Dhabi)

The full form of HAAD is the Health Authority of Abu Dhabi. This institution is responsible for regulating the practice of nursing in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. This examination is conducted to ensure that nurses are secure to practice within the guidelines framed by HAAD policy and regulation. These licensing exams will determine the nurses to suit to practice as Registered Nurse (RN) and Practical Nurse (PN).

For Nursing and Midwifery, Registered Nurse, Assistant Nurse, School Nurse and Nurse Practitioner need to take Computer Based Testing (CBT). CBT includes multiple choice questions.


All foreign nurses need to pass the Prometric Examination to be allowed to work as a Registered Nurse in Saudi Arabia. The test will be conducted for 2 hours to complete 70 questions of multiple choice format. The test will be conducted as a Computer-Based Test and the results will be declared immediately after the test. They are given a percentage to pass in several specialties, for nurse technicians, the passing score is 45%, for nurse specialists, it is 50%.

The questions format for nursing tech consists of Nursing Fundamentals (28%), Medical (23%), Surgical (20%), Pediatric (16%) and Community (13%). For Nurse Specialists, tests will be conducted on assessment (10%), Nursing Problem (6%), Planning (20%), Implementation (50%) and Evaluation (14%).


For foreign nurses, they need to seek registration and licensure given Supreme Council of Health to practice nursing in Qatar. The SCH has partnered with Prometric MENA to provide computer based medical licensing examination to assess the competency for nurses to work in the State of Qatar.


Like Abu Dhabi, the Dubai Health Authority conducts licensing exams to qualify for nurses to work in the Emirate of Dubai. Dubai Health Authority is concerned about improving the health care services and the Safety of the population with high quality care.

DHA is a computer based test. For nursing professionals, the test will include different subjects such as Fundamentals of Nursing, Medical and Surgical, OBG, Oncology and Pharmacology.

  DHA- Prometric Examination

DHA-Prometric Examination is conducted for different specialties such as Assistant Nurse, Registered Nurse and Registered Midwife. The test will be multiple Choice questions and test duration will be 2 hours. There will be 70 multiple choice questions and need to choose the best answer to each question. Candidates need to obtain a 60% score to clear the DHA-Prometric Exam, nearly 42 questions should be correct.






Saudi Arabia



North America


CRNE test format will be multiple choice questions, it comprises 200 multiple choice questions. The examination results will be reported as “Pass” or “Fail”. The questions will be both independent and case-based questions. Case-based questions will be based on health-case scenarios. The test determines the competencies of nurses in four broad categories such as Professional Practice, Nurse-Client Partnership, Health and Wellness, and Changes in Health.


The NCLEX test is conducted to test the knowledge, skills and competencies required for the safe and effective practice of nursing at entry level. NCLEX is a computer based test. Questions are multiple choice types, answers will be marked as either right or wrong. There will be 75 to 265 items listed as questions, out of this, 15 are pretest items that are not scored. The time duration is about 6 hours.

The NCLEX-PN examination contains 85 to 205 items. From these items, 25 are pre-test items that are scored. The test duration is about 5 hours.




The German-speaking population has been an inseparable part of the world’s greatest creations in both arts and sciences thus almost every academic discipline has a long and outstanding tradition of success stories, in Germany and beyond. Germany has the world’s best health care system and is one of the most popular medical countries for tourists. The health care system of Germany is world-famous and is known globally for the best services. The quality education from such a country will not only be a great learning experience but an added advantage of a great career afterwards.

Universities in Germany are known to excel in both infrastructure and curricula. Optimal facilities providing contemporary technology, and a diversified professional staff that contributes to compounding an enlightening curricula, ensure promising future generations of experts regardless of the discipline. Higher education in Germany is mainly funded by the state and as such it is literally free of charge for domestic and international students alike. Studying in Germany not only comes for free, but you can also do it in English if your German language skills are not so good. English is an international and widely spoken language, taught as a second language in the majority of schools around the world. Practice-oriented universities in Germany have agreements with great companies, providing students with internships. These may not always be paid, but could lead to a great future job after obtaining your degree.


Temperate, rainy climate zone




Pursing a nursing career in the rest of the world except Germany requires a bachelor’s degree or Master’s Degree. Then the students have to undergo lectures and hospital duties for four years but, Germany follows a different route. The students coming from other countries as Nurses, have to work as an apprentice and must spend 2500 hours of practical training and require 2100 hours of theoretical knowledge. As an intern, you can expect to earn about €800 a month.

South Korea

South Korea has been attracting a lot of international students into their undergraduate, graduate and research programmes. There are about 400 national and private universities and some universities have state-of-the-art research facilities in several new and emerging scientific fields.

Universities that are oriented towards international students conduct 30% of their lectures in English Language. Graduate programmes have more lectures in English than undergraduate courses. There are some universities where all the courses are taught in English. Another option is to enroll in Korean language course prior to the academic session. The academic year starts usually in March for spring season and September for fall. A prospective student should start making preparations one year prior to the intended time of arrival. Tuition fee varies depending on the university. Generally, the national universities are cheaper than private ones.

Capital : Seoul
Currency : South Korean won
Official Languages : Korean, Korean Sign Language
Famous Cities : Seoul, Busan, Incheon
Famous Universities : Seoul National University (SNU), Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU)

During the last ten years, Korea has become one of the most popular destinations for international students studying in Asia. It is attractive, trendy, and has a lot for a newcomer to indulge in and explore.  We see a “Korea Wave”, a global phenomenon, with the increasing popularity of K-pop, Korean-dramas, and Korean fashion. Apart from the pop culture influence, Korea is the leading force in the digital technology industry, being one of the most innovative countries with a highly Internet-connected society.

For a food lover, great Korean food is not restricted to the high-end restaurants but can also be easily found from its vibrant street vendors. Food in Korea is not only price friendly, but also healthy and rich in taste. In Korea, traditional Confucianism from ancient China meets the influence of American and Japanese modern culture.

There are also a lot of practical factors that make studying in Korea a great choice: living costs are cheaper than in many other developed countries, the tuition fees are reasonable and affordable. With its economic and political upheaval, modernized Korea is famous for its good quality of education and a high standard of health care. It is a safe and secure country with good travel connections to neighboring countries. Trips to China, Japan, and the rest of Asia on weekends or holidays add more perspective to the experience of living and studying in Korea.

  Educational System

As in most countries in the world, Korean students need to finish 12 years of schooling through primary school (6years), middle school (3years), and high school (3years) to enter tertiary education at universities and colleges. As in the US, universities offer 4 years bachelor degrees and 2 years master programs followed by doctoral programs. There are also vocational schools and junior colleges with a lower threshold of admission.

An academic year in universities has two semesters: spring semester from March-June and fall semester September–December. Semesters are usually 15 weeks long.

Study options for international students in Korea

To study in Korea, international students can choose from the following options:

  • 1-2 study abroad semesters taught in English as a visiting student (if you are enrolled in a university in your home country).
  • Korean Language programs short summer courses or 10-60 weeks semester programs at Korean universities. Read more about studying Korean language courses in Korea.
  • Degree programs taught in Korean and/or English covering a wide range of subjects.

Korean language is essential for culture integration. Without knowing Korean language daily life in the local society is difficult and inconvenient. Knowing Korean at Topik 3 level or higher is often a prerequisite for degree programs in Korea since even degree programs taught in English often include some classes taught in Korean

Therefore most international students start their studies in Korea with language learning at the Korean Language Institute (KLI) of one of Korea’s many universities. There are also a few private Korean language schools, but unlike the university KLI’s private language schools cannot sponsor a student visa. So if you want to study in Korea for three months or longer the universities are your best bet.

Korean language programs in universities consist of 4 quarters a year (Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter), with 10 weeks each quarter. You usually have language classes 4 hours per day (either in the morning or afternoon), five days a week.


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