How to Study Nursing in Germany for International Students
With the global population growth rate on a decline, most countries face the various inevitable problems of an aging population. The low number of working-age people in a country not only affects the economic growth of the country, but it also influences the quality of welfare and healthcare of the older population in the country.
Germany is one of the top 10 countries in the world with a large population over the age of 65. According to estimation, the nursing sector in Germany will need 150,000 new nurses by 2025. It is not surprising that the country is actively recruiting nurses from abroad to look after its citizens who are in their golden ages.
If you have already gone through a nursing education or you are a nurse looking to work in Germany, you will be able to do so after going through an “Anerkennung”, a recognition process of your professional qualification, and passing it. If you are a student who would like to become a nurse in Germany, there are several paths that you can choose from.
In this article, we will be going over how to study nursing in Germany, so let’s take a look!