The UK has one of the most revolutionary and progressive healthcare systems in the world. Whether you work for the NHS or a private healthcare provider, you can be sure that you are joining a national workforce who not only provides first-class care, but makes history each and every day.
Many of the NHS Trusts that we partner with offer fantastic training options for their nurses, from full inductions and preceptorships to complete career development programmes, opening up a world of training opportunities in specialist areas and locations.
When you're not at work, the UK has a huge variety of activities and recreational opportunities on offer. Click here to access the complete guide to destinations, accommodation, transport and things to do.
Benefits of nursing in the UK
NMC registration process
You will need to apply for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) for nursing jobs in the UK. Find out about the application process for overseas nurses by clicking here.
Nurses interested in working in the UK are required to demonstrate their English language proficiency. Read about the IELTS test and how we can help you pass the IELTS listening, reading, speaking and writing modules.
Do you have right of abode?
Find out about the certificate of entitlement and if you qualify for right of abode in the UK.
Requirements for nurses outside of the EU/EEA
Check out the education, practice and registration requirements for nurses looking to work in the UK.
Applying for a visa
If you need to apply for a visa, learn about the eligibility criteria and visa application process by clicking here.
Find out how we have helped other nurses develop their NHS careers and relocate to the UK.
"I have received a huge amount of support from Medacs Healthcare. Sergio found me my nursing job, and arranged the Skype interviews and examinations. Jessica negotiated the salary with the NHS Trust and helped me with my accommodation, relocation costs and travel plans.
"During my journey from Madrid to Bath, my flight was delayed and then rerouted to London which meant my hotel and taxi bookings needed changing. The team at Medacs Healthcare informed the hospital's HR department about the delay and guided me until I arrived at the hospital. The team supported me throughout the entire journey and I am very thankful for it. I will never forget that experience."
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