There are many benefits of working as a nurse in the United Kingdom (UK), but if you are considering a move to the UK to work in the National Health Service (NHS) or a private hospital, there are a few steps you need to take before you can practice as a registered nurse.
Benefits of working in the UK
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. Steeped in history, the UK offers the perfect mix of vibrant, modern cities and a wealth of rural landscapes - from the snowy mountain ranges in Scotland and the rolling Oxford countryside, to the sandy shores of the West Country.
Find out more about what the UK has to offer by clicking here – the complete guide to destinations, accommodation, transport and things to do.
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