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FAQs

  1. What license do I need to work and live in Ireland?

    All the nurses need to register with NMBI to work as a nurse in Ireland. Below is the website where you can visit and register yourself.
    https://www.nmbi.ie/Registration

  2. Do I need to qualify an English Language Test?

    Unless you have had your education in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, or the UK, you need to take the IELTS/OET test. We have our in-house IELTS/OET training institute where you can get the best training along with the OSCE & CBT prep. We are determined to provide the best quality material and coach to make sure that you clear the test in one go. We are a one-stop solution that provides you training, documentation assistance, and job interviews with the best hospitals out there.
    For more info, you can always call us - +91-9810017608

  3. What is the minimum score I need to get in order to clear my English language test?

    IELTS Academic Test: minimum scores
    Listening - 6.5, Reading – 6.5, Writing Speaking – 7.0, Overall – 7.0
    The test is valid for only 2 years from the date of result issued.
    OET Test: minimum scores
    Listening –C+, Reading – C+, Writing & Speaking – B,
    The test is valid for only 2 years from the date of result issued.

  4. What documents and other requirement do I need to fulfill to get a nurse job in Ireland?

    In order to get a nurse job in Ireland, you need to fulfill the below requirement:

    a. NMBI Decision Letter
    b. Temporary NMBI Certificate
    c. Employment Contract from the Hospital

  5. What is the standard working week in Ireland?

    If we talk about the healthcare sector, the standard working week in Ireland is 39 hours. You’ll also get 4 weeks’ leave per year other than 9 public holidays per year. A few employees give more leaves than this depending on their leaves policies.

  6. Do I need to pay income tax in Ireland?

    Yes. You are allowed a certain amount of tax-free allowance every month, above that amount, whatever you earn comes under the taxed income.

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Eligibility Criteria

  • GNM / Bsc in Nursing
  • IELTS / OET passed
  • Minimum 1 year of clinical experience required

Training

  • IELTS
  • OET
  • Prometric
  • HAAD
  • DHA
  • CBT
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