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Nurses for the UK

NHS Professionals International is part of the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK. We currently partner with over 120 hospitals all around England – our job is to help our hospitals with a whole range of workforce matters, so that they can focus on caring for patients.

Every year we recruit and support thousands of candidates with their journey in becoming a Registered Nurse and offering permanent positions at some of the best acute hospitals in the NHS across England.

Benefits in joining the programme

Where can you work?

Many of our hospitals are attached to renowned universities and offer continuing education and professional development as a priority – often providing free training courses and paid study leave as part of their commitment to your continued education.

We can make sure that whichever hospital you choose, you will be supported through an excellent training programme from day one – ensuring every chance of passing the Nursing & Midwifery Council’s (NMC) Objective Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE) at the first sitting. 

Your next steps

NHS Professionals International provides individual tailored support to ensure you have the best possible experience of coming to live and work the UK. We understand the challenges you face, and we are here to support you every step of the way. Your typical journey in becoming a Registered Nurse will include: 

  • Take English Language test (If not already completed)
  • Interview with your selected NHS Trust
  • Take computer-based test (CBT)
  • Confirm start date and fly to the UK
  • Move into your accommodation.
  • Start Trust induction and OSCE training.
  • Take OSCE exam
  • Achieve NMC Pin Number
  • Become a Registered Nurse in the UK

Once you have completed your training and become a Registered Nurse, you can register to join the NHSP staff bank. By joining NHSP staff bank, you will be able to start looking forward to a choice of flexible shifts, as well as the ability to develop professionally and gain additional experience within your ward, area, or department.

If you are registering with a recruitment agent in the country where you live, please enquire about NHS Professionals for more information.

We can’t wait to welcome you to the NHS!

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