German for doctors

.....to prepare for the medical language examinations in Niedersachsen (Hannover) and Hessen (Frankfurt).

The medical language examination in Frankfurt is recognized in three federal states: in Hessen, Schleswig-Holstein and Saarland.

Information about the exams can be found here: Links:

Specialized language examination in Lower Saxony
Specialist exam in Hessen


The modular training is aimed at foreign physicians who are looking for work in a German hospital.


The need for well-trained doctors continues to increase. According to the "German Health News", there are 110000 doctors missing in Germany until 2030. Therefore, well-qualified doctors with a foreign qualification also have very good chances of finding attractive positions in a German hospital. In order to work as a doctor in Germany, you also need sufficient language skills. The Medical Association of Lower Saxony in Hanover and the Telc GmbH in Frankfurt carry out the specialized language examination for foreign doctors. We prepare you for these exams.

Our module contents are based on the current linguistic and communicative requirements in hospital operation. The modules build on each other and are not individually bookable.

Further details can be found

at the Medical Association of Lower Saxony.

Target group: Physicians with a university degree in medicine

    Degrees:

  • Specialized Language Examination at the Medical Association in Hanover or at the Telc GmbH in Frankfurt (Telc German B2 / C1 Medicine Special Language Examination)
  • Carrier certificate: Certificate of successful completion of the specialized language course with assessment of written skills: listening comprehension, grammar, written communication (doctor's letter) as well as oral skills: anamnesis interview, information discussion and conversation with the medical colleague (patient case presentation)

Requirements

  • Deutsch für Ärzte - BewerbungstrainingUniversity degree in Medicine

  • Deutschkurse für Ärzte - VermittlungOccupation / Approval in the home country

  • Deutsch für Ärzte - BeratungOccupation / Approval in the home country

Class times (face-to-face lessons):

Mondays to Fridays from 8:30 to 13:30

(We reserve the right to change the timetable)

Trainer-supported self-study with online supplementary materials

Approximately 2 h daily

 
Odile Ullner, Director of Deutsch for Docs, explains to Indian doctors the course plan for a long-term language course (A2 to B2 + FSP course).



Here, participants report on their experiences in the FSP course at Deutsch for Docs:



Dr. Wazeem Shahul from India:



Dr. Tenzil Gomez from India:



Dr. Ekene Igboerika from Nigeria:



Dr. Vira Kobets from Ukraine:



 

Information

  • Deutschkurse für Ärzte - VermittlungPromotion:

    By education voucher (SGBIII / II) of the employment agency
    see also here


  • Deutsch für Ärzte - BeratungJob search:

    Application training; individual coaching; Contacts to clinics in Lower Saxony; Coaching before job interviews


  • Deutsch für Ärzte - BeratungTrainer:

    Experienced doctors and German lecturers with the additional qualification "German for physicians"