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Whether you are looking for a work placement or continuity of your studies here are some helpful points for your consideration

  • Get required IELTS level. It is for the patients’ safety and for your own professional security; and you will not progress your application without a score of 7.5;
  • Do your research and look up for different ways of entry, chose a more personal approach if possible by visiting the employer or institution;
  • If you do not have a clear preference check up on number of applications submitted last year – they would reflect competitiveness;
  • Follow up, chase and be on the top of your application process – nobody cares about it more than you do;
  • Do not submit generic CV – find the curriculum of your chosen specialty or description of your role and tailor CV against it;
  • Use the same medical terms as they are in the country where you applying, for instance Family Doctor is General Practitioner in the UK;
  • Check your job offers and contracts against BMA guidance (for UK applicants);
  • Always ask for the job description, particularly if you get offers via agencies or other intermediates – make sure job description matches your qualification and skills. Do not jeopardise your career;
  • Plan your steps, the sequence of them and consider time management;
  • Contact Verumed consultants for advice, it’s free.