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addtext_com_MDEyMDIwMjU5Njg5Post Graduate Medical Specialist Training in Germany throws up great challenges for Doctors from abroad. It not only requires you to learn a new language but also exposes you to the rigorous demands of the German Education system and expects you to adapt to a very different Hospital culture. 

We are fully equipped to prepare you to successfully apply for a PG Medical Specialist Training position Germany.  Our vast experience in the Germany Medical preparation and training arena has given us deep insights into the challenges faced by foreign doctors aspiring to obtain PG Medical specialist training positions in Germany. The structure of Our Post-Graduate Mentoring Program (PGMP) is flexible and reflects the ever evolving needs of the German Hospitals while considering the specific requirements of the participants.

If you are a hardworking young Medical doctor with a Medical degree from outside the EU and wish to obtain the highly coveted Medical Specialist qualification –Facharzt-from Germany; we conduct  one of the most successful and proven preparatory program(PGMP) to achieve your dream.

The guiding Philosophy of our PGMP is that it offers more real life exposure and allows each participant to progress at their pace. We prepare each participant to adapt rapidly to the German society in general and specifically to the German healthcare industry to enable them to swiftly integrate into the hospital work culture. Each participant is assessed separately at the beginning and a dedicated training path and pace is set to guide the participant towards the ultimate goal of obtaining the PG Medical Specialist training position.  Adherence to this value system has resulted in  100% success rate of our participants. Rest assured, we offer you the best solution.

Structure of PGMP

PGMP is a 12 month  program. Open to candidates with B2 level in German language.

The program core:

  • Intensive FAST TRACK online preparation module delivered at the comfort of your home.
  • 3 months German language C1 course. Important to achieve advanced communication skills.
  • 1 month induction program to German Medical system and German Medical terminology.This phase also includes intensive practice sessions in simulated Doctor-Patient interactions and with Senior German medical specialists towards the preparation for the Medical language examination conducted by the German Medical Association, resulting in the Temporary license – Berufserlaubnis
  • 1 month Observership/Internship/hospitation at a German hospital. This phase provides the much needed practical introduction to the German Healthcare system and the hospital working environment.
  • 3 months study phase and medical/hospital simulation workshops towards preparation for the Equivalency exam to obtain permanent license -Approbation
  • 4 months intensive Job application training including active application phase for PG Medical Specialist Training position –Assistenzarztstelle

Above all, throughout the program, a lot of professional networking, excursions to healthcare facilities and hospitals, active participation in Medical/healthcare exhibitions and participation in various cultural events are included to enable participants to acquire the skills, knowledge and confidence to function as a Medical doctor as well as responsible member of the German society.

PGMP is delivered in three different versions. They are PREMIUM, VALUE & ECONOMY. The objective of all three versions is same but each differs in the number of direct contact hours offered in various phases.

 
 

51 Comments

  • aanchal

    Want to know abt pg in germany…

    • kanmani

      Good day to the team
      I’m currently a resident medical officer in dermatology specialist settings.i have completed my postgraduate in primary care dermatology and also have completed my fellowship in aesthetic medicine.i am very much interested to pursue my studies and training in dermatology in Germany…im from Malaysia.im very much looking forward for reply.thanks

      • Ashok

        Hello Dr Kanmani

        Procedure follows:

        1.The first step is the initial screening. It takes 3-4 working days and done over email. It has a fee of INR 25,000. Screening fee is refunded if one does not clear the screening. You may start language training if screening is positive.

        2. After reaching B1 level in German language, you need to sign a legal undertaking(this document basically defines our mutual expectations) and pay the first installment of Euro 4000.

        3. After #2, our German counter-part touches base with you and begin your online preparation till you arrive in Germany.

        4. After you obtain B2 level, balance of Euro 8000 is paid. You may also need to open a blocked account in a German bank and deposit Euro 8040-This is your living expense for 12 months.

        5. After #4, Visa and travel to Germany to enter our PGMP (Post-Graduate Mentoring program)

        PGMP involves the below:

        1. Advanced German language B2- C1 – 3 months
        2. Medical German Terminology – 1 month
        3. Internship in a hospital – 1 month
        4. Approbation training – 3 months
        5. Job application training phase – 4 months

        During the PGMP, you will be appearing for Temporary and Permanent licensing(Approbation) exams. Candidates tend to get placed during the last stage of PGMP. Once you obtain a training contract, you join the hospital after work-permit is granted.

        As a PG Medical Specialist trainee, you are entitled to a minimum salary of Euro 4024/PM. This is for a 40hours work week. More hours attract extra wages.

        Hope this helps. Please respond ASAP.

        Thank you
        Kind Regards
        Ashok

        NB: Service tax of 10.3%(current rate) is applicable on all payments made in India.

  • sanil

    Please let me know bout it as I’m interested doing pg in orthopaedic so what are chances please tell me bout it

    • Hello Aanchal

      Please visit all sections especially the FAQ’s on this site to get clarity on PG in Germany. After that, you may ask specific questions which I will be happy to clarify.

      Regards

    • Hello Sanil

      I have already replied to your email.

      Regards

  • Ayesha Naeem

    Hey I want to do PG training in gynae and obs. So please tell me the entire procedure.
    Do I have to give any exam before entering this training program ?
    Now how much do we have to pay for this PGMP program?
    And is this program offere in Germany?

    • Hello Ayesha

      I suppose you had mailed me as well; I have replied too. PGMP is offered in three versions as below:

      1. Premium – 100% contact hours for each modules with individual coaching by HR expert in the Job placement module- Results in quicker placements- Fee is Euro 20000

      2. Value – 70% contact hours – Results in placement but you are expected to undertake 30% self-study(direction and periodic assessment provided)- Fee is Euro 16000

      3. Economy – 50% contact hours- Results in placement but 50% self-study is expected(direction and periodic assessment provided)- Fee is Euro 12000

      The objective of all version is your PG Training placement.

      Depending on one’s aptitude and budget, suitable version may be selected. PGMP is delivered in Bonn.

      Hope this helps.

  • Dr Domendra

    I want to become neurosurgeon ..can u tell me abt fee structure n the whole process of selection

  • Dr.Vineet

    Please tell me regarding general surgery and orthopedics in Germany
    How can I get admission there
    Do I need to appear for any exam for it.

    • Hello Vineet/Domendra

      The exams anyone aspiring to training in Germany are as under:

      1. German language level C1
      2. Medical German Terminology B2/C1
      3. Test for Temporary license
      4. Equivalency Examination (Internal Medicine and Surgery)for Approbation

      Our PGMP is designed to prepare you for all these exams(except B2,which is the entry criteria to PGMP) apart from the crucial Job Application Training module which results in PG placement.

      Have a budget of minimum Euro 20000 till your placement. For specific questions and applications, please email me on ashokniche@gmail.com

      Regards
      Ashok

  • I am interested in doing a pg in internal medicine . Kindly do the needful .

    • Hello Shaz

      The FAQ’s section this website has all information regarding PG in Germany. Any other specific questions will be answered here.

      Regards
      Ashok

  • Munawwara makoon

    Hello…
    The test for the temporary license will be written, mcq, or viva?
    If written, in what language?

    Thanks

    • Hello Munawwara

      Temporary license examination is in the form of Doctor-Patient interaction and Doctor-Doctor interaction to determine your knowledge of German language and Medical German terminology. Permanent license examination is also a VIVA by a panel of two Physicians who will test your knowledge of Internal Medicine. Surgery, Emergency Medicine and Pharmacology. Off course all interactions will be in German language. Please note by the time you appear for these exams, you will already have a C1 in German(advanced level).

      Hope this helps

      Regards
      Ashok

  • pushpinder

    I ve work experience of 14 yrs..graduated from Ukraine. ..have to sit for exam???interested in radiology

  • Hello Pushpinder

    Ukraine is not in the EU. So, you have to sit for licensing exam.

    Regards

  • Dr. Faisal Ahmed

    I want to knw abt screening process. And preparations abt skype interviews.

  • bibek

    i want to do orthopaedic and trauma surgery in germany. what is the procedure? what is the fee structure? graduated from nepal

    • Ashok

      Hello Bibek

      1.The first step is the initial screening. It takes 3-4 working days and done over email. It has a fee of INR 25,000. Screening fee is refunded if one does not clear the screening. You may start language training if screening is positive.

      2. After reaching B1 level in German language, you need to sign a legal undertaking(this document basically defines our mutual expectations) and pay the first installment of Euro 4000.

      3. After #2, our German counter-part touches base with you and begin your online preparation till you arrive in Germany.

      4. After you obtain B2 level, balance of Euro 8000 is paid. You may also need to open a blocked account in a German bank and deposit Euro 8040-This is your living expense for 12 months.

      5. After #4, Visa and travel to Germany to enter our PGMP (Post-Graduate Mentoring program)

      PGMP involves the below:

      1. Advanced German language B2- C1 – 3 months
      2. Medical German Terminology – 1 month
      3. Internship in a hospital – 1 month
      4. Approbation training – 3 months
      5. Job application training phase – 4 months

      During the PGMP, you will be appearing for Temporary and Permanent licensing(Approbation) exams. Candidates tend to get placed during the last stage of PGMP. Once you obtain a training contract, you join the hospital after work-permit is granted.

      As a PG Medical Specialist trainee, you are entitled to a minimum salary of Euro 4024/PM. This is for a 40hours work week. More hours attract extra wages.

      Hope this helps. Please respond ASAP.

      Thank you
      Kind Regards
      Ashok

      NB: Service tax of 10.3%(current rate) is applicable on all payments made in India.

  • Vigneshwar

    Hello , I’m Dr.vigneshwar , graduated 1 week back . I want to do pg in internal medicine in Germany and I’m ready to study German language . What is the exact procedure starting from scratch and how much money I must invest

  • Abdur Rahman Rubel

    Hlw, I am Dr. Abdur Rahman Rubel..from Bangladesh.
    what type of test is taken in Screening??
    if I want to participate in Screening.. how much money may be needed?
    after screening.. how much money may be needed till getting residency training in Germany?
    As I’m from Bangladesh, 10.4% taxes are applicable or not??
    after B2 level, they will give the participant 8000 euro…it includes Visa bill,residencial allowances or not??

    thanks in advance for ur cordial support.. 🙂

    • Ashok

      Hello Dr Rubel

      I have mailed you the screening requirements. The estimated expenses will vary on the version of PGMT. Add Euro 8040(Blocked account for one year) to the fees of PGMT to get the estimate.

      Visa, Travel, Insurance and screening is extra. Service tax is applicable on all payments made in India.

      Hope this helps.

      Regards
      Ashok

  • krishno kumar agarwala

    I would like to know about intervention radiology. Please tell me intervention radiology regarding in Germany
    How can I get admission to this program
    Do I need to can you tell me about fee structure in the whole process of selection appear for any exam for it.

    • Ashok

      Hello Dr Agarwala

      Click http://medicaltrainingingermany.com/2015/01/specialisations-radiology/ to see the curriculum of Radiology. This is a 60 month program. Option to further specialize in Pediatric and Neuro Radiology is available.

      There is no tuition fee for Specialist Training in Germany( I have repeated this many times:)) and the participants are entitled to a salary.

      Irrespective of the branch, all aspirants will have to sit for the below listed exams.

      1. German language till B2- Done in homecountry
      2. Medical German terminology- Germany
      3. Temporary licensing exam – Oral exam- Germany
      4. Permanent licensing exam – Oral Germany

      #2,#3 & #4 are part of our PGMP.

      Hope this helps.

      Regards
      Ashok

  • Muhammad

    I want to join the program
    How is it possible

    • Ashok

      Hello Muhammad

      The process has been explained before. I will be sending you an “eligibility questionnaire”

      Regards
      Ashok

  • ghufrn

    i want to join the prog. whats the procedure and requirements , thanks

  • parth

    is the post graduation from germany validated by mci?
    and in which all countries the specialist degree is valid?

  • pratik

    Hello,
    Is a russian grad considered into EU program? What happens if he/she gets stuck in the temporary or permanent lincence exam?

    • Ashok

      Hello Pratik

      In Germany, MD obtained in Russia is considered a valid basic qualification. However, please note that, registration in Medical Council is also required. For instance, an Indian citizen with Russian degree needs to have either MCI or Russian registration.

      For both examinations, 3 chances are given.

      Hope this helps

      Regards

  • Tasneem IslamSeeme

    I have done MBBS degree and now doing internship in a govt. hospital. I want to study surgery in Germany with scholarship…Can you provide me the necessary information please?

    • Ashok

      Hello Tasneem

      PG Medical/Surgery training in Germany attracts a salary(No need for a scholarship).

      Regards
      Ashok

  • mannem chandrasekhar

    u have given the link in ur previous comments..bt i cannt understand it.if i want to practice in india after pg in germany,will there be any problem?or if i want to practice in any other country(like australia) will there be any problm…?

    • Ashok

      Hello

      The link will take you to the page of MCI(Medical Council of India), Schedule -3,which lists the Approved PG qualifications obtained outside the country, not mentioned in Schedule -2. You can find German qualifications listed there. Please read the link from top to bottom. This is about India.

      Regards
      Ashok

  • mannem chandrasekhar

    and in india to practice as a cardiologist we should do internal medicine and dm cardio together which take 7 yrs…if it is in germany???kindly clarify me in this two doubts…thanku.

  • i need any experience certificate after doing internship from india to do pg in germany?

  • Hello Asif

    Quality experience counts, especially in compensating for grades.

    Ashok

  • abeeb

    can we earn while PGMP in Germany?

  • Hello, I’m very much interested to pursue a Masters in dermatology.i have graduated my MBBS at Malaysia,2013 currently working in ksa as general practitioner… How long will it take for me TO be at a B2 level…is this Pgmp a prerequisite to the 5-6 yr master program..when is the deadline for applications (2017)?

    • Ashok

      Hello Asha

      A1 to B2 can take up to 10 months. PGMP is not a prerequisite but necessary to achieve the required skills and knowledge to become eligible to apply successfully. For eg, to obtain a Medical degree one needs to clear various exams AND one has to spend years in a Medical school to acquire the required knowledge and skills to clear those exams.

      Our PGMP is unique because it is the only program which involves all levels of preparation; Technical,Cultural integration and Job search and application training. Our program prepares, mentors and handholds you right from the decision making(to select/eliminate Germany option) till the time you obtain PG training position and work-permit.

      Please check your email for the qualifying questionnaire and respond. Please check your spam folder too, just in case.

      Hope this helps.

      Regards

  • Apekshya

    what is the chance of getting residency if I complete all the exams ….what If I don’t get residency after having completed all those ..?

  • abeeb

    Interested

  • Ahmed

    Ich bin ein Rheumatologie Berater in Aegypten und Ich habe schon Phd und B2 Zertifikat von Goethe Institut. Ich bevozuge ein kurzfristiger training course. Koennen Sie damit helfen?

  • MD. MUHAIMEN SALIT

    I am Dr. Md. Muhaimen Salit. I was passed M.B.B.S on January’2014 from Khwaja Yunus Ali Medical College in Bangladesh. After one year completing my internship I was passed F.C.P.S part 1(surgery) on January’2016 from BCPS in Bangladesh. Now i am doing post-graduation training in Dhaka Medical College & hospital under Prof. Dr. A B M Khurshid Alam; M.B.B.S,F.C.P.S(Surgery), MS(Ortho), F.R.C.S(UK),F.R.C.S(Edn). I am also doing a part time job in a corporate hospital(Asgar Ali Hospital) under Prof. Dr. Muhammad Rakib Uddin;M.B.B.S,F.C.P.S(Surgery),F.R.C.S(Ire),F.R.C.S(Edn),F.R.C.S(Glas). I want to do post graduation on Plastic & reconstructive surgery in Germany. But my financial condition is not sufficient to pay the tuition fees. Would you please give me a opportunity(Scholarship)to do post graduation on Plastic & reconstructive surgery in Germany?

 
 

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