Work in the NHS

Amrak Institute follows a practice-based approach to learning ensuring students are well-equipped to start their careers in healthcare and allied health sciences.

What will the programme offer you?

  • Year 1: Band 3 – £22,000 Salary
  • Year 2 & 3: Band 5 – £25,000 Salary
  • BSc. or MSc. Fully Funded
  • Lodging and Accommodation Provided
  • Travel Support
  • Comprehensive Health Insurance Coverage
  • Reimbursement of Examination Fees for OET
  • Reimbursement of CBT 1 and CBT 2 Exam Fees

Placement Partner Network

Placement Partner Network

Students aspiring to pursue a career in Nursing and are interested in obtaining work experience in the UK are encouraged to apply. Nurses are able to advance their career in a range of specialities including Medicine; Surgery; Trauma/ Orthopaedics; Critical Care or Theatres.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Hold a nursing degree or diploma
  • 2 years of recent clinical experience
  • Ability to work flexibly and be a team player
  • Have a passion for delivering high quality care

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

SLNC Registration
1.5 Years Experience
OET
CBT 1
CBT 2

Yes.
Flight ticket – We will only cover your plane ticket, transport, and accommodations services for yourself and other expenses for non-candidates must be paid on your own. It is possible to book your own flight ticket with family and then get a reimbursement into your allocated trust of up to £700 for your ticket only.
Accommodation – We provide 1 month’s single occupancy accommodation for yourself and this cannot be shared. However, for your quarantine period, we book a hotel, which does have the option of adding family members with the extra cost covered by yourself. If you wish to book your family in provide their details so we can get in contact with the hotel for payment.

*For more information about accommodation, kindly refer to our brochure.

Transport – Transport services are offered solely for the candidate to travel to our quarantine services and no additional passengers or drop off locations considered.

Yes, we will support you to open an account with a UK Bank. We will ask you to provide supporting letters and your account will be opened the same day for your convenience.

Your permit will be dispatched to you by courier between 7-10 days of receiving your Home Office approval letter to the address in your application form. Visa holders entering the UK from overseas are required to collect their Biometric Residence Permit from a Post Office. BRP must be collected within 10 days of arriving in the UK or if you’re quarantining you are expected to collect it the first working day post quarantine.

Yes, we recommend getting your first dose as soon as possible to ensure you are protected. We will be able to provide a second dose of the vaccine post arrival when the appropriate amount of time between doses has passed.

For more information on healthcare entitlement please see link below.


https://www.gov.uk/guidance/nhs-entitlements-migrant-health-guide

We provide support for you and your baby. To ensure you are aware of what to expect upon arrival to the UK please see the information below. It essential to advise us early so we are able to support you and arrange the appropriate services for you and the baby.


https://maternityaction.org.uk/women-from-abroad/

*For more information about arriving whilst pregnant or post-childbirth, kindly refer to our brochure.

Pastoral week will be your first time into your allocated trust where you will be required to complete paperwork, gain a £50 Cash advance and a salary advance until your salary is received, measured for your uniform, attend your occupational Health appointment and have a tour of the site.

This is where you will meet a member of the fellowship team to look at the local area, transport, your schedule for the upcoming weeks, bank account opening and have time for questions.