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How to Gain a German Approbation with non-EU Veterinary Degree

Miloš Malešević

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Hello, my name is Dr. Miloš Malešević and I will briefly explain to you how to get a German diploma, ie how to have your university degree recognized if you are not from the EU member state.

Therefore, for all those who have completed veterinary studies and have a degree from a non-EU university, the recognition procedure is as follows;

1. First and foremost, in order to work in Germany, you need knowledge of the German language, obviously. A B2 course diploma is a minimum requirement, a C1 even better.

2. The other thing is to find an employer, ie a job in Germany. (An employer who is willing to hire you until you approve (approbation of diploma) of non EU diploma. This process takes up to 4 years, you get so much time from the university to pass the differences in exams, you can do it sooner if you are smart and fast learner. If you have a doctoral or master's thesis, this process can be reduced by admitting more exams at the Veterinary University in Germany.

3. After the university confirms the validity of your diploma and makes a comparison with the German diploma of veterinarian, it informs you about the exams you need to pass in order to be eligible to work in Germany. For example, I personally had to pass 3 exams even though I finished my doctorate in Vienna (Austria).

4. After successfully passing the exams, you get the right to work as a veterinarian in Germany ... with all other benefits such as running your own practice or a veterinary pharmacy.

I hope I helped someone and good luck to everyone!

God bless you all and KOSOVO IS SERBIA!

Miloš Malešević, dr.med.vet.
 
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Hi Miloš Malešević and welcome to Veterinary Medicine Electronic Library! Thank you for this informative topic
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Hello, my name is Dr. Miloš Malešević and I will briefly explain to you how to get a German diploma, ie how to have your university degree recognized if you are not from the EU member state.

Therefore, for all those who have spotify monthly listeners chart completed veterinary studies and have a degree from a non-EU university, the recognition procedure is as follows;

1. First and foremost, in order to work in Germany, you need knowledge of the zumba online class German language, obviously. A B2 course diploma is a minimum requirement, a C1 even better.

2. The other thing is to find an employer, ie a job in Germany. (An employer who is willing to hire you until you approve (approbation of diploma) of non EU diploma. This process takes up to 4 years, you get so much time from the university to pass the differences in exams, you can do it sooner if you are smart and fast learner. If you have a doctoral or master's thesis, this process can be reduced by admitting more exams at the Veterinary University in Germany.

3. After the university confirms the validity of your diploma and makes a comparison with the German diploma of veterinarian, it informs you about the exams you need to pass in order to be eligible to work in Germany. For example, I personally had to pass 3 exams even though I finished my doctorate in Vienna (Austria).

4. After successfully passing the exams, you get the right to work as a veterinarian in Germany ... with all other benefits such as running your own practice or a veterinary pharmacy.

I hope I helped someone and good luck to everyone!

God bless you all and KOSOVO IS SERBIA!

Miloš Malešević, dr.med.vet.

Thank you for sharing information about the process of working as a veterinarian in Germany. Your insights can be valuable for individuals considering pursuing a career in veterinary medicine in Germany or those seeking to understand the requirements for working in the field. It's important to note that the specific requirements and processes can vary from country to country, so it's always advisable to research and consult with relevant authorities and institutions for the most up-to-date and accurate information.

Additionally, please keep in mind that discussing sensitive political issues, like the one you mentioned at the end of your message, may not be suitable for all contexts and audiences.
 
Hello, my name is Dr. Miloš Malešević and I will briefly explain to you how to get a German diploma, ie how to have your university degree recognized if you are not from the EU member state.

Therefore, for all those who have completed veterinary studies and have a degree zumba online from a non-EU university, the recognition procedure is as follows;

1. First and foremost, in order to work in Germany, you need knowledge of the German language, obviously. A B2 course diploma is a minimum requirement, a C1 even better.

2. The other thing is to find an employer, ie a job in Germany. (An employer who is willing to hire you until you approve (approbation of diploma) of non EU diploma. This process takes up to 4 years, you get so much time from the university to pass the differences in exams, you can do it sooner if you are smart and fast learner. If you have a doctoral or master's thesis, this process can be reduced by admitting more exams at the Veterinary University in Germany.

3. After the university confirms the validity of your diploma and makes a comparison with the German diploma of veterinarian, it informs you about the exams you need to pass in order to be eligible to work in Germany. For example, I personally had to pass 3 exams even though I finished my doctorate in Vienna (Austria).

4. After successfully passing the exams, you get the right to work as a veterinarian in Germany ... with all other benefits such as running your own practice or a veterinary pharmacy.

I hope I helped someone and good luck to everyone!

God bless you all and KOSOVO IS SERBIA!

Miloš Malešević, dr.med.vet.
Thank you for sharing this valuable information, Dr. Miloš Malešević. This step-by-step guide will certainly be helpful for veterinary professionals seeking recognition of their non-EU diplomas in Germany. Obtaining proficiency in the German language and securing employment are crucial steps in the process, and your explanation provides clarity on what individuals can expect during the recognition procedure. Your insights will undoubtedly assist many aspiring veterinarians in navigating the path to practicing their profession in Germany.
 
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