In this developed country, a high standard of living can be achieved at a lower cost when compared to others. There is skill shortage which is beneficial for international professionals planning to find a job in the country.
To work in New Zealand,all health care professionals must meet the requirements for qualifications set by the concerned Board of Australia and register with them. (Nursing Council of New Zealand for nurses , and Medical Council of New Zealand for Doctors)
All applicants for registration (excludes student registration) must meet the requirements of the following mandatory registration standards:
Before 11 August 20181
Pass the Medical Module of the by achieving a minimum of ‘A’ or ‘B’ in each of the four components (reading, writing, listening and speaking) within one result. From 9 September 2018
Pass the Medical Module of the OET by achieving a minimum score of 350 in each of the four components (reading, writing, listening and speaking) within one result.