Congratulations! You've had an offer from Your World - what next?
16th Jan, 2017
So, you’ve been shortlisted, interviewed and sent a well-deserved offer letter; congratulations! Well done, you did it!
But what now?
Now it’s time to work hard and make sure that your recognised talent isn’t wasted.
If you look at your offer letter, you will see that it’s vital to meet certain requirements. One of the most important is passing your UKVI IELTS Academic test at level 7.0 in Reading, Listening and Speaking, and 6.5 in Writing. Don’t forget that we can offer a great deal on IELTS training to help you bring your English up to scratch!
Without IELTS, you can’t take your CBT or register with the NMC, which means you can’t take on the job you’ve worked so hard to be offered.
Our first group will travel on the 2nd of March to start their new lives here in the UK. If you work hard and study, you can do it too!
If you have any questions at all, don’t hesitate to contact us - we are here to help you! We’ll even greet you when you arrive in the UK, whether that’s at the airport or at your chosen hospital.
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