Making it in the Medicine Field. A Guide for Doctors
Medicine is one of the most sought-after fields in the world. Doctors are in demand now more than ever, and there are colleges and universities offering all specializations to millions of candidates. In this highly competitive scenario, how do you stand out? How do you create your niche and be successful? These are questions a lot of qualified doctors ask themselves, and eventually, they do a Master’s or a specialization. But does that always help? You can’t get where you want to just by going for higher studies. You have to do it right. And we are here to help you do that.
IAS College has produced batch after batch of successful students who have gone on to practice in Germany or get employed with prestigious hospitals. We ensure their competencies through several modules designed to enable them to cut their path through the German professional landscape. The course for qualified doctors, ICPF-Med, includes holistic training in the German language with a focus on medical terminology. By the end of the course, depending on the effort put in by the students, they will be proficient in German. In addition to this, the course also includes medical subjects to prepare the students for eligibility exams and further specialization. Our intercultural modules are intended to provide the students with an exemplary understanding of German history, culture, and lifestyle so that they understand the background and habits of their patients and also to help them adapt to the society well. Having a good knowledge of local etiquette and manners always help in getting along with colleagues and superiors. The course gives you 60 credits depending on the student’s performance which he or she can use partly in their university.
By doing a Master’s through such a study program will place you in a position to determine your specialization and further your career in a positive way that’s unique. Setting up your practice itself becomes a differentiating factor because of your higher qualification and a better understanding of your discipline and your community.