When you apply for a job in Germany, the first and foremost factor in your application is that:
You can speak very good German.
That is extremely important. If you can do an open-heart surgery, have published 30 papers but cannot do the ward work (🇩🇪 die Stationsarbeit) or speak with patients, they DO NOT NEED YOU. Please, again and again, learn good German. This is the most significant factor. During job interviews, they want mainly to evaluate your German language (90% of the goal of the interview).
So, if you have two options:
|Option 1:||Option 2:|
|Gather clinical experience your home country||Travel directly after your internship to Germany|
The answer is most probably 2!!! Do not lose time in gathering experience somewhere else in the world and most probably, too, not learning German. An exception might be, that you are doing a research project at Harvard University or Cambridge University. But even though. If you cannot speak good German and have no medical license, then stay rather in Harvard University.
Come to Germany, Habibi!
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