If there’s one thing we’ve learnt throughout our time over the years supporting health professionals with their overseas healthcare relocation journey, it’s that moving to the UK for a new job is a very daunting prospect. Not only are people often leaving loved ones behind, but it is the thought of entering a new country with new customs, a different culture and usually very different weather and food! That’s why at Migrate we pride ourselves on offering the very best relocation support and welcome service, making the big move as seamless and stress-free for you as possible. From providing the necessary English language information through our partner Specialist Language Courses (SLC), to creating an easy-to-use and straightforward online platform for applicants to look through a range of healthcare roles – from general nurse and mental health nurse to radiographer and psychiatrist UK jobs – we’re there for you. We also have a range of handy interview prep information, and hints and tints on how you can integration into UK life – and have a dedicated team who are on-hand with any job/relocation questions you might have. No question is too big or too small for us. At Migrate, we also know that sometimes these things are not quite as straightforward as we would all hope. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we continued to support our applicants through this incredibly tricky and unprecedented time – keeping in regular contact and making sure they were updated on all travel and visa information, so they had a clear view of when they’d likely to be able to travel to the UK to start their new, dream job here. We’re always learning at Migrate and realise that every overseas healthcare relocation story is different. We’re adaptable, agile, and flexible – supporting applicants with whatever the relocation process might through their way. Our experience in this field means that we’re well-equipped and prepared at every step, with our biggest focus being that applicants can come and begin their UK healthcare jobs as soon as is possible, with as little stress as possible.
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