Famous British universities – Cambridge and Oxford

The University of Cambridge is a collegiate public research university in Cambridge, United Kingdom. Cambridge is the second-oldest university in the English-speaking world, Oxford is the first.

The motto of The University of Cambridge is “Hinc lucem et pocula sacra”, which means ”From here, light and sacred draughts”, and the motto of The University of Oxford is ”Dominus illuminatio mea”, which means ”The Lord is my light”.

The University of Oxford is founded in 1096, while The University of Cambridge if founded 1209 by some academics who fled north-east to Cambridge, after disputes between students and Oxford townsfolk. The two ‘ancient universities’ share many common features and are often referred to jointly as ‘Oxbridge’. The history and influence of the University of Cambridge has made it one of the most prestigious universities in the world. There are many stories of rivalry between the two universities.

Cambridge University is consistently ranked among the top five universities in the world and is rated as the best European university. There are 90 Nobel Prize winners, which is more than any other university in the world. While at the University of Oxford there are 69 Nobel Prize winners.

Cambridge is formed from a variety of institutions which include 31 constituent Colleges. The oldest is Peterhouse. Interesting is that 3 colleges are established only for women. While Oxford is made up of 38 constituent Colleges.

The undergraduate study offers 30 courses and covers 65 scientific areas.

For foreign language English speakers Cambridge offers a few courses: ESOL Test, CB Test, BEC Test.

Both Universities have undergraduate, graduate courses and continuing education that runs over 50 qualifications: certificates, diplomas.
Links: http://www.ox.ac.uk/

All doctors who choose to work in the UK have the possibility to develop scientifically at one of these two universities and the job, of course, is provided by us 🙂

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Why and how do doctors move to Ireland?

We offer you assistance in looking for a better life, job and working conditions.

Why is it good to work in Ireland?

• Very friendly country,
• Work and effort are always rewarded,
• You can progress,
• Well-paid jobs (Irish salaries for specialist doctors are the highest in Europe),
• High standards,
• Ireland’s purchasing power is considerably higher than in Croatia

What do you need to get a license to work in Ireland? (we mentor you through the whole process)

• Relevant Application Form
• Application Fee
• Notarised attested copy of passport
• Notarised copy of basic (primary) medical degree
• Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training/or Certificate of acquired Rights in accordance with Directive 2005/36/EC accompanied by an attestation from the relevant competent authority
• Certificate of Current Professional Status/Certificate of Good Standing or sworn declaration of unregistered practice or absence from clinical practice (as applicable)
• Evidence of Effective Communication Skills
o Satisfactory score on IELTS (7,0 points), or completion of training in English-speaking country, OET grade B
• Professional indemnity cover (this is provided in public employment roles, however Doctors in private practice/locums are required to put in place minimum indemnity cover)
• Other documentation may be required appropriate to the applicant’s circumstances

What is a PPS number?
PPS number is an Irish version of personal identification number. PPS can only be obtained after you arrive in Ireland, so you can not ask for it before you move. Without PPS number you can’t opet a bank account. PPS serves to track all your tax liabilities. Without a PPS number, employer will not be able to sign a contract with you or pay you a salary.

What is needed to get a PPS number?
• ID card od passport
• Address and certificate in housing
• Job

Where can you get a PPS number?
To find local PPS offices, please visit http://www.welfare.ie/en/Pages/Personal-Public-Service-Number-Registration-Centres-by-Count.aspx

We take you through the whole process of licensing and finding a job, for free, because we are hired by the hospital to find/hire you.

The process looks like this:
• Submit your CV
• Visit to the city and work place (the whole family can come)
• Possibilities of employment for a spouse
• Finding kindergartens / schools for children
• Getting a license for work and other documents
• As well as solving all the other issues that arise in the process of settling
If this is intriguing to you, send us your CV via email so we can invite you to an informal conversation via Skype or phone.

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