FREE Recruitment of Diploma/Graduate Nurses to Belgium – AURORA


Recruitment of Diploma/Graduate Nurses to Belgium

ODEPC invites applications for “AURORA” which is the FREE Recruitment project of ODEPC for recruiting Diploma / Graduate Nurses to Belgium.[Estimated Travel In January 2025] Last Date To Apply: 29th February 2024

Benefits of the program:

  • Free 6 months intensive Dutch language course in Kochi, Kerala by native Dutch teachers.
  • Monthly stipend paid during the Dutch language course in Kochi, Kerala.
  • The costs of accommodation in India, VISUM D, the flight to Belgium is paid by the project.
  • Compensation on arrival in Belgium, worth €130 for start-up.
  • Salary according to the government pay scales
  • Job guaranteed after successful completion of the training in Belgium.
  • Become a registered nurse in Europe by receiving the Nursing graduate diploma of Hoger beroepsonderwijs (HBO5) after the completion of the one-year training.
  • Low-rent furnished house provided by the employer during the first year.
  • Attractive social benefits in Belgium (Belgian Social Security includes entitlement to a pension, healthcare refunds, child benefits, disability benefits).
  • Meal vouchers provided by employers.
  • Possibility to obtain Permanent Residence (PR) and Spouse Visa in Belgium.
  • Clean and safe working environment.
  • After the first year: paid holidays
  • After graduation: working week of 38 hours, full-time employment
  • Belgium is located in the centre of Europe and gives easy access to visit all European countries.
  • Gain knowledge on the quality of healthcare in Belgium along with the specialised care for the elderly and mental healthcare.
  • Support in the family reunion procedure.


  • Certified GNM Degree from a recognized institution.
  • Evidence of clinical practice (minimum 1 year experience).
  • IELTS overall band score of minimum 6 and preferably 7 OR OET score of minimum C+ and preferably B.
  • Both male and female.
  • Age: Below 35 years
  • If candidates have children, the youngest child should at least be 3 years old at the start of the Dutch training.
  • Keen interest in elderly, geriatric and psychiatric care (prime focus on geriatric care)
  • Willing to work in an elderly care home.
  • Willing to follow a one-year additional training programme about geriatric care, psychiatry and the Belgian health care system, in combination with part-time work in an elderly care home as a Health care assistant.

How to Apply ?

For More details, and registration CLICK HERE on or before 29th February 2024 and send your CV, IELTS/OET score sheet and copy of passport to


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