Coaching and Support sessions

Session no1: Questions and Answers on NMC registration and English language requirements

Join us on 7th of April at 7pm UK time (8pm Botswana time) on Microsoft Teams where our NEU Professionals Director and NHS Nurse Kerry Wykes will provide a detailed demonstration about the process of registering with The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) as well as answering your questions about English Language requirements. 

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The NMC is the regulator for nursing and midwifery professions in the UK. The NMC maintains a register of all nurses, midwives and specialist community public health nurses and sets and reviews standards for their education, training, conduct and performance.

The NMC only accepts the following English Language Certificates: OET at a level of B in Speaking/Listening/Reading and C+ in Writing or Academic IELTS at a level of 7 in Speaking/Listening/Reading and 6.5 in Writing

The NMC Register is where all nurses and midwives begin their process of registering as a UK nurse.


We are currently accepting applications from overseas Registered Nurses with experience in Mental Health and Learning Disability who are yet to pass their English language exam!

Our partner English language school Specialist Language Courses (SLC) will ascertain your current level of English according to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). A minimum score of C1 in writing is required in a needs analysis form to be considered for the courses. For more information about SLC you may visit the this link.

In-Person Interviews in Botswana

NEU Professionals is teaming up with the Botswana Nurses Union (BONU) to host in-person interviews for nursing positions at Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) in Botswana starting 29th April. We will be hosting a series of Coaching and Support online sessions to prepare candidates for their interviews. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the Trusts, community, and the process of moving to the UK to become an NHS nurse.

Click here to learn more about our upcoming in-person interviews in Botswana.

Botswana Nurses Union (BONU)

Champions in Nursing Profession and Labour Issues

The Botswana Nurses Union(BONU) formerly Nurses Association of Botswana(NAB); NAB was founded by the late Grace Kgari in 1968 and she became the first President of the association. And BONU now was launched on the 24 October 2012 making history in Botswana.

Learn more about this organization by contacting them at or

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