UAE introduces online test system for medical licence applicants
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, February 11 - 2013 at 05:09
The UAE's health ministry has announced the launch of an online system to allow health care professionals, especially outside the country, to apply for a medical licence to work in the country, Gulf News has reported. The Examination and Evaluation System (EES) eliminates the need to visit the ministry's offices and "allows an applicant to sit for an exam every week in his or her country [the number of attempts or trials to schedule ministry exams is four]," assistant undersecretary for medical practices and licensing at the ministry, Dr Ameen Hussain Al Amiri told the daily. "Now they can enter the country after they have been evaluated and are ready to seek jobs," he said.
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