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Nursing training for refugees: the hospital spends a lot of money on a failed project

The Robert Bosch Hospital in Stuttgart started special nursing training for refugees. But the project fails: Almost everyone fails the final exam.

Stuttgart – Germany had a major shortage of nursing professionals even before the spread of the corona virus. The Robert Bosch Hospital proposed a solution by wanting to integrate refugees into nursing training. This cost the foundation of the same name and sponsor of the hospital a lot of money.
BW24* explains here why nursing training for refugees in Stuttgart became an expensive debacle.

The second year of training will take their exam in summer 2022. There is currently no other class. *BW24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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