Are you a doctor, nurse or dentist looking for a job opportunity in Sweden?
There are a lot of job opportunities for doctors, nurses, dentists or other healthcare practitioners in Sweden
Most countries have a higher demand for certain occupations, or a shortage list. In Sweden you will find most of the regulated professions within the medical field on the shortage list. The regulated professions are doctors of medicine, nurses and dentists among many others. According to the shortage list of 2020, there is plenty of demand for medical professionals in Sweden.
What do I need to find a job opportunity as a doctor, nurse, dentist or medical professional in Sweden?
In order to work in a regulated profession in Sweden you need to speak the Swedish language. Swedworks, on behalf of Folkuniversitetet ISU, is offering a Swedish language course in Sweden tailored towards medical professionals looking for a job opportunity in Sweden. In order to work as a healthcare practitioner in a regulated profession you need a Swedish license to practise and for that it is mandatory to know the Swedish language at a C1 level. Swedworks will help you gain this knowledge and much more. Studying a one year full time course in the Swedish language in Sweden is your first step in finding a job opportunity as a doctor, nurse, dentist or other medical profession in Sweden
Swedwork role in finding a job opportunity for a doctor, nurse, dentist or other healthcare practitioner in Sweden
Swedworks is an official partner of Folkuniversitetet ISU and is in charge of handling admission and residence permits for applicants to the course. Swedworks will offer you a full service package that includes all the mandatory parts in preparation for your studies. Swedworks will help you in your contact with the National Board of Health and Welfare (Socialstyrelsen) and will provide a seamless application process at the Swedish Migration Agency (Migrationsverket), with a minimal chance of rejection.
Aside from the practical handling of your case Swedworks will also act in an advisory capacity in regard to future work permits and provide information about more practical issues such as accommodation in Sweden.