Are you eligible to work in Scandinavia & Germany?

Our vacancies in Scandinavia & Germany are open to doctors who have trained in the EU and who are EU nationals.

For Scandinavia, you should be able to speak English in order to complete the application and interview process. However, you do not need to be able to speak Swedish or Danish at this stage – our clients will help you with that.

For Germany, you will need very good German language skills. The German authorities usually insist on a formal language test. As a guide, the standard of German you’ll need is equivalent to B2 / C1 on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), you may obtain this at every Goethe-Institute worldwide.

If you are unsure whether your medical skills are in demand in Germany, how good your German is or whether your CV is satisfactory, please contact us for advice. All our services to candidates are free.

 

Registration

Our clients will assist with registration with the Swedish or Danish  medical authorities. In practice, if you are an EU national and you completed your medical diploma & specialist degree in the EU, then it should be straightforward to gain registration in Scandinavia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Visas and Work Permits

Our clients will assist in the registration process with the Swedish medical authorities. In practice, if you are an EU national and you completed your medical diploma & specialist degree in the EU, then it should be straightforward to gain registration in Sweden. We don’t currently have vacancies for doctors from outside of the EU

This is the typical paperwork required in order to register in Sweden:

  • Copy of your passport and / or ID card
  • Copies of your Medical diploma and specialist diploma (plus translations)
  • References
  • Certificates of good standing  (plus translation) from all countries you’ve lived in / worked in the past few years
  • Police check from your country (plus translation)