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Residency in SWEDEN

Discussion in 'Europe' started by Neem, Jul 29, 2015.

  1. Neem

    Jun 26, 2015
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    Medical Student
    Hi to all,
    I am a medical graduate. I want to do my residency in Sweden.
    As a IMG i need to give TULE exam in Swedish language.Is it possible give TULE exams in English?
    Is it true some university offer language learning course (cost free) ?
    Does anyone can tell me about supplementary education instead of TULE test? Is it cost free or give any scholarship?
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  3. Ivos

    2+ Year Member

    Mar 29, 2014
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    Resident [Any Field]
    You need to pass a Swedish language test to be eligible to take TULE, and you need Swedish in order to communicate with your Swedish patients. Not trying to learn Swedish would be a really, really big mistake. Just suck it up and learn it, or rethink why it is you want to practice medicine in Sweden.
    If you move here, SFI (Svenska för invandrare/Swedish for immigrants) is free, but I strongly recommend starting to study it ahead of moving in order to not waste time.

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