Immigrated university graduate studying to receive a pharmacist license
Immigrated university graduate studying to receive a Swedish pharmacist license?
The membership fee is 100 SEK in total until you receive your Swedish pharmacist's license. Register for a membership by filling out this application (in Swedish).
If you have questions, contact email@example.com
The Swedish Pharmacists Association welcomes you. Our offer:
Are you on your way on becoming a pharmacist with a Swedish pharmacists' license? We offer you a membership with many benefits that are particularly important on your way to your career in Sweden:
Personal and professional security
Free of charge casualty insurance, advice regarding your future employment and working life
Career and development
Professional career coach, review of your employment contract, advice regarding your salary, CV review services and preparation before employment interviews
Seminars, workshops, Svensk Farmaci (our members' magazine)
Kickstart your carreer
If you update your membership and become a professional member when you receive your swedish pharmacist's license, we have a special offer for you. You get a membership fee discount and we sponsor the cost of your license (700 SEK). More information in swedish here
Terms of membership
You need a testimonial from the Health and Human services department to verify that your pharmaceutical education is being reviewed. The membership is valid until you receive a Swedish legitimation. The age limit to the additional insurances connected to the student membership is the month you turn 40 years old. Note that negotiation assistance is included in the membership. We represent you in the Swedish labour market exclusively where pharmacists normally work.
Information casualty insurance
This information is currently in swedish only. If you have questions, please contact Akademikerförsäkring directly.
För- och efterköpsinformatio
The Swedish Pharmacists Association has a project to to accelerate and facilitate the establishment of newly arrived pharmacists in the Swedish labor market. Read more about the Senna project here