From our doctors’ experiences to valuable information and advice about living and working in Scandinavia.

Working Conditions for Medical Professionals in Norway

The advanced healthcare system in Norway ensures both the medical professionals with good working conditions and patients with high-quality medical care. Learn more about the working conditions for medical professionals in Norway.
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Helping Medical Professionals Relocate to Scandinavia

MediCarrera’s relocation team assists both you and your family during the relocation process and solves all the practical issues around the move, before and during the intensive language training. Find out what our relocation team can help you with if you decide to relocate to Sweden, Denmark or Norway.
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Why Choose MediCarrera?

We have more than 15 years of valuable experience. Over 600 doctors and nurses have joined our program. We'd love to help you.
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Job Interview Tips for Our Medical Professionals

As soon as we have your CV, Medicarrera's recruitment team starts actively working to find a position for you among all work offers available. The selected doctors, dentists and nurses first have an online interview with the future employer. Matina Koulourioti, our Recruitment Consultant, shares tips for the interview with the employer, whether it’s online or in person during the study tour.
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5 Things That Make Denmark Family-Friendly

Besides being known as one of the happiest countries in the world, where full-time employees devote two-thirds of their day to personal care and leisure, Denmark is also a very family-friendly country. Nicole, our Account Manager for Denmark, shares why Denmark is a great place for families.
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5 Things That Make Norway Family-Friendly

Parent-friendly policies are just one part of Norway’s welfare state. Everyone is covered by public health insurance, meaning free healthcare at the point of access. The country offers free public schools as well as higher education, and workers rights and unions are strong. If you lose your job or fall ill, the welfare system has your back. The Norwegian society invests in its residents and has a positive attitude towards family life. Here’s what makes Norway a family-friendly country.
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Doctors’ Experiences Relocating to Scandinavia With MediCarrera

A new career in a new country can also be very stressful if not carefully managed. MediCarrera guides you through the whole process. As every relocation is different, we try to find the best possible solution for each family. Read our doctors' experiences and learn more about how it works.
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5 Things That Make Sweden Family-Friendly

With 16 months of parental leave and public day care services, Sweden is known as one of the most family-friendly countries in the world. Even though the income taxes are high, a significant share goes into providing a work-life balance within the society. Here are 5 reasons that make Sweden family-friendly.
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5 Things You Should Know Before Moving to Norway

Norway has knocked Denmark off the top spot, becoming the world’s happiest country in 2017. If you’ve decided to develop your medical career in Norway, MediCarrera’s staff can help you get information about the cost of living, taxation, parenting, holidays, etc. Here are 5 things to keep in mind.
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5 Things You Should Know Before Moving to Denmark

Denmark is well renowned for being one of the happiest countries in the world. The secret behind it? High living standards, a strong welfare system and a healthy balance between work and private life! Here’s what you should keep in mind before you move to Denmark.
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