Things are easier for EU nationals. The language is not an isue for her to get right to practice but , de facto seems differeny; that it's not possible to find a residency place without knowledge of Finnish. I'm also not sure if Sweedish works by menas of that. The language restriction if for those outside from the EU/EAA.
yes, the exams can be taken in sweedish, only u have to announce to the examing body well in advance! You will also find in western finland, around Vaasa places where only sweedish is spoken and might get a opening there.
But hell, why try to get in finland if u know swedish, u might try Sweden, there will definitly be more opportunities and they need doctors too !!
Kahlid, his first name was George, and he was a specialist oral surgeon, are u registered to work in Estonia?
well, finnish is easy for people who know estonian,,have u mastered that?? if so a little bit of beer might round out the consonents.
my friends name jusef shariff,he is jordanian,finished medical instetute in St.petersberg in 1989 and he moved to finland in 1991 and still there.
yes i registered to work in Estonia.now i am working in Narva hospital ,general surgeon.90% of Narva citizens speak russian,for me no problem here .