The City of Stockholm’s adult education aims to provide adults with the skills they need to participate in society and working life. Click on the link to explore the opportunities to develop your knowledge and skills.
A foundation for employees. If you are in the middle of working life and need to develop your skills for the future, TRR offer various types of skills support. Learn more by clicking on the link.
The Youth Guarantee fights youth unemployment: you can get a good quality offer within a period of four months after leaving formal education or becoming unemployed. The project is for all young people under the age of 25.
ESC is a European programme that brings together young people to build a more inclusive society, supporting vulnerable people and responding to societal challenges. Learn more on how you can become part of this programme.
The central administrative authority for the public school system, publicly organised preschools, school-age childcare and adult education. Click on the link and discover facts, tips and tools on education for adults, municipal adult education, folk high schools, and university.
Arbetsförmedlingen is the main agency in Sweden for jobseekers. Click on the link to find out more about how to apply for a job in Sweden.
Find jobs, training opportunities and valuable labour market information and tips with EURES, the European network of employment services.
EURES is a European cooperation network of employment services. It covers all European Union countries as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. Click on the link to learn how to find work in another country.
Europass provides free tools that make your competences and qualifications visible and understandable across Europe and beyond. Moreover, on the Europass platform you will find not only learning and job opportunities throughout Europe but also country-specific contact details and information on learning and working abroad. The Europass tools are your gateway to learning and working at home and abroad.
The Work Environment Authority is responsible for work environment and working time issues. Learn more about the laws and regulations of employment in Sweden as an employer, safety representative or employee.