Integrating in Swedish
On these pages you will find articles about integration in Swedish in the Capital Region.
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Pre-primary education runs for one year, starting the year the child turns 6, is free of charge and compulsory for all children. Applications are made in January of said year and the class starts in August. .
When you are new to a country, there is a lot of documentation that you have to get in order. Here is a short guide.
Here you'll find guidance and chat services concerning topics including mental health, the job market and education aimed at those between the ages of 13 and 29.
These are the courses offered by the Adult Education Centers, and others, in the Capital Region. The courses are subject to a charge.
Hobbies are a great way to try something new, get better at something you like and meet friends.
Comprehensive education is compulsory. The pupil starts the year it turns 7 and ends most of the time in ninth class, when they are 16.
There are events and workshops for children of all ages arranged in the Capital Region.
In most cases you have to be a client to at the TE-office and have been in Finland less then three years to get integration training.
Finding your first job or a summer job is a great thing. Here you will find resources that help you with that.
If things aren't going as planed or you need a gap year it can be good to talk to someone who listens and gives tools for how to move forward.
The online Swedish courses and resources that are for free can be found here.