Hi! My name is Fritiof and I'm a prospective Swedish student.
I'm a Swede who wants to study to become a psychologist. I know I want to live and work in France in the future, permanently, because I love the country so much.
However, I do not speak frenc that well yet, and don't want to study there. Instead I want to study in either Sweden or England, and learn french/move to France later.
My question is: For having a future career as a psychologist in France, would it be better to study in Sweden or England? Which is the better option?
If you do not know the answer to this, do you know where I can get this information? (In english).
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- Thread Starter
- 17-08-2016 13:32
- 19-08-2016 07:58
I don't believe it would particularly matter as most countries require some conversion or accreditation process. A quick browsing on Google shows that ex-pat psychologists have had difficult having their qualifications recognised. You have to fill out a document and have it translated to send off for approval. You can't work (as therapist) or continue study in France until your credentials are approved.