How can one start working as a vet in Finland
If you want to gain the licence you need to pratice as a vet in Finland, please contact Evira, the Finnish Food Safety Authority for more information. Access Evira's English pages here.
To join The Finnish Veterinary Association, read here.
The Finnish Veterinary Association publishes a journal nine issues per year. Some employers publish job ads in the journal. Those ads plus ads for shorter jobs can also be found at our members only web pages. By signing up for the Association and paying our annual fee, you get access to the journal and our member pages. Alternatively, you can subscribe only to the journal.
The membership fee varies from 135 euro to 490 euro (in 2016), depending on your income. Subscription to the Journal alone is 120 euro/year (2016). The job ads are usually in Finnish, sometimes in Swedish. English language job ads are fairly rare. You can, however, publish your own ad in English in the journal. Our sub-editor (please see the contact information) will be pleased to provide you with more information.
These following pages provide general information for employers hiring foreigners and foreigners coming to work in Finland or already living in Finland: read more.
More useful facts about Finland on this web page.