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University commissioned to start supplementary education for people with foreign exams

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The University of Gothenburg has been commissioned by the government to start supplementary education for people with foreign exams in three areas: pharmacology, medical laboratory science and social work.

The government has commissioned several universities to start supplementary education for people with foreign exams. The University of Gothenburg has received three of these commissions: pharmacology, medical laboratory science and social work.

"The University of Gothenburg already has thorough knowledge of supplementary education for medical doctors, dentists and nurses. We welcome these new commissions and recognise that we through this have a good chance to contribute to integration. At the same time it is important for the University of Gothenburg and the country as a whole to make use of previous knowledge and competency in this area", says Pro-Vice-Chancellor Helena Lindholm.

The new supplementary education will be equivalent of two years of full-time studies at most.