And how hard is it to get an AT place if one has mastered swedish? If i start learning swedish now i expect to reach a good level within 3 years.
I've read also about the turnus in norway, is it the same as AT in sweden and can eu graduates apply for it?
As far as qualifications go, a Belgian medical degree and proof of sufficient Swedish proficiency should be enough. You can find more details here:
https://legitimation.socialstyrelsen.se ... eu-or-eea/
For more about residency permits, these two links should be a good starting point:
https://www.migrationsverket.se/English ... weden.html
I am not an expert on the Norwegian regulations, but these two links should be a good starting point.
https://www.helsedirektoratet.no/englis ... -personnel
https://www.legeforeningen.no/om-oss/en ... a-licence/