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Working abroad – Estonia – Physiotherapists

Updated : 10/03/2014

Professional qualifications

Documents you must provide [permanent stay]

Physiotherapy is not a regulated profession in Estonia – so you don't need to have your qualifications recognised by the Estonian authorities to work there.

You'll just have to submit the documents required by your employer when applying for a position as physiotherapist.

Responsible authority [permanent stay]

Not applicable.

When can you expect an answer? [permanent stay]

Not applicable.

Cost [permanent stay]

Not applicable.

Documents you must provide [temporary stay]

Physiotherapy is not a regulated profession in Estonia – so you don't need to have your professional qualifications officially recognised to work there.

But you will need to fulfil some formalities related to temporary provision of services.

Contact the Estonian authorities to find out more about these.

More on:
Temporarily providing services in Estonia

Responsible authority [temporary stay]

Estonian authority – contact details

When can you expect an answer? [temporary stay]

Not applicable.

Cost [temporary stay]

Not applicable.

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