We are here to help you in your career or when the unexpected happens. We, together with our elected representatives, can help you as an individual as well as a part of the Swedish graduate engineers as a whole. You can see all of our information available in English below.
We are the country’s largest network for graduate engineers. With 156 500 members, we are a strong association with resources that enable us to make a difference for our members and for society.
Are you an engineer who would like to become a member in Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers?
Here you will find information about the coronavirus in relation to our area of work. Frequently asked question and answers.
If you have a question, please contact us: Phone: 08-613 80 00 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Who can become a member and what can I do if my workplace has no collective agreement? Here we have collected together all the FAQs about membership of the Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers.
Discover the strength of 156 500 members of the Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers. We provide you with services and benefits that will develop you into the best engineer you can be.
Discover the strength of the united power of 156 500 members of the Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers. Our union provides you with benefits and support throughout your studies and your entire working life.
Here are all the benefits you can access as our member.
We provide you with benefits and support throughout your studies and your entire working life.
See a selection of the latest salary statistics.
Here you will find up-to-date information for union representatives on the coronavirus.
Are you a final year student? You can get a free review of your LinkedIn profile. Recruiters use LinkedIn to find and check up on candidates. LinkedIn is an excellent tool for presenting yourself if you are looking for a job and also for getting to know interesting employers and making contacts.
FAQ about the postponement of the central collective bargaining process
Even if you who work for an employer who does not have a collective agreement, you can still agree with your employer to reduce your working hours and salary
Have you wondered about the questions that are usually asked during an employment interview? And the questions you yourself should ask? Now, working or final-year student members can book a free interview training session.
Your CV and personal letter must promote you and your skills. A good, clear design increases your chances of getting you a job interview. Members have access to free CV assessment, use it!
Here you will find the most common questions and answers about the coronavirus in relation to our area of work.
The impact of short-term lay-offs on employees and employers
Your membership fee may be paid monthly via direct debit, e-invoice or by payment slip quarterly or annually.
In Sweden, the unions and employers take joint responsibility for developing and agreeing on the regulations that apply in working life.
Everything you need to know about graduating with a doctorate.
The most common questions and answers relating to how we handle personal data in accordance with the GDPR at the Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers.
Here are the agreements and terms and conditions for employees within higher education.
With around 156 500 members, the Swedish Association of Graduate Engineers is a strong association with considerable capacity and resources that we utilise for the benefit of our members.
Here are some examples of the benefits members enjoy as a result of our collective agreement.
Collective agreements regulate issues such as working conditions, parental leave, and occupational pension.
Do not underestimate the value of preparing yourself for your salary dialogue. Do not wait until you are sitting down with your boss, prepare in advance.
We have gathered together the most common FAQs here with links to further reading.
The employer must keep the employee organisation informed in situations where any tests are considered. The issue should also be dealt with in health and safety or work environment committees where these exist.