Working as a Charge Nurse in a Community Hospital in Iceland
Working as a Registered Nurse in a Nursing Home Institution in Iceland
Is having a student visa the easiest pathway to Iceland? Watch FiNAN Iceland representative's humorous vlog about student and work life in Iceland.
How did Roman end up moving to Iceland? Was it hard for him to take the pathway of becoming an Icelandic Nurse? Read his story to be inspired and how he used his father's death as a inspiration to succeed in his career.
Abegail Anne Soriano, 30 years old, currently living and working as a Registered Nurse in Iceland. She moved to Iceland five years ago with high hopes and humblest ambition to find a stable career in nursing. Despite the language barrier, she was able to hurdle all the obstacles and practice her profession as a recognized Registered Nurse in Iceland. Learning the Icelandic language is an investment that most Internationally Educated Nurses in Iceland need to enter into job markets in the country.