Electronic ID, bankID, Freja ID
Here you will find out what electronic ID and bankID are and how to get one. At Arbetsförmedlingen, you use electronic ID to identify yourself and to log in to My Pages.
How do I log in with an electronic ID?
There are two ways to sign in to arbetsformedlingen.se:
The easiest way is to use your electronic ID, the most common being Mobile bankID, or bankID on your computer, Freja electronic ID plus or Telia electronic ID.
You can also log in with a username and password.
What is an electronic ID?
Electronic ID is an electronic identification document enabling you to verify your identity on the internet.
There are different kinds of electronic ID. the most common is Mobile bankID and bankID on your computer. Another electronic ID is Freja electronic ID.
How do I get an electronic ID?
You can install the electronic ID either on your smartphone or on your computer. It is convenient to have the electronic ID in your mobile so that you always have your electronic ID with you.
How to get a bankID
You get a bankID by logging into your online bank. You will find all the information you need there. If you do not have an online bank you can go to a bank and get help there. Getting electronic ID is free.
How to get Freja electronic ID plus
You do not need an online bank if you have Freja electronic ID plus. You can read about getting Freja electronic ID plus on the Freja electronic ID website.
Can I link my account with username and password to my electronic ID?
Yes, that is fine. To do this:
- Click Sign in.
- Choose which electronic ID you want to use.
- Follow the instructions to make a secure identification using electronic ID.
- Enter your username and password for your Swedish Public Employment Services account and click on “Link account to bankID/electronic ID”.
- Done! Log in again with your electronic ID.
Logging on from another EU country
In order to use the digital services of the Swedish Public Employment Service (Arbetsförmedlingen) when you are in another EU country, you will need to have a bank ID linked to a Swedish personal identity number (personnummer) or coordination number (samordningsnummer). You cannot access our services with an international eID.