The Sweden's communications regulator, PTS has categorically rejected the idea of an Entry-Level amateur radio license
The SSA says it must now find new ways to motivate our young people, and even older, to participate in our hobby. Amateur radio's future in Sweden is an urgent issue that will be discussed during the upcoming annual meeting on Faro.
In 2004 the PTS exempted amateur radio transmitters in Sweden from individual licensing. Since then the SSA has issued Amateur Radio Certificates which include the callsign.
In 2016 there were 13,000 Amateur Radio Certificates in Sweden but this figure would appear to include all certificates issued since 2004, a large number of which might be people who have left the hobby or died in that time. It is thought only around 70 people are taking up the hobby in Sweden each year.
PTS 2004 Licence Exemption Statement - https://www.pts.se/upload/Documents/EN/Radio_amateurs.pdf
SSA (Google English) - http://tinyurl.com/SwedenSSA