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    INTERESTED IN STUDYING pharmacy ABROAD?

    On this page you will find all information you need.

    When?

    You can go on an exchange for your master thesis experiments in 2nd master (mid February-mid May).

    Who?

    You need to:

    • Have a bachelor's degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences.
    • Have passed the first master in the June examination period.

    How?

    Nomination

    Generally, exchanges are only allowed to the universities with which there is a bilateral agreement.

    For these exchanges, your exchange coordinator Prof. dr. Debby Mangelings should be contacted before March 10th in the academic year before your exchange. After your nomination, you need to set up a learning agreement in correspondence with the exchange coordinator.

    When you want to go to a different destination, you need to find a host lab yourself. The only prerequisite is that the university should have a Pharmacy programme. In this case it is recommended to contact the exchange coordinator well in advance (preferably in 3rd bachelor) to discuss the possibilities.

    INTERESTED IN STUDYING health - gerontology ABROAD?

    Exchange coordinator Prof. Rose Njemini

    Have a look at the destinations (below) and the general procedure. For more information, don't hesitate to contact your exchange coordinator Prof. Rose Njemini.

    INTERESTED IN STUDYING Biomedical Sciences ABROAD?

    On this page you will find all information you need.

    When?

    You can go on an exchange for your research internships in master's year 1 (February - May) or master's year 2 (September - May).

    Who?

    You need to:

    • have obtained your bachelor's degree in Biomedical Sciences

    How?

    Nomination

    Contact your exchange coordinator: Prof. Ellen Goossens

    Together, you will search and contact research groups working on the topic of your interest. You are absolutely not limited to the destinations listed below. Exchange in Biomedical Sciences is organized under the form of traineeships and can, in theory, be performed in any lab in any country.

    Learning agreement

    After your traineeship has been accepted by the partner abroad, you will have to fill in a learning agreement, together with the exchange coordinator and the lab abroad. Take into account that this can take some time! Deadline to submit the completed learning agreement: March 10th (the academic year before your exchange).

    Destination

    Institution