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STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMME

Student Exchange Programme (SEP) increases opportunities for improvement in pharmacy education through facilitating students and young pharmacists to undertake international professional experiences in various pharmacy fields. The aim of SEP is to promote understanding and cooperation among pharmacy students and healthcare professionals across borders. It also helps to broaden the students’ understanding of pharmaceutical and social conditions in different countries and offers a unique educational and cultural experience

Over the last 50 years, Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Manipal Academy of Higher Education has immensely contributed towards the development of pharmacy profession in India and abroad. MCOPS has an international university campus, excellent infrastructure with a renowned group of faculty.  Every year, MCOPS gets a diverse group of students from various parts of the world and the country. The objectives of SEP are as follows:

  • Students will be exposed to better learning opportunities.
  • Students will develop better self-awareness and self-esteem.
  • Opportunity for Social and Cultural exchanges around the globe.
  • Future Collaboration between the host Universities are possible.
  • Host universities get international publicity and may attract students for higher education and research

Sl #

Name of the Student

University Affiliation

Period

Student Exchange Committee

From

To

1.      

Mr. Nikki Felizatto

School of Pharmacy, Griffith University, Australia

06.01.2017

16.02.2017

IPSF

2.      

Ms. Ramandeep Singh

06.01.2017

16.02.2017

IPSF

3.      

Ms. Bushra Jat

06.01.2017

16.02.2017

IPSF

4.      

Ms. Jenae Freeman

06.01.2017

16.02.2017

IPSF

5.      

Mr. Bailey Dawson

06.01.2017

16.02.2017

IPSF

6.      

Ms. Lucy Milne

06.01.2017

16.02.2017

IPSF

7.      

Ms. Heather Ko

06.01.2017

16.02.2017

IPSF

8.      

Ms. Logitha Ramachandran

Lincoln University College, Malaysia

06.08.2017

25.08.2017

IPSF

9.      

Ms. Tadeja Snedec

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

05.06.2017

13.07.2017

IAESTE

10.  

Mr. George Danial Boshra Aziz

Sohag Universtiy, Sohag

16.06.2017

31.07.2017

AIESEC

11.  

Ms. Roaa Shaaban Ibrahim Youssef Kassem

Alexandria University, Egypt

23.06.2017

26.07.2017

AIESEC

12.  

Ms. Shannon Green

University of Edinburg, Scotland, UK

03.07.2017

15.08.2017

AIESEC

13.  

Ms. Mai Ismail

German University in Cairo,Egypt

20.07.2017

10.09.2017

AIESEC

14.  

Ms. Salma Ali Feteha

Alexandria University, Clinical Pharmacy, Egypt

12.08.2017

18.09.2017

AIESEC

15.  

Ms Omneia Ahmed Ibrahim Mahmoud Elsamahi

Alexandria University, Egypt

03.08.2017

10.09.2017

AIESEC

16.  

Ms. Yassmin Abdelfattah  Mohamed Ahmed

Sohag Universtiy, Sohag, Egypt

01.08.2017

21.09.2017

AIESEC

17.  

Ms. Hanaa Mohyieldin Ahmed Mohammadien

Sohag Universtiy, Sohag

01.08.2017

15.09.2017

AIESEC

18.  

Ms. Hasnaa Hasan

01.08.2017

23.09.2017

AIESEC

19.  

Mr. Mohamed Azzous

01.08.2017

15.09.2017

AIESEC

20.  

Mr Hamdi Ahmed Abdelwahab Ahmed Elbatal

Delta University, Egypt

01.07.2017

14.08.2017

AIESEC

21.  

Ms Omnia Ayman Ahmed

Alexandria University, Egypt

19.09.2017

19.09.2017

AIESEC

22.  

Ms Yara Samy Mabrouk

Faculty of Pharmacy and Drug Manufacturing, Pharos University, Alexandria, Egypt

11.08.2017

19.09.2017

AIESEC

23.  

Ms Chen Xiaoyan

Jiagnan University, Pharmaceutical Engineering, Egypt

15.07.2017

28.08.2017

AIESEC

24.  

Ms Mariam Hussein

Pharos University, Pharmacy and Drug Manufacturing, Egypt

18.07.2017

14.09.2017

AIESEC

25.  

Mr Yuan Chen

University College London, London, UK

15.07.2017

28.08.2017

AIESEC

26.  

Mr Maged Mohamed Hassan Kharouba

Alexandria University, Egypt

31.08.2017

27.09.2017

AIESEC

27.  

Ms Salma Ali Feteha

12.08.2017

18.09.2017

AIESEC

28.  

Ms Hebatallah Mahmoud Ahmed Ali Elwassef

Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt

23.09.2017

19.12.2017

AIESEC

29.  

Ms Nikitha Rajendran

Western Kentucky University, The Gatton Academy, KY, USA

19.12.2017

21.12.2017

Observship SEP

 

Outgoing MCOPS students :

Sl #

Name of the Student

University Visited

Period

Student Exchange Committee

From

To

1.      

Ms Avni Nautiyal

Heriott Watt University, Putrajaya, Malaysia

05.06.2017

18.07.2017

AIESEC

2.      

Ms Anjali Bhagat

Universitas Katolik Parahyangan (UNPAR)  Bandung, Indonesia

12.06.2017

23.07.2017

AIESEC

3.      

Ms ANUSHNA SEN

RMIT University, Vietnam

01.12.2016

30.01.2017

AIESEC

4.      

Ms Spandana T Kotian

University of Science Malaysia, Penang

10.07.2017

04.08.2017

IPSF

5.      

Ms Monica Shekhar

School of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, Griffith University, Australia

01.06.2017

01.08.2017

IPSF

6.      

Ms Yeshi Lhamo

University of Findlay, College of Pharmacy, Ohio, USA

12.06.2017

30.06.2017

IPSF

7.      

Mr Sujayendra Rao U

12.06.2017

09.06.2017

IPSF

8.      

Mr Gohil Parth Bipin

Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia, Canada

15.07.2017

15.08.2017

IPSF

9.      

Ms Alekhya L

University of Findlay, College of Pharmacy, Ohio, USA

12.06.2017

30.12.2017

IPSF

10.  

Mr Okongwu Victor Justin

International Clinics & Hospital Ltd. Kano - Nigeria

05.06.2017

15.07.2017

IPSF

11.  

Ms Roshni Ann Mathai

Faculty of Pharmacy, Universitas Airlangga,Surabaya, Indonesia

02.06.2017

25.07.2017

IPSF

12.  

Ms Deepthi Jacob

02.06.2017

25.07.2017

IPSF

13.  

Ms Shilpa Sundar

Faculty of Medicine, The University of British Columbia, Canada

15.07.2017

15.08.2017

IPSF