The Netherlands will be the best destination for pharmacy students since 2019
On November 20, 1977, the Office of the President of the European Union officially announced that Amsterdam would be the new headquarters of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) after the United Kingdom left the Union. Europe (also known as Brexit). In 2019, when the EMA moved its headquarters, it would be a lever for the Netherlands to become even more attractive to international students wishing to pursue pharmaceuticals.
The relocation of the EMA from London to Amsterdam is expected to attract 36,000 visitors a year, bringing positive effects in the areas of restaurants, hotels and services to the Dutch capital.
Not only that, the decision promises to bring many academic advantages, supports for many research projects as well as calls for more investment funds in the country's pharmaceutical research. The Medical Innovation Initiative is the largest project in Europe, with many specialized collaborative projects among professionals and scientists in the field of pharmaceuticals, to promote the pharmaceutical initiative in the old Continent. .
Professor Johannes Van Leeuwen, head of the Erasmus University Medical Center, said the EMA would transfer large numbers of scholars to medical centers located in Erasmus, Leiden, Utrecht, Delft University of Technology and Amsterdam. It offers academic advantages and many research projects to the Netherlands in general.
In the 2016-2017 academic year, the Netherlands has over 80,000 international students enrolled in general and applied science universities. This number is double the number of students enrolled in "orange country" compared to the time 10 years ago.
Foreign students are studying in the Netherlands from 164 countries around the world, and this is still the destination for studying in Europe with the highest proportion of international students in the continent. After graduation, up to 25% of graduates stay here working and living, especially in four major cities with developed economic communities, including Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam and Utrecht. In particular, Maastricht and Amsterdam are the capital cities of many international students "choose to send gold," with the number of international students up to 10,000 in each city.
Universities in the Netherlands:
Maastricht University (UM) is the most international school in the Netherlands, and, with more than 16,000 students, the school is growing. Maastricht University is characterized by innovative modeling, internationalism and a multidisciplinary approach in research and training.
Thanks to its high quality training and research programs, as well as its commitment to social commitment, UM has quickly built a solid reputation. Currently, the school is considered one of the best young universities in the world - according to the Times Higher Education's "200 Under 50" ranking in 2017.
Graduates from Maastricht are the culmination of an educational approach that values problem solving. They are assertive, independent and knowledgeable, talented, skilled in analyzing complex issues, synthesizing and structuring information, working in the international team model, organizing and leading. Lead discussions and form ideas.
Leiden University was founded in 1571, was the first university in the Netherlands. Through continuous development, Leiden University has become one of the leading research universities in Europe. Leiden graduates have the leading competitive edge in applying specialized knowledge and performing functions outside the training field.
Currently, the University of Leiden offers courses such as medicine, art, etc. at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Mahidol University (Mahidol University - MU) was established in 1888, is a leading research institute located in Bangkok, Thailand with many facilities. The College offers a wide range of subjects from 17 majors and 6 majors, including Communications Design, Media Studies, Social Studies, Business Economics, Film Production, International Business. , and Biological Sciences. The school is recognized as Thailand's top university by the Times Higher Education Rankings, QS Asia and Webometrics.
McGill University is located in the city of Montreal in the province of Quebec. The university has 11 faculties and 11 professional schools, which provide more than 300 programs for nearly 39,500 students. McGill University is often referred to as "Canada's Most International University" as it welcomes students from all over the world and has over 250,000 alumni around the globe. McGill ranked first in Canada among the medical doctorate colleges. In a 2013 survey, employers ranked McGill as the 37th most prestigious institution in the world.
Vrije University Amsterdam
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, located in the vibrant city of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, is one of the famous research universities in the Netherlands and around the world. With more than 23,000 students, the university conducts advanced research on issues of scientific and social importance. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam specializes in research and education through four main themes reflecting its strong level of involvement in today's social issues: Human Health and Life Sciences, Sustainability Sciences , World Connections, and Social Governance.
University of Groningen
The University of Groningen, founded in 1614 and based in the Netherlands. It is one of the oldest and largest universities in the Netherlands. The University of Groningen is internationally renowned as a leading research university. The College offers a wide range of high quality undergraduate programs at various levels across 9 areas of the college. The qualifications offered are recognized by the Dutch Government and are also internationally recognized. Since the inception of the school, more than 100,000 students have graduated.
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