Welcome to the
IPSF Student Exchange Program
'Tis the season of SEP Promotion!
SEP Spotlight: Egypt!
Want to visit the ancient ruins of Egypt? Ride a Camel through the amazing Pyramids of Giza? Visit the Citadel of Alexandria? See the amazing city sunet?
Come to Egypt with EPSF or ASPSA, and you will have the exchange of a lifetime!
A Word from the SEOs of Egypt
Marhaban Greetings from Egypt, the land of beauty and civilization. As Arabic native speakers, we are used to say "Marhaban" for our visitors as a welcome and greeting. So when you come here you will be familiar with this word as many other Arabic words. In Egypt you will live a great experience that mixes between ancient civilization and modern life, you will never find this strange mix anywhere else. You will enjoy the Touristic monuments and modern attractions and arts. Starting from the pyramids, marvellous museums, ancient Mosques and churches, mind taking sea shores, Egyptian traditional restaurants, and finally malls and cafés. Talking about the Egyptian people, words are not enough! You will feel the Egyptians' kindness and hospitality whenever you go.
Ahmed Abdullah Ahmed, EPSF SEO
Have you always thought of visiting Egypt, but worried about the crowded capital? In the beautiful city of Alexandria, we offer you an opportunity to experience the pharmacy practice in the Middle-East through our diverse training in both community and hospital pharmacy and industrial training. Our invitation involves inhaling the Mediterranean Sea breeze every morning from your room, all FOR FREE. After your training period it’s time for our mega trip around Egypt’s most exciting touristic and historical sites. You’ll get to visit the pyramids, snorkel between the coral reefs and even sand surfing. It’s a guaranteed lifetime experience! Don’t hesitate and choose ASPSA as your host!
From Egypt with Love
Marwan El Hammamy, ASPSA SEO
SEP in Egypt was completely unexpected to me. When I submitted my application form to database, I didn’t have EPSF on my list. I made decision of going to Egypt just a month before departure. But I never regretted the decision. I spent there a whole time, met fantastic people. Lived unforgettable moments and experienced completely different pharmacy that I was used to. We had always Egyptian companion so that we were safe all the time. What was important not only for us, but also for our families. The coordinators did great job, that we felt secure and entertained. The only thing that I can really complain is that the SEP was too short to me. I wish to return to Egypt soon and experience everything once again.
Marta Paterska from Poland, had SEP in EPSF