The Faculty of Pharmacy trains public health professionals who are experts in medicines. In a rapidly changing context, both in terms of professions and training, it is fully in line with AMU's policy in terms of interdisciplinarity, professionalization, innovation and international outreach. International openness is at the heart of our faculty's strategy, to position our students in a technological and scientific influence of global scope, and to develop long-term partnerships with universities in emerging Asian countries.
The Erasmus + and Outside Europe partnerships, which have been in place for many years, allow students of all disciplines to benefit from an enriching experience abroad and also allow the Faculty of Pharmacy to receive students from all over the world for study or internship stays at the AP-HM. Our openness to the international scene also affects research with the establishment of thesis co-supervision and the hosting of foreign teachers and/or researchers.
The Faculty's staff can benefit from one week's training per year, generally in a European partner establishment, as part of staff training.
The International Relations and Research Service of our Faculty is at your disposal for any international project.
The Vice-Dean for International Relations