National Pharmaceutical Links:

  1. Academy of Scientific Research and Technology
  2. Cultural Affairs and Missions Sector
  3. Damanhour University
  4. Egyptian Drug Authority
  5. Egyptian Knowledge Bank (Registration steps)
  6. Egyptian Pharmacists Syndicate
  7. Egyptian Universities Libraries Consortium(Registration steps)
  8. Faculty of Pharmacy Ain shams university
  9. Faculty of Pharmacy Cairo University
  10. Faculty of Pharmacy Future University in Egypt
  11. Faculty of Pharmacy Minia University
  12. General Scientific Research Department
  13. German University in Cairo
  14. National Authority for Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Education
  15. National e-learning center
  16. October 6 University
  17. Science and Technology Development Fund
  18. Supreme Council of Universities
  19. Tanta University
  20. The Binational Fulbright commission in Egypt
  21. Zagazig University

International Pharmaceutical Links:

Pharmaceutical Organizations & Associations

  1. Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy
  2. American Academy of Pharmaceutical Physicians
  3. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists
  4. American College of Clinical Pharmacology
  5. American Institute of the History of Pharmacy
  6. American Pharmaceutical Association
  7. American Society for Automation in Pharmacy
  8. American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
  9. American Society for Health-System Pharmacists
  10. American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
  11. American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP)
  12. American Society of Phamacognosy
  13. Association of Clinical Research Professionals
  14. Association of Finnish Pharmacies
  15. Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry
  16. Australasian Society of Clinical & Experimental Pharmacologists & Toxicologists
  17. Austrian Association of Hospital Pharmacists
  18. Austrian Federal Board of Pharmacy
  19. Austrian Pharmacological Society
  20. British Pharmacological Society
  21. California Pharmacists Association
  22. Canadian Association of Pharmacy in Oncology
  23. Canadian Pharmacists Association
  24. Canadian Society for Pharmaceutical Sciences
  25. Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists
  26. Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists, BC
  27. Controlled Release Society (Pharmacology)
  28. Croatian Pharmacological Society
  29. Drug Information Association
  30. European Society of Clinical Pharmacy
  31. Georgia Pharmacy Association
  32. Guild of Hospital Pharmacists, UK
  33. Health Action International
  34. Indian Pharmacological Society
  35. Institute for Safe Medication Practices
  36. International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists
  37. International Pharmaceutical Federation
  38. International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology
  39. Israel Society for Physiology and Pharmacology
  40. National Association of Boards of Pharmacy
  41. National Community Pharmacists Association
  42. National Pharmaceutical Association, UK
  43. National Pharmaceutical Council
  44. Neonatal and Paediatric Pharmacists Group
  45. New York State Council of Health-System Pharmacists
  46. Ohio Pharmacists Association
  47. Oregon Society of Health-System Pharmacists
  48. Organisation of Pharmaceutical Producers of India
  49. Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America
  50. Pharmaceutical Society of Australia
  51. Canadian Society of Pharmacology and Therapeutics
  52. Pharmacy Guild of Australia
  53. Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain
  54. Saudi Pharmaceutical Society
  55. Society of Toxicology
  56. Society of Toxicology of Canada
  57. South African Association of Hospital & Institutional Pharmacists
  58. Swiss Society of Pharmacology and Toxicology
  59. The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
  60. The American Association of Pharmacy Technicians
  61. Utah Pharmaceutical Association
  62. Verified Internet Pharmacy Practice Sites (VIPPS)
  63. Virginia Pharmacists Association
  64. West Virginia Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists

Journals and Newletters

  1. Acta Pharmacologica Sinica
  2. Advances in Therapy
  3. Adverse Drug Reactions
  4. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy
  5. American Journal of Therapeutics
  6. American Pharmaceutical Review
  7. Annals of Pharmacotherapy
  8. Annual Review of Pharmacology and Toxicology
  9. Antiviral Therapy
  10. Australian journal of Pharmacy
  11. Biochemical Pharmacology
  12. BioDrugs
  13. Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy
  14. BMC Clinical Pharmacology
  15. BMC Pharmacology
  16. BMJ ( The general medical journal site )
  17. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
  18. British Journal of Pharmacology
  19. Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy
  20. Cardiovascular Drug Reviews
  21. Cardiovascular Drugs and Therapy
  22. Chemical Research in Toxicology
  23. Chemico-Biological Interactions
  24. Chemistry and Industry Magazine
  25. Chemotherapy
  26. CNS Drug Reviews
  27. CNS Drugs
  28. Consultant Pharmacist
  29. Daru Pharmacy Journal
  30. dotPharmacy
  31. Drug and Chemical Toxicology
  32. Drug Dev. & Industrial Pharmacy
  33. Drug Discovery Online Newsletter
  34. Drug Metabolism Reviews
  35. Drug Resistance Updates
  36. Drug Safety
  37. Drugs of Today
  38. Drugtopics.com
  39. Emerging Drugs
  40. Essential Medicines Monitor
  41. European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
  42. European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics
  43. European Journal of Pharmacology
  44. European Journal of Pharmacology
  45. Food and Drug Law Journal
  46. Formulary
  47. Formulary Journal
  48. Free Medical Journals
  49. General Pharmacology
  50. Hospital Pharmacist
  51. Hospital Pharmacy
  52. Indian Journal of Pharmacology
  53. Inhalation Toxicology
  54. Int. Jou. of Pharmaceutical Compounding
  55. Int. Jou. of Pharmaceutical Medicine
  56. Int. Journal of Antimicrobial Agents
  57. Int. Journal of Drug cGMP
  58. Int. Journal of Generic Drugs
  59. Int. Journal of Pharmaceutics
  60. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice
  61. International Journal of Toxicology
  62. Japanese Journal of Pharmacology
  63. JAPhA ( The Journal Of The American Pharmacists Association )
  64. Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology
  65. Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
  66. Journal of Herbal Pharmacotherapy
  67. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
  68. Journal of Medicinal Food
  69. Journal of Natural Products
  70. Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
  71. Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology
  72. Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association
  73. Microbial Drug Resistance
  74. Natural Pharmacy
  75. New Drugs/Indications
  76. Pediatric Drugs
  77. Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal
  78. Pharmaceutical Journal
  79. Pharmaceutical Press
  80. Pharmacology
  81. Pharmacology & Therapeutics
  82. Pharmacology & Toxicology
  83. Pharmacotherapy
  84. Pharmacy Assistant
  85. Pharmacy Education
  86. Pharmacy Online
  87. Pharmacy Update
  88. PharmSci ( The American Association Of Pharmaceutical scientists )
  89. PharmSciTech
  90. PSA ( The Pharmaceutical Society Of Australia )
  91. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology
  92. Scrip World Pharmaceutical News
  93. The Internet Journal of Pharmacology
  94. The Lancet
  95. The Medical Letter
  96. Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
  97. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology
  98. US Pharmacist
  99. USP Quality Review US Pharmacopeia
  100. WHO Drug Information
  101. World of Drug Information

Pharmacies

  1. Drug store
  2. IT Pharmacy

Pharmaceutical Commercials & Companies

  1. 3M Pharmaceuticals
  2. Abbott Laboratories
  3. Active Biotech
  4. Allergan, Inc.
  5. Alliance Pharmaceutical Corp.
  6. Amgen
  7. Amylin Pharmaceuticals
  8. Aronex Pharmaceuticals
  9. Arris Pharmaceuticals
  10. Astra Merck, Inc.
  11. Astra-Zeneca
  12. Atlantic Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
  13. sanofi-aventis (schweiz) ag
  14. Bayer
  15. Beiersdorf
  16. Berna Biotech Ltd.
  17. Bioforce/Vogel
  18. Biomed (CH)
  19. Bio-strath SG
  20. Boehringer Ingelheim
  21. Bristol-Myers Squibb
  22. Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
  23. Ciba Vision
  24. DuraPharm
  25. Eli Lilly and Company
  26. Genentech, Inc.
  27. Glaxo SmithKline Suisse
  28. Greer Laboratories
  29. Grünenthal
  30. Guidant
  31. Hoechst AG
  32. Influenza Vaccine Manufacturers
  33. Institut Pasteur
  34. J. P. Pharma
  35. Knoll AG (Schweiz)
  36. Kos Pharmaceuticals
  37. LEO Pharma
  38. Lilly
  39. Mepha Pharma CH
  40. Merck & Co., Inc.
  41. MSD-Chibret AG (Switzerland)
  42. Novartis
  43. Novartis Suisse
  44. Novo Nordisk Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  45. NV Organon (International)
  46. Omida AG für Homِopathie und Biochemie
  47. Organon CH
  48. Pfizer
  49. Pharmacia
  50. Pharmacia Animal Health
  51. Pharmaton
  52. Rivopharm
  53. Roche
  54. Roxane Laboratories, Inc.
  55. Daiichi Sankyo (Schweiz) AG
  56. Schering Germany
  57. Schwarz Pharma
  58. Searle & Company, G.D.
  59. Similasan-Homeopathie
  60. SmithKline Beecham
  61. Takeda Japan
  62. Takeda Switzerland
  63. The Serono Group
  64. UCB Pharma
  65. Upjohn Company, The
  66. Vertex Pharmaceuticals Incorporated
  67. Vifor-The Company
  68. Warner-Lambert Company
  69. CSL Behring

Pharmaceutical analytical chemistry

  1. A guide to HPLC
  2. Chemdex
  3. Chemistry departments in U.S.
  4. Chemweb
  5. FTIR links RMIT spectroscopy facility
  6. Gas chromatography
  7. HPLC textbook
  8. Introduction to fluorescence techniques
  9. Spectrochemical analysis
  10. Statistics for analytical scientists
  11. The analytical chemistry springboard
  12. The chemiluminescence home page
  13. Topics in sci.techniques mass spectroscopy
  14. Welcome to camag

Pharmaceutical Site

  1. Antibiotics Guide
  2. British National Formulary (BNF)
  3. Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin – DTB
  4. drug information
  5. drugs
  6. Essential Drug List -WHO
  7. FDA
  8. Health Tech. andPharmaceutics
  9. Martindale’s
  10. PDR Online
  11. PharmWeb
  12. RxList- Internet Drug Index
  13. U.S. Pharmacopia- Drug Information

Drug Interactions

  1. bodyandfitness
  2. Cytochrome P450 Drug Interaction Table
  3. fda
  4. PharminfoNet
  5. pharmj
  6. pswi
  7. Rx Interactions
  8. sdh
  9. thebody
  10. utmb

New Drugs

  1. Additions/Deletions for Prescription and OTC Drug Product Lists
  2. Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) – What’s New
  3. List of Orphan Drugs Designations and Approvals
  4. New Drugs
  5. New Drugs
  6. New Medicines in Development

Pharmacokinetics and Esoteric

Biodegradability of Chloroanilines Chlorobenzenes Chloronitrobenzenes and Chlorophenols

  1. Calcium Channel Blockers Revisited
  2. Calculator for Drug Conversions
  3. Ceftizoxime: a third-generation cephalosporin active against anaerobic bacteria
  4. Molecular Modeling Databases

Centers of Excellence

  1. A First Course in Pharmacokinetics and Biopharmaceutics
  2. AHA Prophylaxis Guidelines For Prevention Of Bacterial Endocardiditis
  3. Antimicrobial Agents, Costs, and Indications
  4. Australian College of Pharmacy Practice
  5. Australian Prescription Products Guide
  6. BIAM Pharmaceutiques Francaises
  7. Body Surface Area Calculator
  8. CanMed Consultants Inc., Employment and training specialists for pharmaceutical and related industries, hospitals, clinics and physicians.
  9. Carboplatin Dose Calculator
  10. Catholic University of Louvain School of Pharmacy/Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
  11. Chinese University of Hong Kong, Department of Pharmacy
  12. Classification of Medicines, NZ
  13. Clinical Psychopharmacology Seminar
  14. College of Pharmacy, University of Texas, Austin
  15. Common Infections Treatment at Medical College of Wisconsin
  16. Czech Pharmaceutical Museum
  17. DoseCalc Online (Oncology)
  18. Electronic Medicines Compendium, UK
  19. Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at The University of British Columbia
  20. FDA Medwatch U.S Food and Drug Administration
  21. FDA Warning on Rezulin Triglitazone
  22. Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul State, School of Pharmacy,
  23. Food and Drug Administration
  24. Gold Standard Multimedia Inc. – GREAT Pharmacy/Pharmacology Software
  25. Handbook of Parenteral Drug Administration
  26. Harvard University Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology
  27. IMS Health
  28. Institute of Pharmaceutical Chemistry University of Vienna, Austria
  29. International Pharmajobs
  30. Investigational Drugs, Therapies and Vaccines
  31. Medical Pharmacology Learning Modules
  32. Medicine Data Sheets, NZ
  33. Medicines Safety, NZ
  34. Methylphenidate for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
  35. Molecules of the Month
  36. MultiMedia & CAI Software in Pharmacy
  37. Nurse’s PDR Resource Center
  38. Over-the-Counter Drugs FDA
  39. Pharm News
  40. Pharma Nord Research Manual
  41. Pharmaceutical Information Network
  42. Pharmacology Study Guides
  43. Pharmacy Related Art and Photos
  44. Pharmacy Schools on the Web
  45. PharmWeb
  46. PK Solutions, Noncompartmental Pharmacokinetics Equations and Software
  47. Prophylactic Antibiotics in Children
  48. PTEC – Pharmacy Technician Educators Council
  49. Purdue Pharma
  50. Recommendations and Guidelines for Surgical Prophylaxis
  51. Royal Danish School of Pharmacy
  52. Rutgers University – College of Pharmacy
  53. South African Medical Formulary
  54. Tetracycline use in children updated
  55. The University of Tennessee Medical Center – Rxtra Info
  56. The Virtual Pharmacy Center by Martindale
  57. The Welsh School of Pharmacy
  58. Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Science
  59. Toronto Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology
  60. University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy
  61. University of Maryland at Baltimore School of Pharmacy
  62. University of Michigan Department of Pharmacy
  63. University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy
  64. University of Queensland School of Pharmacy
  65. University of South Australia School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences
  66. Virtual Library: Pharmacy
  67. Web Addresses, e-mail addresses, links, and telephone numbers for many pharmaceutical manufacturing companies.
  68. WHO Guide to Good Prescribing
  69. WSU College of Pharmacy’s Virtual Classrooms

Why did you go to PUA for student exchange?

The chance to visit Africa, and more specific an Arab country with so much history as Egypt has, made the decision very easy. PUA offered the necessities and quality needed for my bachelor thesis to be conducted.

How long was the exchange period?

The exchange lasted 8 weeks in total.

How have you been chosen for the exchange?

Prof. Andrew Martin from KTH scouted for students to participate in a collaboration with PUA and KTH, me and my colleagues applied and were accepted.

What do you think are the differences between studying at PUA and KTH?

The difference is a more direct contact or line of communication in PUA compared to KTH. The relationships between pupils and professors are more personal than in KTH. Moreover, the learning is more of a practical character in PUA than in KTH, where the approach is often more theoretical and is conducted to bring discussion.

Did PUA staff, professors, researcher and others that you met been helpful and easy to communicate, discuss and cooperate

They have been excellent in supporting all causes, the communication line is very clear and everyone, including students, are very generous and show great hospitality. Our Egyptian colleagues, whom we collaborate with, have excellent knowledge in their field and are easy to discuss with.

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Why did you go to (KTH Royal Institute of Technology) for staff exchange?

The main objectives of this mobility are:
- Explore the master program in Electrical Engineering in KTH.
- Investigate the availability of joint undergraduate projects submission.
- Acquire new teaching and learning skills from KTH.
- Reinforcement the cooperation between KTH and PUA.

How long was the exchange period?

A month.

How have you been chosen to this visit?

Through a presentation in front of the vice president and the international relations coordinator of PUA University. The presentation includes my goals to this grant of the Erasmus+ staff mobility program and this is done after the submission of the motivation letter and my CV to them.

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Why did you go to the School of Pharmacy, University of Eastern Finland for staff exchange?

I consider the visit to the School of Pharmacy, UEF, as a lifetime experience that I believe it is a milestone in my career. It is a significant opportunity to discover innovative and different teaching and research techniques as well as to explore new foreign culture that is definitely motivational and very inspirational to my career

How long was the exchange period?

The exchange period was 8 days

How have you been chosen to this visit?

The journey started after my motivation letter was selected by Prof. Dr. Maged ElGhazouly, Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy and Drug Manufacturing. I was one of 5 lecturers who were chosen to present their motivations to contribute in such exchange program in front of Prof. Dr. Mahmoud Mohey ElDin, President of Pharos University in Alexandria and Prof. Dr. Nourhan Fanaky, Vice President for Education and Students Affairs.

How do studies and researches at School of Pharmacy, University of Eastern Finland differ in comparison to your previous experience?

I think they are different in the time and resources available for their research. In addition, most of them are working as a multidisciplinary team which collaborate together for successful publications

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Why did you go to KTH for staff exchange?

To gain more experience about teaching methods, to get introduced to a new culture, to widen my professional network, to know more about the curriculum of the courses in the KTH and compare it to ours in PUA. My main mission was about the BIM courses to transfer the way of teaching and to know all the courses that are taught in the KTH as PUA is starting to teach this new technology.

How long was the exchange period?

It was one month.

How have you been chosen to this visit?

I have been chosen through a process that started by a call to all the staff members for whoever wants to submit a motivation letter to be chosen. Then there was an interview with the faculty of engineering dean and head of departments. Then there was an interview with the head of international relations and the representatives of university’s president.

How do studies and researches at KTH differ in comparison to your previous experience?

It differs a lot as the number of years for the university education at the KTH are 3 for bachelor degree and most of the students there continue post graduate studies for 2 years to complete their master’s degree. One of the great differences is that all the master or PhD thesis are concerned with the industry to solve problems or to renovate the technology of construction.

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Why did you go to (Royal Institue of Technology KTH) for staff exchange?

My trip was part of a grant of the Erasmus+ Staff Mobility Program. The main purpose of the trip was to adopt new teaching methods, interactive learning methods and assessment methods. In addition, visit the laboratories and workshops. Another personal purpose was to network with people interested in the field of my PhD research and exchange knowledge with them.

How long was the exchange period?

The exchange period was for 10 days.

How have you been chosen to this visit?

I applied for it at the PUA. The application included a motivation letter, my CV and a valid IELTS certificate. Then I have done a presentation on the purpose of my application to this visit. The attendees of the presentation were the Vice President of the PUA and the International Relations Coordinator at the PUA.

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Why did you go to (KTH)for staff exchange?

I went there as a part of ICM program among the agreement between KTH and PUA

How long was the exchange period?

10 days

How do studies and researches at (KTH) differ in comparison to your previous experience?

There educaltional system consists of 3-years program BSc and 2 years Msc. The computer and electrical engineering are merged in one schoo;

Did (KTH) staff, professors, researcher and others that you met been helpful and easy to communicate, discuss and cooperate

Yes,

Could you describe a regular day as a student or teacher at (KTH)?

Student : attend lectures and lab sessions Teacher : give lectures, participate in meetings related to research projects

What was the best part of your experience at (KTH)?

Meeting with master programs directors and advanced abs

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What made you chose PUA to study?

Being best authentic private university in Alexandria with highly qualified cooperative Teaching staff from professors to demonstrators is reason enough for anyone to join your University.

Why did you go to (University of Eastern Finland) for student exchange?

In my opinion, the university announced for scholarship was a great opportunity to discover their teaching methods and facilities whilst still student in PUA, as well as experience first-hand the European scandanavian culture.

How long was the exchange period?

About four months since 3rd/sept/2018 to 20th/dec/2018

How have you been chosen for the exchange?

By assessing applicant English proficiency, recommendation letter from my professors, motivation letter and interviews was also done to assess student social and academic background as well as their overall character.

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What made you chose PUA to study?

I choose Pharos University because it is one of the top 10 universities in the Republic of Egypt and its close relationship between other international universities, especially the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)

Why did you go to (KTH) for student exchange?

To gain experience of travel without parents and self-reliance and to see the cultures of other countries

How long was the exchange period?

It was 3 months

How have you been chosen for the exchange?

I think because I worked hard to study architecture and got the highest grades and excelled at the University of Pharos

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What made you chose PUA to study?

Because of the excellent educational level offered by pharos university.

Why did you go to (KTH) for student exchange?

To gain a new experience and knew the difference between education in Egypt and abroad.

How long was the exchange period?

3 months

How have you been chosen for the exchange?

I was nominated by my department then I have passed the language test and an interview with university administration.

What do you think are the differences between studying at PUA and (KTH)?

The biggest difference is that students there depend on themselves a lot in the education.

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What made you chose PUA to study?

I choose Pharos University to study because I knew about the agreement dual bachelor degree from both KTH and PUA which gives international exposure. Also its one of the best University for the education perspectives.

Why did you go to KTH for student exchange?

To gain experience, knowledge. Also to explore different cultures and know the least technology and trend in architecture.

How long was the exchange period?

3 months

How have you been chosen for the exchange?

First I have been writing my CV and motivation letter. Second I have been through 2 interviews and English test.

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What made you chose PUA to study? 

 I choose Pharos University to study because it is one of the universities that help on producing good generations.

 Why did you go to (KTH) for student exchange?

To gain experience and knowledge from other countries that could help me in my future sake concerning the Architecture Engineering. 

How long was the exchange period? 

3 months 

How have you been chosen for the exchange? 

 By owning high grades, good communication skills and language.

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Why did you go to PUA for student exchange? 

  I heard about the transportation project from my teacher at KTH. I chose PUA for exhange to write my bachelor thesis.

How long was the exchange period?  

3 months. 

 How have you been chosen for the exchange?

By my teacher at KTH. 

What do you think are the differences between studying at PUA and (KTH)? 

  I have nit participated in any courses but otherwise, there are differences such as school rules, computer lab.

Did PUA staff, professors, researcher and others that you met been helpful and easy to communicate, discuss and cooperate.  

Yes, they have been helpful all the period and it was easy to communicate with them.  

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What made you chose PUA to study?

Because it is one of best universities in Alexandria.

Why did you go to KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm for student exchange?

It was a good chance to gain experience.

How long was the exchange period?

Three months.

How have you been chosen for the exchange?

I have been chosen by my professors.

What do you think are the differences between studying at PUA and KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm?

The students at KTH is more independent.

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What made you chose PUA to study?

As Pharos is one from the best universities in Egypt, it was recommended for me.

Why did you go to (KTH) for student exchange?

It was the best chance ever to learn a lot about everything, their way of studying, their work during their lectures and tutorial.

How long was the exchange period?

It was for 3 months.

How have you been chosen for the exchange?

I was able to get the highest grades so that I could get my professors' nomination and I worked hard on it

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