- 1.The Hows and Whys of Studying Abroad
It has always been part of SRC’s goal to not only provide topnotch review programs for aspiring chemists and chemical technicians, but also to help our students in achieving their dream careers and exploring their options after graduating or taking the licensure exams.
One such option that many may be considering is pursuing graduate studies overseas. But how and where do you start? Which program should you choose? We are very thankful for the opportunity to learn from former SRC student and current Ph.D. student at the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute in Basel, Switzerland, Ms. Patricia Bravo, as she shared her experiences and important tips in applying to study abroad, via a Zoom webinar conducted last November 7.
From debunking some common misconceptions about studying overseas, to sharing about the practical aspects of living abroad, the webinar focused on Ms. Patricia’s experiences in applying for scholarships and studying in different universities in Europe.
If you are interested in studying abroad, you may watch the entire webinar below.
About the speaker:
Patricia graduated BS Biochemistry from De La Salle University in 2017 and became a licensed chemist 6 months later. In 2018, she was awarded the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Scholarship, which allowed her to take her studies at the University of Paris (France), University of Angers (France), and the University of Patras (Greece), where she majored in Nanomedicine for Drug Delivery. With a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network program of the European Union, she’s currently starting her Ph.D. at the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute / University of Basel in Switzerland, focusing on malaria research.
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