Bulgaria, BPhSA

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Total number of places per year (approximately)
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Community pharmacy: The Bulgarian Pharmaceutical Scientific Laboratory is a part of Pediatric Pharmacy Erudita and is nowadays the only one in Bulgaria pharmaceutical facility for direct compounding of extemporaneal drugs with technological possibilities for preparation of creams, unguents, liniments, solutions, oral suspensions, suppositories, ovules, powders, capsules, nose drops, oral gels and even eye drops. The trainees will have the chance to overlook the stages of the medicine’s life – starting from the doctor’s prescription, passing through the design and development of magistral pharmaceutical from, ending to a drug delivery and patient counselling.

Length of training periods

2-4 weeks

Available months and cities

The accommodation and work site will be located in Sofia. Available months : From January till December Minimum 2 weeks required

Type accommodation

Student residence - equipped family house (kitchen furniture, cutlery, washing machine, bathroom, free WiFi internet ). Accomodation fee of 12 (eight) Euro / day, paid by the participant upon arrival

Board, pocket money or other financial benefits/remuneration

not included

Language requirements

The applicant should have a good command of English language. (Russian, other Slavic language, Spanish or German will be helpful).

Other requirements

Minimum year of study – no limitation – may be a 1st year student or a pharmacist up to 5 years after graduation.If not arranged in advance, upon arrival the trainee student will be a subject to a health insurance procedure, paid by him/herself.

Information on Work Permits and Visa

Bulgaria is a part of the European Union, so for European citizens no visa is required. For applicants, who need visa to enter the country, consular support (official invitation letter) will be provided by the hosting organization.

Selection Procedures

Constant process – no deadlines. The applicant will be contacted maximum seven (7) days after submission of interest.