Most of our training sites are located in Hospital Pharmacies and Community Pharmacies. Others includeWarehouse and Storage, Industry and Research and Development Lab at university. We have limited placements in Quality Control at TFDA (Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority)
Length of training periods
Most sites offer a maximum of 6 weeks, anytime between June and August.
Available months and cities
Training programs are offered in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania from June to August.
Student Hostels are available for SEP students to ensure interaction among different cultures. Accommodation will cost around USD100 per month and is paid by the student.
Board, pocket money or other financial benefits/remuneration
We do not provide pocket money, financial benefits or any other form of remuneration.
Basic knowledge of English language is required. During their stay, students will be required to learn some common Swahili phrases to aid interaction with locals.
Students are eligible to participate in the program upon the completion of their first year at Pharmacy School. Students should have an official introductory letter from theirUniversities from the Dean of School or Principal or any higher staff member. Passport size photos and vaccination certificate against yellow fever are also required.
Information on Work Permits and Visa
Visa requirements vary according to student's nationality; • Students from East Africa under EAC can get their temporary Visa at the port of entry • For other countries; TAPSA will provide an Invitation Letter to the incoming student to assist in obtaining VISA Work Permits are not required. NB. Kindly contact the Tanzania consulate offices at your country, for more specific information regarding visa requirements. TAPSA does not make Visa applications for students.
Students have to apply at least two months before the date of their exchange. For more information, please contact: email@example.com