Yemen, YPSC

Total number of places per year (approximately)
Area possibilities

In order to facilitate our participation in the program, we plan to look for placements for our students through the following avenues: 1. University: We will work closely with universities and academic institutions known for their strong pharmaceutical programs. Through existing partnerships and outreach efforts, we will seek placement opportunities that align with the academic curriculum and provide valuable learning experiences for our students. 2. Pharmaceutical Industry: We will tap into our industry connections within the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors to identify potential placement opportunities. By engaging with pharmaceutical companies, research laboratories, and healthcare institutions, we aim to secure placements that offer hands-on experience and professional development for our students. 3. Hospital and Clinical Settings: Hospitals, clinics, and healthcare institutions in Hadhramout may offer placements for pharmacy students to gain clinical experience. Reach out to pharmacy departments or clinical coordinators at local hospitals or healthcare facilities to discuss hosting opportunities. Highlight the unique clinical experiences and patient populations available in Yemen. 4. Research Institutions: If your organization is involved in pharmaceutical research or has collaborations with research institutions, consider hosting pharmacy students interested in research internships. Reach out to universities or research organizations abroad to promote research opportunities in Yemen and attract students interested in pharmaceutical sciences.

Length of training periods
  1. Community Pharmacy, Hadhramout: Duration: 3 months Students will have the opportunity to work in community pharmacies in Hadhramout, gaining hands-on experience in providing pharmaceutical services to local communities.

  2. Hospital Pharmacy, Hadhramout: Duration: 3 months Students will undergo a 3-month exchange program in hospital pharmacies located in Hadhramout. This placement offers exposure to the management of medications within a hospital setting, patient care, and collaboration with healthcare professionals.

  3. Pharmaceutical Industry, Hadhramout: Duration: 3 months This exchange program provides students with a 3-month placement in the pharmaceutical industry sector in Hadhramout. They will have the opportunity to gain insights into pharmaceutical manufacturing processes, quality control, and regulatory affairs.

Available months and cities

Available Cities: The exchange programs are primarily focused in Hadhramout, which offers diverse opportunities in community pharmacies, hospital pharmacies, and the pharmaceutical industry. Comments: The duration of 3 months for each exchange program provides students with a substantial period to immerse themselves in their chosen field and gain valuable experience. Hadhramout serves as an ideal location for these exchange programs due to its vibrant pharmaceutical sector and opportunities for hands-on learning. While a full month may not be explicitly required, the 3-month duration allows students to fully engage with their placements and gain a comprehensive understanding of their chosen field.

Type accommodation

University Dormitories Cost: The cost of shared room accommodation is usually lower compared to single room options. Depending on the university and specific amenities offered, students can expect to pay anywhere from $50 to $100 per month for room accommodation. Deposit: Some university dormitories may require students to pay a deposit upon moving in, typically equivalent to one month rent. The deposit amount varies but is often refundable upon the completion of the student's stay, assuming there is no damage to the room or facilities.

Local Guesthouses or Hotels: Depending on the area, there may be guesthouses or small hotels where students can stay. While these accommodations may be more expensive, they could offer additional comfort and amenities such as private rooms, bathrooms, and dining options. Generally, prices for guesthouse and hotels accommodation range from $20 to $50 per night for a standard room. Prices may be higher in tourist areas or during peak seasons.

Host Families: Establishing partnerships with local families willing to host students could provide a culturally enriching experience for participants.

Students would live with host families, immersing themselves in the local culture and gaining insights into Yemeni daily life. Staying with host families in is often free of charge or involves minimal costs. Many host families offer hospitality out of cultural tradition, generosity, or a desire to foster intercultural exchange.

Board, pocket money or other financial benefits/remuneration

Participants may not receive financial benefits or remuneration, depending on the specific exchange arrangement and policies of the host association/employer. Student may be responsible for covering their accommodation expenses during the exchange period. However, in certain cases, accommodation may be arranged or subsidized by third-party organizations or sponsors. Participants should budget for additional expenses such as: Food: Estimate the cost of meals based on local prices and dining preferences. Transportation: Budget for local transportation expenses, such as public transit fares or taxi rides. Personal expenses: Consider expenses for toiletries, laundry, communication (e.g., phone, internet), and other incidentals. Trips or leisure activities: Plan for optional excursions, sightseeing tours, or cultural experiences outside of the regular exchange program activities.

Language requirements

Arabic & English

Other requirements

Students are eligible to apply for SEP starting from their second or third year of undergraduate study.

Information on Work Permits and Visa
  1. Type of Visa for Students: Students intending to study in Yemen typically need to apply for a student visa. This visa is specifically for individuals enrolled in educational institutions in Yemen.

  2. Visa Application Process: It's unclear whether visas for Yemen can be obtained online or upon entry into the country. Given the situation, it's advisable to check with the Yemeni embassy or consulate in your home country for the most accurate information regarding the visa application process.

  3. Visa Costs: Visa costs can vary depending on nationality, type of visa, and specific circumstances. Again, it's best to inquire directly with the Yemeni embassy or consulate regarding current visa fees.

  4. Timing for Visa Application: Due to potential processing delays and the uncertain nature of the situation in Yemen, it's advisable for students to apply for their visas well in advance of their intended travel dates. This could be several weeks to months before the start of their academic program.

  5. Required Documents: Commonly required documents for a student visa may include: Valid passport with at least six months validity beyond the intended period of stay Completed visa application form Letter of acceptance from a recognized educational institution in Yemen Proof of financial means to cover tuition fees and living expenses Passport-sized photographs Any additional documents as requested by the Yemeni embassy or consulate.

  6. Additional Requirements: Health Insurance: Some countries may require students to have health insurance coverage while studying abroad. It's essential to check whether this is a requirement for Yemen and to obtain appropriate coverage if necessary. Work Permits: If students intend to work while studying in Yemen, they may need to obtain a work permit. The process for obtaining a work permit can vary, and it's advisable to consult with the relevant authorities in Yemen for guidance on this matter. Assistance and Document Submission: Students should reach out to the Yemeni embassy or consulate in their home country for assistance with the visa application process. They will provide guidance on where to send documents and any other requirements for visa processing.

  7. Visa Exemptions: Some countries may have visa exemption agreements with Yemen, allowing their citizens to enter for certain purposes without a visa or with a simplified visa process. Conversely, citizens of other countries may require specific types of visas or face additional requirements. It's crucial to check the visa requirements based on your nationality before planning your travel to Yemen.

The information on this page was last updated on: April 4, 2024 20:35