The First Pharmacy Experience Program Successfully Held at CPU

Publisher:刘琪Published:2017-06-14Times :945


CPU’s first two-week Pharmacy Experience Program (PEP) for pharmacy students from CPU and its partner institutions, including University of Southern California, University of the Pacific and University of Strathclyde, came to a successful end on June 12. Ms. Xu Xioayuan, Director of International Office and Mr. Shi Zhixiang, Deputy Director of International Office, attended the opening and closing ceremonies.

All the courses of this program taught in English are rich in content and varied in form, with both classes and visits, involving Chinese Pharmacy Education, Chinese Drug Administration, Phamarcoeconomics, Chinese Materia Medica and Chinese Culture. Besides the courses and field trips, various cultural activities were also held with the support from some schools and departments, which helped all the participants better understand the unique charms of TCM.


With its strong pharmaceutical programs, CPU will make more efforts to develop its international students education through its various long-term and short-time programs. The newly-initiated PEP program will bring us more experience in better publicizing the school and attracting more overseas universities, governmental agencies and pharmaceutical companies to join the various training programs at CPU. It will help improve CPU’s popularity in Europe and North America, and attract more students from these regions to come to study in China Pharmaceutical University.




Opening Ceremony: CPU Introduction by Director XU



Interaction with students




Visit to Pharmaceutical Museum




Training at Simulation Pharmacy



Training at GMP





Seminar on drug administration



Training at Qinhuai Chinese Medicine Hospital & making TCM sweet bursa



Herbs Gathering and identifying in Mountain JI



Training at CPU Botanical Garden & specimen-making


Workshop on pharmacoeconimics



Cultural activity with students from CPU English Department



Cultural activity with students from SICA



Lecture on Chinese Culture




Closing Ceremony


Thank you all, May a favorable wind send you safely home!