The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences has the ambition, also for education, to play a leading role amongst the ‘Schools of Pharmacy’ within Europe.

The faculty takes an interest in the internationalisation of its education. No less than 25% of the students at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences participates in the Erasmus exchange program.

This means that the faculty already fulfils the European 20-20 requirements that aim to achieve graduation of at least 20% of the students at another European university by the year 2020. The number of students from EU-countries graduating at the faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences is rapidly climbing.

Through the Internationalisation@Home initiative, students come into contact with international lecturers. Furthermore, the faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences has bilateral educational agreements with universities outside Europe, such as China and India.