As of today, the best final year students of medical, pharmaceutical, technological and technical faculties of electrical and mechanical engineering can apply for the annual scholarships of the Hemofarm Foundation within the talent program “You Can Too”, the company announced.
The competition is open until November 4 for students of state universities in Serbia, who have a grade point average of at least 8.5 so far.
Students have the opportunity to apply for participation in the one.year Education Program “You Can Too” of the Hemofarm Foundation, which includes a monthly scholarship, mentoring support and professional internship in Serbia and Germany.
Also, with the support of Hemofarm and Stada Group experts, scholarship holders have a chance to improve their knowledge and skills, formal and informal, which are necessary for further personal and professional development, the company said.
“In a world where good jobs can be located anywhere, where there is the ability to search online and where you compete not only with the best from your country, but the wider region and around the world, the most important skill you can offer is knowledge,” she said. is the director of the Hemofarm Foundation Suzana Djordjević.
She said that the foundation has been investing in young people and their education for 28 years, developing in them a desire for lifelong learning, leadership and preparing them to change the world for the better.
“To date, we have supported more than 3,500 individuals, many of whom are our colleagues. We believe that this program is the right opportunity for students to learn about how to work in a company that is a leader in the pharmaceutical market and to take care of people’s health and their well.being, “Djordjevic pointed out.
The program is supported by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany (BMZ), the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of Serbia and the medical, pharmaceutical, technological.metallurgical, chemical and physical chemistry faculties of the Universities of Belgrade, Novi Sad, Kragujevac and Nis .
Parts of the program are being implemented in partnership with the German organization for international cooperation GIZ and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Hemofarm said in a statement.