I am really thankful to Swiss German University and its Lectures and staff for giving me a path-breaking opportunity. SGU gave a great opportunity for students to broaden their knowledge beyond their field of studies within an international multicultural environment and brought the clarity of thought, knowledge, confidence, courage and conviction to my goals and me. Real time exposure was immense throughout the program. Now I’m confident to take up challenges in the industry, and it’s all because of my excellent grooming here. At SGU, everything is done to make the students life high-quality learning focused. The quality of the Lectures gives it a high academic level with their strong industry experience and abilities. Thank you, SGU!
Looking back now, I am grateful towards my decision to enroll in Pharmaceutical Engineering at Swiss German University. It was definitely not an easy journey; cramming four-year worth of ECTS while juggling with two internship periods, local and abroad. Nevertheless, the first hand experiences in interning at pharmaceutical/healthcare industry along with the never-ending advice and support from lecturers and classmates have shaped me into the person I am today. Without those, I definitely would not be able to pull off my current work achievements.
Thank you, SGU.
Thank you, SGU.
Lauditta Soraya Deswandhya Aggaputri
The first time I heard about pharmaceutical engineering, I was curious. It was the first major ever existed in Indonesia back then. The curriculum equipped the students with technical knowledge and skills necessary for industry or continuous education, while the dual internship program has enabled the students to be familiar with the real industry know-hows of while building networks. English and German language gave another advantage. These, of course, has become the competitive advantage for its graduates and to differentiate them among others in the market. Studying at SGU is a decision I never regret.