Antibiotice opened its gates to more than 500 students
Within the “School done differently” project, Antibiotice was visited by over 500 primary school, elementary and high school students. The children had the opportunity to find out about the production of medicines formulated as sterile injectable powders, capsules, tablets, ointments, creams, gels or suppositories.
“As every year under this project, we open our gates to children who are curious to know about our company, to learn about medicines and pharmaceutical research. The curiosity we see in their eyes makes us hopeful that, over the years, some of them will become future specialists in this company” said Mihale Melinte, Communication Counselor of Antibiotice.
The visits to the production plants and the Research and Development Centre draw the interest of students who wanted to know as much as possible about the manufacturing process. “I was glad about this opportunity that I and my students had. Antibiotice is an important landmark of our city. Thanks to the willingness of the employees who revealed details about the manufacturing process and the plant, the visit made a pleasant impression on us. These informal activities are quite appreciated by our students”, said Neculai Bâzdâgă, primary school teacher at Stefan Bârsănescu school.
Antibiotice offers high school students specialized in chemistry the chance to do their practical training here, at our company’s headquarters. Moreover, in the Summer School a+ project initiated by Antibiotice in 2010, final year students from relevant faculties within Grigore T.Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacyattend courses in order to familiarize with knowledge specific to the pharmaceutical industry.