SIPBS highly values our partnerships with international universities and government bodies. Our partnerships cover the fields of education, research and knowledge exchange. We welcome students and researchers from all over the world. Our major partners are:
China Pharmaceutical University
China Pharmaceutical University (Project 211 National Key University) and SIPBS are in a well-established partnership to deliver a BSc Hons in Biochemistry and Pharmacology. SIPBS staff go to China Pharmaceutical University for 6 weeks per year to deliver classes and to enhance our relationship with staff at China Pharmaceutical University.
SIPBS also runs a 4-week summer school for students registered at China Pharmaceutical University. We have 40 students living on campus taking classes on reading the academic literature, critical thinking, Pharmacy, analytical chemistry and other biological classes. We strive to make the summer school academically stimulating and culturally rewarding for both students and staff.
Middle East University
We are delighted to be a partner with Middle East University (MEU) in Amman, Jordan. In 2019, both Strathclyde and MEU agreed formally to embark on a 3+2 MPharm degree delivered jointly by SIPBS and the college of Pharmacy. The aim is to provide the highest level of training for the next generation of Jordanian Pharmacists. Students, starting in September 2019, will follow the Strathclyde curriculum and spend 3 years at MEU and then 2 years at SIPBS.
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and SIPBS have joint PhD studentships that utilise cutting edge research techniques and develop scientists that are ready for future research careers. Initially SIPBS PhD students have been visiting HKUST but we are building on these initial foundations to develop further our joint PhD programmes.
King Mongkut Institute of Technology Ladkrabang
Building on the strong historical relationship between King Mongkut Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL) in Bangkok, Thailand and Microbiology at Strathclyde, a partnership has been initiated for KMITL students studying for a BSc in Industrial Biotechnology to undertake their final two years of study at Strathclyde. Graduates form this program will then have the option to carry on to the MSc programs in Industrial Biotechnology or Molecular Microbiology.
Starting in 2020, students from the Department of Biotechnology, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand will study at Strathclyde for one semester as part of the final year of their BSc in Biotechnology before going on to join the MSc programs in Industrial Biotechnology or Molecular Microbiology.