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University of Sydney Pharmacy School undergraduate entry

  

Overview

With an unrivalled reputation for excellence, the University of Sydney’s Faculty of Pharmacy offers a world-class professional pharmacy program, taught by internationally-renowned, award-winning academics that provides you with the ideal preparation for a career in pharmacy.

The Bachelor of Pharmacy at the University of Sydney is a four-year, full-time professional degree combining advanced scientific investigation with training in clinical practice and optimum patient care. Specifically, it covers the study of the chemical, physical, pharmaceutical, and pharmacological properties of medicinal substances and the application of these in the pharmacy profession.

Students connect with and learn from academics who are experts in their fields, and have access to the latest technology, facilities and teaching laboratories.

University of Sydney Bachelor of Pharmacy Overview

In your first year you will study biology and chemistry and be introduced to pharmacy through foundational and social pharmacy studies.  The remaining three years of the course are devoted to higher levels of biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences together with specialized clinical pharmacy studies. In senior years, considerable time is spent in clinical placements in community and hospital pharmacies, where valuable practical experience is gained.

You will have the opportunity to undertake study in a pharmacy elective in your fourth year of study (industrial pharmacy or international) or to complete fourth-year advanced study and undertake an individual research project as an honours candidate.

An honours program is offered to high-performing students in the final year of study and focuses on research into one of the Faculty’s key research themes: Cancer, Cardiovascular, Health Services and Patient Safety and Respiratory.

Clinical Placement

Clinical Work Experience

The clinical experience program in the Bachelor of Pharmacy reflects the contemporary healthcare environment. The block placements are carried out at hospital and community pharmacies, and include opportunities in the pharmaceutical industry, professional organizations and in rural health settings.

By the end of their fourth year, all students have had at least three, two-week block placements in clinical experience.  Students undertake a two-week block placement during their third year. Students also have a further two two-week block placements in their fourth year.

Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements

  • Entry into the Bachelor of Pharmacy program for students holding Ontario Secondary School Diploma
    • minimum grade average of 79% in 6 university/college courses. Assumed knowledge in Mathematics and Chemistry (also Biology or Physics are recommended).
    • minimum grade average of 75% in mathematics
  • University (Tertiary) Record Holders
    • Very good tertiary record in at least one year of full-time study at Bachelor’s degree level (or part-time equivalent).
  • Credit for previous study
    • If you have previously completed relevant other studies at tertiary level you may be eligible for credit for previous studies – also called ‘credit transfer’ or ‘advanced standing’ – for the Bachelor of Pharmacy.

Professional Recognition

Professional Recognition

This course is accredited by the Australian Pharmacy Council.  To become a registered pharmacist, graduates of this course must complete 1,824 hours (one year) of supervised practical training and the Intern Training Program in order to register with the Pharmacy Board of Australia.

It is the student’s responsibility to contact their local credentialing body for re-entry pathways. The Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC) is the national certification body for the pharmacy profession in Canada. Upon returning, students must go through an evaluation procedure with the PEBC.

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ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Award Title:Bachelor of Pharmacy
Length of Program:4 years
Intake:February
Application Deadline:last working day of September
Annual Tuition Fees:Contact KOM Consultants for latest tuition fees 1-877-318-8203
Faculty:Faculty of Medicine and Health
Campus:Camperdown / Darlington
Country:Australia