School of Pharmacy

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The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Our goal is to create future leaders in the health care sector. Graduates of the School of Pharmacy will be highly-skilled, motivated, passionate health care providers who make a difference in the world. Their expertise will be critical in a society where patients are increasingly better informed about their own care and expect more personalised health services. Drug therapy is an ever more complex part of modern health care, and pharmacists are the drug experts on a health care team.

We are living in one of the most dynamic and exciting periods in the history of pharmacy. Graduates of the programme will have a wealth of career opportunities open to them, including clinical patient care, public policy, regulatory agencies, the pharmaceutical industry, research, academia, and clinical specialties such as infectious disease or pediatrics.

Pharmacy is a four-year professional programme, leading to an entry-to-practice Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree. We are committed to admitting students who have diverse cultural, economic, and social backgrounds. Key admission criteria include intellectual and academic competence, communication skills, leadership ability, community service, pharmacy experience, and motivation for pursuing a career in pharmacy.

Student Enrollment

The undergraduate programme will take in 60–75 students annually starting from 2022 (and rooming up to 250) who have an interest chemistry, biochemistry, cell biology, mathematics, english, humanities or social sciences.


An innovative pharmacy curriculum that integrates foundational knowledge in the biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences with applied skills in the clinical, behavioural and social sciences to prepare our graduates to serve as medication therapy experts.

Job Opportunities

An extensive curriculum and offer students exposure to a wide range of practice experiences including community pharmacy (independent and chain pharmacy), hospital pharmacy, pharmaceutical industry, long-term care and government.