BSc in Pharmacy
Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading
There are no specific examination regulations, assessment and grading methods employed by this Program. The examination regulations, assessment methods and grading system for this Program are the same as the relevant general university regulations.
The Programme consists of 49 obligatory modules, with a total of 300 ECTS. Students must complete their practical training during semester 9 and 10, for 12 months. Half of the practical training (6 months) is completed in a registered private or public pharmacy. The remaining practical training (6 months) is performed in the above mentioned institutions or other institutions such as the pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry that include the following activities:
- Preparation of the pharmaceutical form of medicinal products;
- Manufacture and testing of medicinal products;
- Testing of medicinal products in a laboratory for the testing of medicinal products;
- Storage, preservation and distribution of medicinal products at the wholesale stage;
- Preparation, testing, storage and supply of medicinal products in pharmacies open to the public;
- Preparation, testing, storage and dispensing of medicinal products in hospitals;
- Provision of information and advice on medicinal products.