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Pharmacy studies and degree

What do you study at pharmacy schools?

Before you apply to a university which offers a pharmacy program, it is good to know the most important things about the educational system in which you will go through you studies.

Pharmacy studies are similar in all European universities, and are usually based on the same structure:

  1. During the first two years you will receive education in the basic sciences, such as chemistry, biology and physics. After these two years you will have to pass a final examination in order to continue your studies.
  2. After the successful completion of the basic sciences part, you will study subjects which are specifically related to the field of pharmacy.

After getting a degree in pharmacy, you will have several options to consider:

  • You can work as a pharmacist either at your own store, or as an employee somewhere else
  • You can work in the pharmaceutical industry – you can get a job as a manufacturer or you can join a research team
  • You can continue your studies and get a PhD degree in pharmacy

Being a pharmacist holds a great responsibility, but it is also a very rewarding field.

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