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Pharmacy (WFAR-0021-JNO)

(in Polish: Farmacja, niestacjonarne jednolite magisterskie)
long-cycle
part-time, identical with the program of the full-time studies, 5,5 years
Language: Polish

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Magisterium na farmacji (mgr farm.)

Access to further studies:

doctoral studies, postgraduate studies

Professional status:

The diploma is a prerequisite for professional recognition and registration as a licensed practicing pharmacist. The pharmacy degree program prepares the graduate for a choice of employment prospects in public health units, such as community and hospital pharmacies, and in the pharmaceutical industry, as well as in analytical laboratories for research and industry.

Access requirements

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Applicants of the “new secondary school exam", who passed the advanced level of biology and chemistry, were admitted on the basis of their secondary school examination results. Applicants of the "old secondary school exam", who didn’t have advanced levels of biology and chemistry, were admitted according to their results in the unified nationwide entrance exam. This exam allow to compare their level of knowledge with the new secondary school exam requirement for the advanced level in two subjects: biology and chemistry. Their ranking list was determined by the total number of points obtained in the secondary school exam or faculty preliminary exam.

Teaching standards

ATTENTION: this information may be not up to date. Valid admission requirements can be found on www.erk.uj.edu.pl

Regulation of the Minister of Science and Higher Education of 9 May 2012 on the teaching standards for the following degree courses: medicine, medicine and dentistry, pharmacy, nursing and midwifery (Journal of Laws from 5 June 2012, item 631). The Syllabus defines the general requirements including number of hours of classes; target graduate profile; syllabi for particular subjects in general, basic, and specialist subject groups; and recommendations and requirements for practical training courses / internships