Bachelor of Pharmacy with Honours offered by the Faculty of Pharmacy, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) aims to provide full-time undergraduate professional training for future pharmacists.
Pharmacy is an interdisciplinary field that integrates knowledge of medical and health sciences, chemistry of drugs, formulation of drugs, and disease prevention and management leading towards patient care. As you build your foundation on these basic knowledge, in the later years you will also learn the processes of drug manufacturing, methods to analyse the quality of drug products, approaches to manage patient’s drug therapy, and conducting research.
In the immersive final year training, you will experience real-life training on pharmaceutical manufacturing, management of pharmacy business, delivery of pharmacy related services in hospital and community settings, therapeutic management of real patients and the application of pharmacy-related policies, in which all of these will equip you with the skills of quality management of medication focusing on quality patient care.
Join us to discover your full potential through an enjoyable experience. Our programme is, by design,
After completion of the professional training, our graduates are highly sought after. They mostly become practising pharmacists in various settings such as government and private hospitals, health centres, community pharmacies, pharmaceutical industries, regulatory bodies, government administrative offices, pharmaceutical marketing companies, research centres and academia.
With creative and entrepreneurial mind and digital technology know-how, job opportunities for our graduates are limitless.
UKM Kuala Lumpur
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