UQ Pharmacy School online seminar for OzTREKK students
If you’ve applied to the pharmacy program at the University of Queensland, we’ve got great news!
UQ Pharmacy School Prof. Greg Monteith will be hosting an online seminar specifically for OzTREKK students! This webinar will be designed to give you more detailed information about the Bachelor of Pharmacy program, the UQ Pharmacy School and it’s state-of-the-art facilities, and possible graduate outcomes.
Date: Monday, September 9, 2013
Time: 8 p.m. (EDT – Eastern Daylight Time)
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For registration details, contact OzTREKK’s Australian Pharmacy Schools Admissions Officer Rachel Brady at email@example.com or call toll free in Canada at 1 866-698-7355.
About Professor Greg Monteith
|UQ Pharmacy Prof. Greg Monteith|
About the Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) Program at UQThe UQ Bachelor of Pharmacy is a well-established, professionally accredited learning framework that is well received by both students and the profession. The program has evolved into one of the country’s most comprehensive and well-respected pharmacy degrees, both domestically and internationally.
The undergraduate program runs over 4 years, full time, after which graduates are eligible to complete a 48-week paid internship in either community or hospital pharmacy.
About Credit TransfersDid you know? Many international students with prior study (especially those with a science background) are able to enter directly into year 2 of the Bachelor of Pharmacy. If credit is awarded students can undertake an additional course in their first and second semester of enrollment and complete the program in 3 years.
Program: Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm)
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Semester intake: February
Duration: 4 years
Application deadline: November 15, 2013
Applicants to UQ’s pharmacy program are required to have completed their high school diploma. Applicants should have completed Grade 12 English, Chemistry and Math to meet program prerequisites.
If you have commenced or completed a university degree or any post-secondary studies, your most recent studies will be assessed in terms of your grades. If you have not completed the necessary prerequisite subjects in your post-secondary studies, your high school transcripts will then be assessed for prerequisite subjects.