UQ Pharmacy School senior lecturer receives award

Dr Neil Cottrell, Senior Lecturer at the UQ School of Pharmacy, has been recognized at the University of Queensland's 2013 UQ Awards for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and Internationalisation ceremony on Oct. 28.

A 180-strong crowd including the State Minister for Education, Training and Employment, the Honourable John-Paul Langbroek, attended the event at Customs House.

UQ President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Høj said the annual teaching awards acknowledged dedicated and inspirational teachers and teaching programs. Among the honourees, Dr Neil Cottreel of the UQ Pharmacy School received a citation for teaching excellence. The UQ Pharmacy School and the university extends congratulations to the School of Pharmacy Chair of Teaching and Learning for being recognized for his contribution and devotion to teaching.


 

About the Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) Program at UQ

Program: Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm)
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Semester intake: February
Duration: 4 years
Application deadline: November 15, 2013
 
Entry Requirements
Applicants to UQ’s BPharm 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.

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