The Pharmacy Course provided by our partner Universities Georgia, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, Uzbekistan, and Poland lasts for 5-6 years and is intended for students interested in specializing in and receiving training in the effective use of medications. Pharmaceutical studies incorporate the study of Chemical Sciences in combination with the Health Sciences. It focuses on the safe usage and application of pharmaceutical drugs. Practical Pharmacy covers contemporary healthcare roles and clinical services, together with medication review for more traditional services including dispensing and compounding.
Physiological Sciences, Human Nutrition, Pharmacology, Professional Practice, Rural Pharmacy, Pharmaceutics, Chemistry, Microbiology, Organic and Medical Agents, Organic Chemistry, Therapeutics, and Scientific Statistics are studied during the Pharmacy Course at the University. Students will develop and draw up technological documentation for the production (manufacture) of medicines in pharmacies and pharmaceutical companies, determine the advantages and disadvantages of medication of different pharmacological groups and carry out all types of quality control of drugs.
The objective of the Pharmacy Course, currently taught at our partner Universities in Georgia, Latvia, Ukraine, Russia, Uzbekistan, and Poland is to provide students with all the skills necessary for the current trends. Understanding and appreciating the importance of continuing health care for the population is essential for students. The elective practices are offered to help students develop their particular interests, which can enhance their future career opportunities. Each module is taught with the utmost attention to detail.
The medium of instruction in all our partner Universities’ Pharmacy Courses is English. Some of the subjects taught in Pharmacy Courses in our partner Universities include:
Human Molecular Genetics
Organic & Physical Chemistry
Introduction to Microbiology
Introduction to Pharmacy
Organic and Medicinal Agents
Rural Pharmacy Practice
The evaluation methods in our partner University studying programs may include:
For theoretical courses: written exams, offering exercises in written reports or lecturing, oral exams, and computer interactive exams;
Practical and clinical courses: observation of the clinical performance of the students during the program, objective structured clinical examination (OSCE), objective structured lab.
In case of successfully passing final examinations, the graduates are given the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmacy. The curriculum provides for further postgraduate education. The awarded degree is a Bachelor of Pharmacy.
Students acquire the fundamentals of biomedical knowledge and obtain needed theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the different subjects of the specialty. After successful completion of the Course and passing the final examination, graduates are awarded a Pharmacy Degree. Students are trained to work in institutions of pharmacy, as well as for research work.