Study program Pharmacy

Integrated academic studies last for five (5) years, or ten (10) semesters, including the preparation of the diploma paper, and provide 300 ECTS credits.

Every subject from the study plan provides a number of ECTS credits, and the scope of studies is expressed by the sum total of ECTS credits. The sum of 60 ECTS credits is equivalent to the total engagement of an average student during one 40-hour working week throughout one academic year, where the distribution of ECTS credits per semesters need not be symmetrical.

All the subjects at the Faculty of Pharmacy have been classified into two groups: required and elective subjects.

Program of integrated academic studies refers to the study programs below.

Programs accredited in 2013

Programs accredited in 2008

Students who have successfully completed study program Pharmacy are qualified for the following:

  1. Independent work in pharmacies on the tasks of providing, preparing and dispensing medicines, medical devices and dietetic products, supplying information on their proper and safe use;
  2. Being a part of the professional healthcare team where, with physicians and other healthcare workers, they ensure the implementation of rational pharmacotherapy, as well as other activities related to prevention and treatment of diseases and promoting a healthy lifestyle;
  3. Performing tasks related to developing, manufacturing, quality assurance and registering medicines, medical devices, dietetic and cosmetic products;
  4. Performing tasks related to ensuring availability, distribution and marketing of medicines, medical devices, dietetic and cosmetic products;
  5. Participation in the activities of regulatory bodies concerned with issuing and implementation of laws and bylaws, and in pharmaceutical practices surveys and research with the aim of ensuring the functioning and constant improvement of healthcare system and public health;
  6. Work on developing and implementing appropriate analytical methods and techniques in laboratories and centres for science and research, development, control, in different fields of pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences;
  7. Taking part in training and education and in continuing further scientific development and lifelong learning.