Contents 1 Finland 2 Malta 3 Poland 4 Ukraine 5 United Kingdom 5.1 Northern Ireland 5.2 Scotland 5.3 Wales 6 Ireland 6.1 England 6.2 Universities 7 India / Australia 7.1 MPharm (Clinical)/MClinPharm 8 Bangladesh 9 Pakistan 10 Africa 10.1 Kenya 11 See also 12 References

Finland[edit] In Finland, proviisori is an academic degree awarded after completing the post graduate programme in pharmacy. The degree is equivalent to English term Master of Pharmacy. Proviisori degree is required in order to be a druggist in Finland. Pharmacy is taught in University of Helsinki and University of Eastern Finland.

Malta[edit] The University of Malta, Department of Pharmacy within the Faculty of Medicine & Surgery, offers a Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm.) course for students who have successfully completed the Bachelor of Science (Hons.) in Pharmaceutical Science. The M.Pharm is a requirement in obtaining the warrant to practice as a Pharmacist in Malta.[1]

Poland[edit] In Poland, magister farmacji (abbreviated to mgr farmacji) is an academic degree awarded following five and a half years of academic study in pharmacy. Completing a dissertation in this area is a prerequisite. The degree is equivalent to American Pharm.D.

Ukraine[edit] Ternopil State Medical University - Ternopil Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University - Lviv Kharkiv Medical Academy of Post-graduate Education - Kharkiv Kyiv Medical University of UAFM - Kiev

United Kingdom[edit] Aston University – Birmingham University of Bath – Bath University of Birmingham – Birmingham University of Bradford – Bradford University of Brighton – Brighton University of Central Lancashire – Preston De Montfort University – Leicester University of Durham – Durham (transferring to Newcastle University in September 2017[2]) University of East Anglia – Norwich University of Huddersfield – Huddersfield Medway School of Pharmacy – University of Greenwich/University of Kent University College London - Bloomsbury, London (previously School of Pharmacy, University of London) University of Hertfordshire – Hatfield University of Kingston - Kingston upon Thames University of Lincoln - Lincolnshire University of Manchester – Manchester University of Nottingham – Nottingham University of Portsmouth – Portsmouth University of Reading – Reading University of Sussex – Sussex University of Sunderland – Sunderland University of Wolverhampton – Wolverhampton Northern Ireland[edit] Queen's University Belfast (QUB) – Belfast University of Ulster (UU) - Coleraine Scotland[edit] University of Strathclyde – Glasgow Robert Gordon University – Aberdeen Wales[edit] Cardiff University (Cardiff School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences) – Cardiff

Ireland[edit] In Ireland, the M.Pharm is awarded after five years: four years of undergraduate study leading to a BSc.Pharm and a one-year placement in a community, hospital or industry setting. University College Cork - Cork Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland - Dublin Trinity College, Dublin - Dublin England[edit] Liverpool John Moores University – Liverpool Keele University – Keele King's College London – Waterloo Kingston University/St George's – South West London/South London In the United Kingdom, MPharm is an undergraduate academic degree awarded following four years academic study in pharmacy. The degree is awarded by all of the schools of pharmacy in the UK and superseded the BSc (Pharmacy) or BPharm degree when the length of the undergraduate pharmacy course was increased from three to four years in 1997—partly due to EU harmonisation of pharmacy training and partly to extend the scope of the undergraduate degree. The MPharm is the only qualification in the UK which leads to professional registration as a pharmacist. MPharm programs are accredited by the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) in England, Scotland and Wales, and Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland (PSNI) in Northern Ireland. Aspiring pharmacists in the UK qualify by first completing this degree, then undertaking a year of pre-registration training. On successful completion of this training, and after passing the pre-registration exam, they become registered pharmacists. In Great Britain it used to be the case, until September 2010, that with registration they became members of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, able to use the postnominal letters MRPharmS (Member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain). However, the RPS split off its regulatory role in September 2010 and the new regulatory body, the GPhC, does not grant postnominals to its registrants. MRPharmS is still granted by the RPS to its member but no longer has an automatic link to current registration as a pharmacist. In Northern Ireland regulation has not been removed from the PSNI and therefore registration as a pharmacist and membership of the PSNI are still simultaneous, granting use of the postnominals MPSNI (Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland). Universities[edit] [3]

India / Australia[edit] Master of Pharmacy (MPharma) in India is offered as post graduate (graduate) course after completion of BPharma degree. The MPharma course is normally of two years duration.In some universities it is one-year research and one year theory examination, while some offers M Pharm by research completely leading to doctorate degree. The course focuses on specialisation in the field of pharmacy. The MPharma courses are offered by pharmacy colleges affiliated to uniee leading to entry into the pharmacy profession. In 2004, the University of Newcastle introduced a two-year postgraduate MPharm coursework program, to provide an alternative means to gain qualification for registration to practice as a pharmacist for graduates with a bachelor's degree in any science or medical science that includes the required prerequisites. The MPharm degree is not an advanced follow-up degree for pharmacists. Following the commencement of the MPharm program at the University of Newcastle, other universities across Australia also began offering MPharm coursework programs. At present, either the BPharm or MPharm degree is accepted for registration as a practicing pharmacist. See list of pharmacy schools: Australia for a listing of institutions offering the MPharm degree. MPharm (Clinical)/MClinPharm[edit] With the success and popularity of the MPharm coursework degrees, research MPharm degrees have now been redesignated Master of Pharmacy (Clinical) (abbreviated MPharm (Clinical)) or Master of Clinical Pharmacy (abbreviated MClinPharm). This degree offers advanced training to graduates of a Bachelor of Pharmacy, and does not by itself meet the requirements for registration as a pharmacist. These are the following colleges imparting M Pharma in India in various specialties like Industrial Pharmacy, Bulk Drugs, Pharmacology, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology etc.: Nalanda college of Pharmacy, Nalgonda Gyani Inder Singh Institute of Professional Studies, Dehradun J.S.S College of Pharmacy, Mysore/ Ootty Pad. Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Pharmaceutical Science and Research, Pimpri, Pune, Maharashtra, India Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Guru Nanak Dev University(GNDU), Amritsar, Punjab Hindu College of Pharmacy, sonepat, Haryana. Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar, Madhya Pradesh Suresh Gyan Vihar University, Jaipur, Rajasthan Alwar Pharmacy college, Alwar, Rajasthan Sri Jayadev College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Naharkanta, Bhubaneswar. Bombay College of Pharmacy, Mumbai, Maharashtra Banaras Hindu University (BHU ), Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research (DIPSAR), New Delhi ISF College of Pharmacy, Moga, Punjab Manipal University, Bangalore, Karanataka Madras Medical College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu NIPERs at Mohali, Hajipur, Rae baraeli, Hyderabad etc. Jamia Hamdard University,Delhi Mahakal institute of pharmaceutical studies, Ujjain Department of Pharmaceutical sciences and drug research Punjabi University Patiala Shri Guru Ram Rai institute of technology and science Dehradun(Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradun) Department of Pharmacology, KIET School of Pharmacy, Ghaziabad 201 206 Department of Pharmacology, kiet, Ghaziabad, NCR Delhi

Bangladesh[edit] 1. Department of Pharmacy, University of Development Alternative (UODA) [1] 2. Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Dhaka [2] 3. Department of Pharmacy, Jagannath University [3] 4. Department of Pharmacy, State University of Bangladesh [4]

Pakistan[edit] The post graduate M.Phil programme has been offer in Pakistan instead of Master of pharmacy in four disciplines, namely, Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacology, and Pharmacognosy, with main aim to work in lines with the mission of Higher Education Commission (HEC) as reproduced below “to facilitate institutions of higher education to serve as engine of growth for the socio-economic development of Pakistan”. The evolutionary as well as revolutionary changes are visible / experienced all over the world in the field of pharmacy education and research. The need, desire and significance of knowledge, skills and new techniques are reshaping educations in pharmacy. In this era of globalization, there is dire need to take full benefits from the recent advances and developments taking place in other developed countries offering high quality education in pharmacy.

Africa[edit] Kenya[edit] In Kenya, the School of Pharmacy, University of Nairobi, offers three Master of Pharmacy degrees: Master of Pharmacy in Pharmacoepidemiology & Pharmacovigilance. Master of Pharmacy in Clinical Pharmacy (M.Pharm. Clin.Pharm) offered by the Department of Pharmaceutics and Pharmacy Practice Master of Pharmacy in Industrial Pharmacy (M.Pharm. Ind.Pharm) offered by the Department of Pharmaceutics and Pharmacy Practice These are 2-year Master's degree programs that have both taught and research components.

See also[edit] Bachelor of Pharmacy Doctor of Pharmacy Pharmacist Pharmaconomist Pharmacy

References[edit] ^ "Pharmacy - Pharmacy - University of Malta". Retrieved 2018-01-09.  ^ "School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health : Pharmacy - Durham University". Retrieved 2017-04-15.  ^ "Accredited MPharm degrees". General Pharmaceutical Council. Retrieved 21 November 2015.  v t e Levels of academic degree Undergraduate ISCED level 5 Associate degree Foundation degree Higher National Diploma/Diploma of Higher Education/Certificate of Higher Education ISCED level 6 Bachelor's degree Honours degree Postgraduate ISCED level 7 Master's degree Magister degree Postgraduate certificate/diploma Diplom degree Specialist degree Engineer's degree ISCED level 8 Doctorate Magister degree Candidate of Sciences Other Postdoctoral Higher doctorate Doktor nauk Habilitation Docent Tenure Fellow No dominant classification Laurea Licentiate Professional degree Graduate certificate/diploma Terminal degree Unearned Honorary degree Ad eundem degree Retrieved from "" Categories: Master's degreesPharmacy educationHidden categories: Articles needing additional references from July 2016All articles needing additional referencesWikipedia articles needing style editing from August 2015All articles needing style editingArticles with multiple maintenance issues

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