First-year courses focus on drugs and consist of three teaching modules (drug discovery and design; drug development; drugs and illness). Students also complete an individual research project. The second year is devoted to community pharmacy and includes five teaching modules (knowledge of drugs; the health-care system; communication, law and economics; public health and pharmaceutical triage; pharmaceutical follow-up; pharmaceutical preparations) and a 30-week apprenticeship.
A Master in Pharmacy leads to a number of opportunities in areas such as:
Tuition fee for the international students.)
European Economic Area tuition fee is applicable to the students from EU countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.)
500 CHF / semester
During the online application process, applicants with a foreign degree will be charged an administrative fee of 65 CHF, to be deducted from the first-semester tuition fees.
2 years: 4 semesters ( max. 6semesters)
Master in Pharmacy
E.g. Drug discovery and design; drug development; drugs and illness
12 weeks of required courses, 20 weeks of mandatory apprenticeship at a pharmacy and 10 weeks of voluntary apprenticeship (at a pharmacy or hospital pharmacy)
Before starting a programme, you need to have a basic knowledge of the French language. Find French courses on Language Learning Portal.
Level of French required
No French proficiency test required for non-Francophones
A Bachelor in Pharmaceutical Science from UNIGE or an equivalent degree.
No work experience is required.
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