Pharmacy Postgraduate Information Session
Chat with Pharmacy academics, students and graduates about our unique approach to Pharmacy education.
Hear from pharmacists about employment options for pharmacy graduates, in our Q & A panel session.
5.00pm: Event registration opens
5.30pm: Q and A Panel Session
Pharmacy is much more than just filling prescriptions in a community pharmacy or hospital setting. A Masters of Pharmacy qualification opens the door to many career opportunities.
Join us for a Q and A panel session with pharmacists from a variety of settings, including industry, hospital and community pharmacy as well as past students, on career options for pharmacist graduates. The panel session will provide you with an opportunity to hear examples of career pathways, the options available in the real world and ask our panellists questions about the Pharmacy profession.
Meet our panellists
Dr Sylvia Roins has a PhD in Pharmacy & Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons I). Sylvia has 18 years' experience in regulatory affairs in Australia & New Zealand with prescription products over a range of therapeutic areas, including Neuroscience, Cardiovascular, Established products & Oncology. Sylvia also has clinical and academic experience in pharmacy.
Elizabeth Hanna graduated from UTS with a Master of Pharmacy in 2016. Elizabeth is now employed at Pharmaceutical company Merck Sharpe & Dohme as a Market Access Analyst. Elizabeth was the recipient of the 2016 Student of the Year, awarded by Pharmaceutical Society of Australia and completed her 12 month internship at Sydney's Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
Helen Benson is an accredited pharmacist and a Practitioner Teacher and PhD student at UTS Graduate School of Health. The focus of her PhD is researching the impact of pharmacists integrated in general practice. Helen previously owned a community pharmacy and is passionate about the delivery of professional services by pharmacy.
Sydney Phan graduated from UTS with a Master of Pharmacy in 2016. In 2017, he completed his intern year at Merck Sharpe & Dohme and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Sydney is currently employed as a Hospital Pharmacist at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.
6:15pm: Presentation by Professor Kylie Williams and our Pharmacy students.
Find out detailed information on:
- Course and subject content
- The Clinical Practice placement program
- Our internationally-renowned academics, practitioners and researchers who will be your teachers
- Our unique academic mentor initiative
- Why undertaking a practice-based course will benefit your career
- Our state-of-the-art facilities and small class sizes
- How to apply for 2019 intake
7:00pm: Informal Q&A
- Discuss your options in detail and get to know staff and fellow students
7:20pm: Submit your application
- Staff will be available to assist with your application