Health care is a global concern, so take a global perspective on your future career.
This unique three-year program, which is open to domestic students, incorporates the core components of the UTS Master of Pharmacy (such as therapeutics, pharmaceutical science subjects, and designing and implementing professional pharmacy services) with an extensive series of clinical placements. You’ll spend a year on placement in Canada, Germany or in the United Kingdom, in addition to the 500+ hours of clinical placements throughout the course.
We will cover airfares, health insurance and visa fees for your year of international clinical placement, and we’ll also provide you with in-country mentor support while you’re away.
Don’t speak the language? Don’t worry! Previous proficiency isn’t required when you choose an overseas location – you can study language subjects as part of your course. Learn more about the Master of Pharmacy (International).
Essential course information:
- Duration: 3 years full-time, including 1-year international placement
- This course comprises a total of 156 credit points. Students undertake a total of 16 6-credit-point subjects, four 6-credit-point clinical subjects and two 18-credit-point international placement subjects.
- Placements offered in Canada, Germany or in the United Kingdom
- Plus 500 hours of clinical placements throughout the course
You’ll graduate with a global edge, thanks to the year you spend overseas – along with a postgraduate qualification, you’ll gain intercultural competence and a big picture understanding of your chosen profession. When it comes to pursuing a career, you’ll be ready for opportunities in community and hospital pharmacies, pharmaceutical science and practice research, specialist clinical areas as well as local and international government departments and consultancy.
How to apply
For information including entry requirements and fees, visit the Master of Pharmacy how to apply page. If you’d like to have a chat about the international placement opportunity, get in touch with subject coordinator Dr Cherie Lucas.