Why study pharmacy?
Pharmacists play a central part in primary health care teams. Working alongside doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals, they're essential in helping people manage their health.
Our pharmacy graduates are globally recognised for the quality of their clinical pharmacy skills and ability to transform pharmacy practice. They have gone on to work in the wider community, hospitals, research facilities and even the military.
We have good relationships with clinical pharmacy service providers and leading pharmacists. And our staff stay on top of what is current in the industry.
We aim to produce the best Bachelor of Pharmacy graduates in Australia.
"When we work in the laboratory, there are
usually about 25 students in each lab, with three demonstrators, which means
you get a lot of contact with the teachers."David Little, Bachelor of Pharmacy
Did You Know?
In 2015, we are offering the Bachelor of Pharmacy in
Semester 2! The course will be 3.5 years in length including study over the
What You'll Learn
What you will learn in pharmacy
Throughout the degree you'll gain plenty of practical experience in community, hospital, and other pharmacy practice sites from year one of the degree.
You'll study the various areas of pharmacy and how they influence human health such as:
- the role of a pharmacist
- how medications and their dosages are made
- how medications work in the human body
- using medications and other means to manage medical conditions
You'll be taught by some of Australia's leading pharmacists including staff from the highly successful Unit for Medication Outcomes Research and Education (UMORE) at the Faculty of Health.
"I undertook the Bachelor of Pharmacy because it was a good career path, offering plenty of employment opportunities within the industry and the chance to earn a good salary."Sam Garnham, Bachelor of Pharmacy
Did You Know?
Five of our staff members have recently been awarded National Pharmacist of the Year in recognition of their achievements in pharmacy practice.
Practical experience in pharmacy
Throughout the degree you'll gain plenty of practical experience
in community, hospital, and other pharmacy practice sites from
year one of the degree.
In fourth year you may be able to complete your clinical placement in another country such as Canada, the United Kingdom or Malaysia.
Study in Tasmania
Special Offer in 2015/2016
Living interstate or overseas and interested in studying Pharmacy in Tasmania?
If you enrol to study the Bachelor of Pharmacy in 2015 or
Semester 1 2016, you may be eligible to receive $2,000 to help you with all
those moving costs.If
you are an international student you may be eligible for $3,000 to help with
Contact us to find out more, or learn about other scholarships on the scholarships website.