The Bachelor's degree in Pharmacy offers a multidisciplinary education to future pharmacists. It responds to society’s demands and it is well integrated into the public health system. A good pharmaceutical professional can improve a patient’s quality of life considerably, not only through pharmaceutical attention and monitoring, but also in the areas of public health. The role of a pharmacist is fundamental to guaranteeing a rational use of medicines and the completion of treatments, as well as being important to achieving the sustainability of the National Health System. Students in this degree will do work experience in the university’s laboratories from the first academic year, as well as in pharmacies, companies and hospitals.
For students that come from other education systems, or with other diplomas, it is recommended that they have similar knowledge and capacities to those required by the high school diploma in the following subjects:
High School Diploma or Secondary school diploma
CEFR: B1 level of English language