The graduate from the study programme Pharmacy is defined by high level knowledge and practical skills in chemical, biological, medical and, particularly, pharmaceutical disciplines. The graduate
has deep knowledge of everything that happens to a medicinal product in the human organism; its effects and adverse effects; as well as the health and social aspects of the use of medicinal products. The graduate masters pharmaceutical technology, pharmaceutical, chemical, microbiological, biological trials on medicinal products for human use. The graduate can evaluate scientific
data on medicinal products and provide related information based on such proficiency. The graduate has adequate knowledge of legal and other requirements related to pharmaceutical practice. The study programme fully complies with the Directive 2005/36/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the recognition of professional qualifications.
Summer Term 2019/2020 (20 May 2020)
- FPharm_YearBook_EN_2020-2021_B.pdfYearbook of the faculty for the academic year 2020/21 [updated on 07 Sept 2020]
- PharmacyYear_1_2_RecommendedStudyPlan.pdfRecommended Study Plan for Pharmacy Studies – Years 1 and 2 (students who enrolled since 1 September 2019) [updated on 07 Sept 2020]
- PharmacyYear_3_4_5_RecommendedStudyPlan.pdfRecommended Study Plan for Pharmacy Studies – Years 3 to 5 (students who enrolled until 31 August 2019) [updated on 07 Sept 2020]