PharmacyDownload as PDF Add to favorites
The study of pharmacy conveys all relevant pharmaceutical aspects and is a prerequisite for the profession of pharmacist. The main subjects of the course are pharmaceutical biology, pharmaceutical/medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutical technology/biopharmaceutical, pharmacology and toxicology and clinical pharmacology.
Possible fields of work are in the traditional pharmacist fields of public and hospital pharmacies, as well as activities in administration and research (university or industry).
- General higher education entrance qualification, advanced technical college certificate, vocational qualification and three years of professional activity, master, business administrator.
Information about studying
Who offers this course?
Type of study
Qualification on completion
Second state examination
An eight-week clinical traineeship (internship) must be completed during the basic studies. For the third state examination, a one-year period of practical training must be completed after eight semesters of studies as a condition for practising the profession of pharmacist.