Study plan for MATF-FARM Master Programme in Pharmacy, fall 2022
To be updated in English
Formal requirements: A candidate with a master's degree in Pharmacy should:
- Have knowledge, skills and professional attitudes in pharmacy sufficient to qualify for public authorisation as a pharmacist by application in accordance with Act of 2nd July 1999, No 64 relating to health personnel etc. (the Health Personnel Act)
- Be eligible for approval as a pharmacist in the EU by application in accordance with Directive 2005/36/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 September 2005 on the recognition of professional qualifications
Be eligible for approval as a "Qualified Person" (QP) in accordance with Regulation No 1441 of 2 November 2004: Regulation concerning the production and import of pharmaceutical products.