Programme PhilosophyThe Pharmacy (Hons) programme of the University of Malaya holds true to the following philosophy, which is in line with the nation’s requirements:
- The programme offers a broad-based curriculum and training with opportunities for specialisation. The programme supports evidence-based practices and consists of dynamic characteristics with room for future advancement
In line with the programme philosophy, the programme offered is based on the following principles:
- The basic training given is broad-based and encompasses all aspects of the pharmacy practice, from pharmaceutical sciences to its application in the field of clinical pharmacy.
- The programme utilises interactive teaching methods and incorporates evidence-based practices in an effort to promote critical thinking and analysis in all the taught disciplines.
- The education provided is dynamic and farsighted to equip the graduates to face current and future challenges.
- Emphasis is given on basic communication and thinking skills as well as the benefits of modern communication technology.
- The training encompasses the importance of patient/customer-oriented therapy as well as uses a multi-disciplinary approach to deliver effective and efficient healthcare services.
- Basic Pharmaceutical Chemistry
- Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Drug Action and Discovery
- Microbiology and Parasitology
- 48 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before , International
DisciplinesPublic Health Human Medicine Pharmacy View 12 other Bachelors in Pharmacy in Malaysia
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- Possess a GCE A-Level with at least ONE (1) Grade A and TWO (2) Grade B in Biology, Chemistry or Physics / Mathematics; AND
- Pass SPM, inclusive of at least Grade B in English, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics/Additional Mathematics, and ONE (1) another subject; AND
- A minimum of Band 3 in MUET*; AND
- Pass the interview conducted by the faculty; AND
- Certified healthy from serious physical disabilities, mental illness and infectious diseases (exceptions may be granted to candidates with corrective physical disabilities and/or do not prevent candidates from carrying out clinical activities required by medical practitioners).
Living costs for Kuala Lumpur
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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Updated in the last year
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