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Bachelor of Science Degree in Pharmacy (B.Sc. Pharmacy)

The programme of study in pharmacy leads to the B.Sc. Pharmacy, and extends over four years. Graduates then undertake a six-month internship, as stipulated by the Pharmacy Board of Trinidad & Tobago, which is the regulatory body and licensing authority.

Students interested in applying to the School of Pharmacy should visit the UWI's Online Undergraduate Prospectus for information on application procedures, tuition and fees, accommodation and student services.

Criteria for Admission

Applicants must possess two A’ Level subjects (or equivalent), including Chemistry, and a choice from Biology, Zoology, Physics or Mathematics. The applicant must also have a pass in Physics at the O’ Level, or its equivalent. Registered pharmacists, holding a diploma or associate degree, are eligible to join the accelerated programme, as part-time students.

The Pharmacy Board is also involved in assessing the suitability of Trinidadian applicants for admission to the programme. [more information on University and Faculty entry requirements]

Application Procedure

Applicants should visit the UWI website and download the application form. Candidates may also apply online. The selection of candidates is based on their academic achievement and co-curricular activities.

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Several scholarships and bursaries are offered to students on the basis of their performance in university examinations, extra-curricular activities and financial needs. Most of these are advertised between May and September, each year. To find out more click here.

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