Facts & figures
Global leaders in pharmacy
- #2 in Australia 2018 QS Subject Rankings
- #18 in the world 2018 QS Subject Rankings
- 85% of graduates Register as a pharmacists
- 85% of registered graduates Gain employment within one month
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Pharmacists do more than fill prescriptions – they are an integral part of the healthcare system. They have the capacity to improve the lives of the community.
They provide services such as education, medication reviews, patient counselling and disease prevention, and can work in a range of settings including community pharmacies, hospitals, government, pharmaceutical companies and as consultants or researchers.
The Sydney Pharmacy School is consistently ranked among the world's best for teaching and education. With over 100 years of experience in delivering world-class professional education, we enjoy an outstanding global reputation, making our graduates sought after and in demand.
Learn about the diverse career opportunities available for pharmacy graduates
There are a wide variety of career choices open to registered pharmacists, that include:
Whether you’re just starting out, building on your existing knowledge or pursuing a passion, our pharmacy programs are designed to prepare our graduates for a variety of career options.
Be a part of a trusted and valued profession that focuses on improving people’s quality of life with this four-year undergraduate degree.
This innovative new five-year undergraduate degree combines pharmacy skills and business practices, opening up a variety of jobs for graduates.
Develop professional skills relevant to contemporary pharmacy practice in Australia in this two-year part-time program. This course is open to pharmacy interns and registered pharmacists.
This newly designed course will equip pharmacists with the knowledge and skills required to provide services in complementary medicines. Study predominately online, part-time, over two or more semesters.
Research conducted at the Sydney Pharmacy School covers a broad spectrum of pharmaceutical and clinical sciences. Students can undertake this program full or part-time.
This course provides an opportunity for intensive research training at the Sydney Pharmacy School. Full-time students will complete the degree in two to three years, and part-time students will complete the degree in four to six years.