|Abbreviation||FT / PT|
|MAP||FT / PT|
As healthcare rapidly evolves, the role of professionals in pharmacy is becoming more diverse. With the development of complex new therapies such as advanced therapy products, it is foreseen that novel transdisciplinary roles will emerge, requiring skilled candidates with concept of medication knowledge, healthcare system, drug development and more.
The Master of Advanced Pharmacy programme aims to equip our students for essential roles in medication management and to support the evolving needs of the healthcare system and patients. This programme provides postgraduate training that students can customize to their professional needs in pharmacy practice, which may be in hospital, community, the pharmaceutical industry, or innovative transdisciplinary roles.
The Master of Advanced Pharmacy programme will have 3 structured streams: Clinical Practice, Community Health, and Pharmaceutical Medicine. Candidates who wish to individualize their exposure to the types of course and do not satisfy the requirements of any of the 3 streams shall be regarded as Generalists.
Mode of Attendance
This programme will be offered full-time (normally 1 year) or part-time (normally 2 years).
Classes will be held on weeknights. Site visits, workshops and tutorials will be occasionally planned for Saturday afternoons.
Medium of Instruction
Programme Entrance Requirements
To be eligible for admission to the curriculum leading to the degree of Master of Advanced Pharmacy, candidates shall:
a. comply with the General Regulations; and
b. comply with the Regulations for Taught Postgraduate Curricula; and
c. be holding a Bachelor's degree or above
i. in pharmacy (for Clinical Practice or Community Health streams)
ii. in pharmacy, pharmaceutical science, pharmacology, physiology, physical science, biochemistry, biotechnology, chemistry, biomedical/biological sciences, genetics, medicine, nursing or other relevant discipline (for Pharmaceutical Medicine stream or Generalist) from this University, or from another university, or comparable institution accepted for this purpose; and
d. satisfy the examiners in a qualifying examination, if required.
Programme Admissions Advisor(s)
|Dr Ann Leung / Mr Michael Cheung|
List of Programmes
Round 1 (Main):
Non-local applicants: 12:00 noon (GMT +8), April 28, 2023
Local applicants: 12:00 noon (GMT +8), May 31, 2023
Round 2 (Clearing):
Local applicants: 12:00 noon (GMT +8), June 30, 2023