|University Location||Melbourne, Victoria|
|City Population||4.8 Million|
|Int'l Student Population||19,075|
|Program Duration||5 years|
|Estimated Annual Tuition||$44,500 AUD (2020 fees; subject to increase)|
|Next Available Intake||2020|
|Application Deadline||November 14, 2019*|
|International Places||Variable / no set limit|
Monash University’s Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences engages in world-class research and has a long history as a leading provider of undergraduate and postgraduate education. In fact, Monash University is ranked #3 in the world and #1 in Australia according to QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019.
Located at Monash University’s Parkville campus, a short tram ride from the city centre and close to cosmopolitan Lygon and Brunswick streets, the faculty offers an inner-city learning experience in leafy Parkville. The campus has first-class teaching facilities and research laboratories arising from a $45-million redevelopment over the past two years.
$5,000 Relocation Grant
Monash University will also provide eligible international students who study pharmacy at Monash a $5,000 study grant to assist with relocation. This means all international students who accept their offer to Monash Pharmacy will be eligible to receive the relocation grant.
The Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) / Master of Pharmacy will equip you with both a higher level of scientific knowledge and the soft skills you need to be an effective practitioner in the increasingly team-based healthcare models of the future. Monash’s innovative teaching practices mean that the path to qualification offered by the new degree is the same length as every other pharmacy course in Australia—five years, start to finish, including a 48-week paid internship in the fifth year.
Your study will develop through a number of interrelated themes that come together in your practice as a pharmacist:
1. Structure and function of the body (how the body works)
2. Drug structure, disposition, and action (how medicines work)
3. Professional practice (what pharmacists do)
4. Comprehensive care
5. Inquiry and innovation
6. Professional experience
You will undertake work placements in hospitals and community pharmacies, gaining and applying essential understanding of the processes involved in providing primary health care, drug information, and clinical pharmacy services in different practice environments.
As a Monash pharmacy student, you will also have access to innovative teaching technologies throughout your studies:
MyDispense—A web-based program that combines more than 300 virtual patients and 1,500 pharmacy products to provide authentic dispensing practice.
Pharmatopia—A virtual hi-tech teaching tool, developed by Monash and adopted by leading pharmacy schools around the world.
1. From high school
You must have completed a high school diploma to be eligible to apply.
- Ontario Secondary School Diploma Grade 12 – 84.90%
- International Baccalaureate – 33
- British Columbia Certificate of Graduation – 82%
- Nova Scotia High School Graduation Diploma – 80%
- Alberta High School Diploma – 82%
- Higher-level mathematics (including calculus and advanced functions)
*While the application deadline for the 2020 intake is November 14, 2019, you are strongly encouraged to submit your application as early as possible.