The training provided in the Bachelor in Pharmacy programme is based on a variety of teaching methods enabling an integrated approach to the theoretical and practical aspects of the different disciplines with regard to medication.
The theory courses are aimed at developing a specialised knowledge base, using practical examples illustrating the complexity of pharmacy. Most of the theory courses are also associated with practical laboratory work, exercises and seminars during which the students are actively engaged in their training.
Several teaching units invite the students to learn about pharmacy through individual or group work. The aim of such work is to develop skills in self-learning, summarising and communication.
Finally, through work placements in a professional environment, the Bachelor in Pharmacy training enables the students to discover for themselves the various aspects of the pharmacist's job. The theory-based and practical training involves pharmacy experts throughout the academic programme. This specialist supervision ensures a balance between the expected learning outcomes and current expectations of society in the field of pharmacy.