Joanne Ang

Pharmacy Student - UniSA


The role of the pharmacist is changing, and one of the great strengths of UniSA’s program is the way it has kept up with industry developments. With its emphasis on clinical expertise and communication skills, UniSA’s Bachelor of Pharmacy produces graduates who are well-equipped to meet the challenges of modern pharmaceutical practice.”


UniSA has a proud history of teaching Pharmaceutical programs in South Australia, dating back over 40 years. Our flagship Pharmacy degree is taught at UniSA’s City East campus, located right in the heart of Adelaide’s premier medical research and training precinct.


Students have access to state-of-the-art facilities, including new purpose-built laboratories and a model pharmacy, giving students the benefit of hands on learning




with equipment which is used in current day practice .


The degree begins with broad training in physical and biological sciences in the first year, followed by more advanced studies in pharmaceutics, medicinal chemistry, pharmacology, pharmacotherapeutics and pharmacy practice in the latter years.


The degree equips graduates with the confidence and communication skills to counsel patients from all walks of life, as well as an awareness of the business and regulatory issues relevant to pharmacy practice.


An extensive clinical placement program provides UniSA pharmacy students with a solid foundation of practical experience upon which to build. Each student takes part in a range of work-based placements in pharmacy and pharmacy-related settings during the program.

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The University of South Australia (UniSA) is the largest university in South Australia, with 36,156 students, 2396 staff, five campuses (four in Adelaide and one in Whyalla) and an annual revenue in excess of $457 million. As the leading provider of international education in the state we also are a significant contributor to South Australia's economic growth and prosperity. 

We are committed to educating professionals, creating and applying knowledge, engaging our communities, maintaining cultural diversity among our staff and students, and providing equitable access to education.

Our approach to teaching and learning   is student-centred, focused on higher education outcomes and delivered through flexible program arrangements. We recently reviewed all of our programs to ensure their relevance and currency.

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