The School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Copenhagen offers the following full time BSc and MSc programmes in Danish:
The University of Copenhagen does not offer BSc or MSc programmes in pharmacy in English.
Graduates from the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences are considered drug specialists with a broad-based education, who are qualified to hold a wide variety of positions in the pharmaceutical industry, including the biotech and medical device industries, in community pharmacies and in the public sector, including hospital pharmacies.
Research-based teaching, subject integration and problem based learning give students the scientific background for positions in both the private and the public sectors – wherever teamwork in the biological, chemical and pharmaceutical fields is needed.
Diagram with curriculum in the BSc and MSc in Pharmacy programmes (pdf 11 Kb) Please note that the programmes are taught in Danish.
The educational language in the BSc and MSc in Pharmacy programmes is Danish!
Qualifications in Danish corresponding to an examination in "Danish as a second language" are required for admission into the BSc and MSc programmes in Pharmacy. The MSc in Pharmaceutical Sciences programme is taught in English.
Regarding the BSc and MSc in Pharmacy: if your qualifying exam is not a Danish upper secondary exam (gymnasial eksamen) you are requested to show proof that you have passed an examination in “Danish as a Second Language” (“Studieprøven i dansk som andet sprog”).
Additional requirements are: