The Faculty offers the undergraduate (first- and second-cycle) degrees of Bachelor of Science (Pharmacy) and Master of Science (Pharmacy) and also educates Swedish-speaking Master of Science (Pharmacy) graduates.
In addition to these degrees qualifying for a legalized health care professional status, the faculty offers a research-oriented Master of Science degree from an international study programme.
Specialisation studies are provided as post-graduate studies in Community and Hospital Pharmacy and Industrial Pharmacy. The Faculty offers the postgraduate (third-cycle) degrees of Doctor of Philosophy (Pharmacy) as well as the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
Interested in a Master’s degree? Apply to our International Master's Programme in Pharmaceutical Research, Development and Safety. The next application period will start at the end of 2022.
The English-language programme focuses on the study, development and safety of drugs and pharmacotherapy, with a close link to the sustainable development of pharmacy and green pharmacy.