The full time four year Bachelor of Pharmacy course is offered at metropolitan universities and regional universities at Bendigo, Wagga, Townsville and Orange. Some of these have a focus on the regional, rural and remote workplace environment.
Students interested in studying pharmacy at university need to achieve high marks in English, Mathematics and Chemistry. Some universities offer students from rural areas extra credits to assist them into their preferred course and career.
For more information on entry requirements into pharmacy courses, take a look at the links below to the universities where you can study.
New South Wales
University of New England (Undergraduate)
The University of Newcastle (Postgraduate)
University of Sydney (Undergraduate and Postgraduate)
Charles Sturt University (Undergraduate)
The University of Queensland (Undergraduate & Postgraduate)
James Cook University (Undergraduate & Postgraduate)
Queensland University of Technology (Undergraduate & Postgraduate)
Monash University (Undergraduate)
Latrobe University (Undergraduate)
University of South Australia (Undergraduate & Postgraduate)