Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Honours)Program details
You will undertake 40 weeks of supervised training with an industry placement partner where you will gain industry work experience and academic research skills.
This program provides industry-based participatory learning. Over 40 weeks you will gain experience, skills and knowledge that can only be obtained from within the pharmaceutical science industry.
Employers and industry professionals contribute to the ongoing development of the program. Their involvement ensures that the program remains relevant to your needs as a graduate and to the needs of graduate employers.
RMIT partners with more than 30 organisations each year to provide this innovative, industry-based opportunity.
Partner organisations include:
- pharmaceutical companies
- clinical research organizations
Placement allocation is determined by a competitive process. Based on student areas of interest, partners conduct interviews and select their preferred candidates.
Graduates continuing into honours from the RMIT Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences undergraduate program will commence placement selection in third year.
Applicants from other institutions graduating from an equivalent degree will liaise with the program coordinator to facilitate preferences and placement interview times after application and enrolment.
How will you learn
As part of his pharmaceutical science studies, Duncan Maher completed work placement at Ipsen Pharmaceuticals where he gained valuable industry connections and experience.
A Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences struck Ameena Jabbar as the best way to combine her passion for helping people and commitment to research.