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Pharmacy Symposium 2018

Students are gently reminded that this year's Pharmacy Symposium shall be held at the New Anatomy Lecture Room (NALR), Biomedical Building in the Msida Campus from Monday the 5th to Friday the 9th of March.




Thesis Review


Booking for reviewing of thesis is to be made not less than 3 days before by email to both (Cc) Joanne and Jessica on the following email addresses:

joanne.bugeja[at] / jessica.attard[at]


Date and time as scheduled:-

Winter Schedule: Mondays to Fridays afternoon from 14.00 till 17.00

Winter Schedule: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 09.00 till 13.00.



Notification of Absence


Students are reminded once again that if they are absent during term time, they are to complete the form for Notification of Absence [PDF] and attach it to the National Insurance Medical Certificate if sick, otherwise submit a report giving valid reasons why they did not attend possibly giving copy of proof.  

These documents should be submitted within 5 working days of absence to the Faculty Office otherwise documents will not be considered.





Students are hereby notified that they have to bring with them an acceptable proof of identity either a Malta ID cardPassport or a University Library card at every exam.

With reference to Regulation 33 (2) that states that:

"Students who are not able to provide acceptable proof of identity may be permitted to continue the Examination provided that they undertake to produce verification of their identity within a reasonable period, normally on the same day of the Examination. If Verification is not provided, the matter shall be referred to the Assessment Disciplinary Board."

The invigilator will inform the Faculty Officer as soon as they see that a student does not have the required identification document. 



Pharmacy Student Identification Tags

Students are reminded to wear Pharmacy Student Identification Tag during placements and practical sessions and when undertaking fieldwork related to the project or dissertation.

First year students please contact Ms Jessica Attard to submit passport sized photo and for process to collect card. 



Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct [PDF] 


The Department of Pharmacy has a Quality Management System for the practical experience in the laboratories. A new version of the SOPs has been distributed. All students are expected to read the Standard Operating Procedures:

and sign a Read and Understood Form before commencing with their practical experience.


Student Hours


As instructed by Registrar, students should keep with the following student hours.
10.30 am - 12.15 pm
3.30 - 4.30 pm


British National Formulary
PHR 1101, 2103, 3106, 4112, 4514

Each student is expected to have a recent copy of the British National Formulary (BNF) during the Pharmacy Practice tutorials.

Pharm.D. Programme

Postgraduate Programme leading to Doctorate in Pharmacy 

Read more here


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