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Credits/ECTS offered for Academic Year 2019/20


B.Sc.(Hons.) Pharmaceutical Technology [PDF] 

B.Sc.(Hons.) Pharmaceutical Science [PDF] 


Guidelines for Incoming Erasmus+ Students at the Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery

  • All students in the field of pharmacy must be nominated by the sending institution to the International office of the receiving institution by latest 31 May of the preceding academic year.

  • Students applying for study-units for a mobility period of only one semester will not be eligible to select study-units which are held over two semesters since the coursework is spread over both semesters.

  • Students applying for study-units offered in the second semester in the fourth year of the BSc (Hons) Pharmaceutical Science course should note that the assessment is comprehensive and may include aspects that were covered in earlier modules in the subjects.

  • Students are accepted to follow study-units on condition that they follow a full semester/year of ONE particular course and course year i.e. follow the same programme as the local pharmacy students. Requests to select study-units offered from different courses and years will not be considered.

  • Study units ‘Pharmacy practice project 1, 2 and 3’ and 'Medicinal chemistry project 1, 2 and 3' are not offered to mobility students since the fieldwork of the modules follows-on from one year to another.

  • Requests for placements are considered in hospital pharmacy, community pharmacy, pharmaceutical regulatory sciences, and pharmaceutical technology and analysis and no ECTS are awarded from the receiving institution.

  • Requests to carry out a research project are considered between October and June and no ECTS are awarded from the receiving institution.

  • ALL students must have a good command of the English language (B2 or better).

Health form for Medicine and Pharmacy students [PDF]


Further information may be obtained from the Erasmus+ incoming section of the International Office.


Interested students may contact the Head of the Department of Pharmacy, Prof. Lilian M. Azzopardi directly via email.




Guidelines for Outgoing Erasmus+ Students 

  • Students are required to submit Form A (available on VLE) before departure.

  • Students are required to read the handbook and complete a daily record sheet (available on VLE) which should be signed by the respective preceptor.

  • Students are expected to keep in touch with their assigned local supervisor as per schedule indicated.

  • Students are expected to keep contact with the Department of Pharmacy and to keep up-to-date with the electronic noticeboard.

  • Students are required to submit a hard copy of the portfolio to Dr Francesca Wirth towards the end of the first semester.

  • Students are requested to inform the Department of Pharmacy via email of their return to Malta.

  • Students are kindly requested to contact Professor Lilian M Azzopardi Prof Lilian M Azzopardi or Dr Francesca Wirth if any problems and/or queries arise during the mobility period.

Further information may be obtained from the Erasmus+ outgoing section of the International Office.


Pharmaceutical English Courses

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