B.Sc.Pharm.Sci.

Timetable October 2020-21 (provisional)   
Groups  
2020/21 Semester 1 Examination Timetable (Provisional)  

PHR 2019

Poster templates are now also available in Powerpoint format on the Coursework page at the following link:

https://www.um.edu.mt/ms/pharmacy/students/coursework/ppproject/_nocache

Brief Description

A brief description of your project of not more than 280 characters including spaces (excluding title and student’s name) has to be submitted via the online form available at https://www.um.edu.mt/ms/pharmacy/students/coursework/forms by 22 January 2021.

Application of Project Title

The application of project title form (on VLE/website) has to be submitted via electronic mail to Dr Attard Pizzuto by 22 January 2021. The form must be electronically signed/endorsed by your supervisor upon submission. Please note that no hard copies will be collected.

PHR 2019 - PHARMACY PRACTICE PROJECT: Poster Submission

Students are requested to submit a PDF copy of their poster to Mr Eric Santucci (eric.santucci@um.edu.mt) and Dr Maresca Attard Pizzuto (maresca.attard-pizzuto@um.edu.mt) by Monday 1 March 2021.

2020/21 Semester 2 Timetable  


Computational Chemistry Project Submissions  
Timetable October 2020-21 (provisional)  
Groups  
2020/21 Semester 1 Examination Timetable (Provisional)  

PHR 3116: Five-line description

A description of your project of not more than 400 characters including spaces (excluding title and student’s name) has to be submitted via the online form available here: https://www.um.edu.mt/ms/pharmacy/students/coursework/forms by 11 December 2020. Please note that no hard copies will be collected and the description will be endorsed by your project supervisor after submission. More guidelines can be accessed here.

PHR 3116

Poster templates are now also available in Powerpoint format on the Coursework page at the following link:

https://www.um.edu.mt/ms/pharmacy/students/coursework/ppproject/_nocache

PHR 3116 - PHARMACY PRACTICE PROJECT: Poster Submission

Students are requested to submit a PDF copy of their poster to Mr Eric Santucci (eric.santucci@um.edu.mt) and Dr Maresca Attard Pizzuto (maresca.attard-pizzuto@um.edu.mt) by Monday 1 March 2021

2020/21 Semester 2 Timetable  


Computational Chemistry Project Submissions  
Groups for PHR4447 PHR4448 Experiential  
4th Year Groups  

PHR 4120 - Online submission of Five-line description

A description of your project of not more than 600 characters including spaces (excluding title and student’s name) has to be submitted via the online form available at https://www.um.edu.mt/ms/pharmacy/students/coursework/forms by 8 February 2021. Please note that no hard copies will be collected and the description will be endorsed by your project supervisor after submission. More guidelines can be accessed here.

PHR 4120

Poster templates are now also available in Powerpoint format on the Coursework page at the following link:

https://www.um.edu.mt/ms/pharmacy/students/coursework/ppproject/_nocache

PHR 4120 - PHARMACY PRACTICE PROJECT III

Students are requested to submit the final version of the Symposium Presentation by email to Ms Sandra Montebello (sandra.montebello@um.edu.mt) and Dr Maresca Attard Pizzuto (maresca.attard-pizzuto@um.edu.mt) by Wednesday 3 March 2021. It is imperative that you adhere to the 5-minute time limit.

PHR 4120 - PHARMACY PRACTICE PROJECT: Poster Submission

Students are requested to submit a PDF copy of their poster to Mr Eric Santucci (eric.santucci@um.edu.mt) and Dr Maresca Attard Pizzuto (maresca.attard-pizzuto@um.edu.mt) by Monday 1 March 2021

2020/21 Semester 2 Timetable  


Computational Chemistry Project Submissions  
Election of Two Student Representatives on the Board of Studies  
 

Exams: important notice

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. 


https://www.um.edu.mt/ms/pharmacy/students/pharmsci