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Universitas Airlangga

Surabaya , Jawa Timur ,Indonesia

Bachelor of Pharmacy

The Faculty of Pharmacy UNAIR, formerly known as Pendidikan Tinggi Farmasi, was established on 17 August 1963 based on the Decree of the Minister of Education and Science No.96/1963 (15 August 1963), which transformed transformed into the Faculty of Pharmacy in 1965. Currently, the faculty has six programs, namely the Bachelor in Pharmacy, Apothecary Professional Programme, Master of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Master of Clinical Pharmacy, Specialized Programme, and Doctoral Programme in Pharmaceutical Sciences.

In addition, the faculty also hosts five departments, namely Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry, Pharmaceutics, Community Pharmacy, and Clinical Pharmacy based on Rector's Decree no. 9936/JO3/HK/2007, 22 October 2007. Departments are structural units for scientific and human resources development and the faculty’s performance portfolio management. In accordance with UNAIR’s status ammendment into PTN-BH, starting in 2008, departments has also authorized annual programme planning and implementation. In addition, departments must be able to set budgeting based on development programme according to facilities, resources, and sustainable development projections. The Rector's Decree No. 9626/UN3/KR/2013 changed the legal status of the Apothecary Education Programme which is an integrated programme of Bachelor of Pharmacy and Apothecary Professional Programme.

The Apothecary Education Programme in the Faculty of Pharmacy, which was first established in 1963, is an integrated programme of Bachelor of Pharmacy and Apothecary Professional Programme. The Apothecary Education Programme is  based on the philosophy of Basics, Functions and Objectives of the National Education System, which purposes are to develop ability, build character and dignified nation civilization in order to educate the life of the public, aims to develop the potential of students to be dignified, noble, healthy, knowledgeable, skilled, creative, independent, democratic, and responsible citizens. To strive for its purpose, the Apothecary Education Programme had set curriculum and maintains the great achievements that have been accomplished from bachelor of pharmacy and apothecary professional programme. For almost 51 years, we have trained and educated more than 1190 pharmacists. Many of them have become leading professors, lecturers, and, researchers in Indonesia. A few of them have also established international career and become experts in their fields.

 

APOTHECARY EDUCATION UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMME, FACULTY OF PHARMACY, UNAIR

LEARNING OUTCOMES (LO) OF GRADUATES

LO 1

Explain the basic and applied principles of the basic science, basic medical science, and basic social science to support the pharmaceutical science

LO 2

Explain the basic principles pharmaceutical science and technology, specifically those relevant to the development of new pharmaceutical products, from discovery to design to marketing.

LO 3

Explain the concept of quality control of medicinal substances and pharmaceutical preparations (drugs, traditional medicines, cosmetics), food. and beverages in accordance with set scientific principles and standards.

LO 4

Explain the basic principles and creation techniques, as well as the use and service, of special drug groups.

LO 5

Explain the basic principles and techniques of manufacture of medicinal raw materials, as well as the relationship between changes in structures with biological activity.

LO 6

Apply the science and/or technology in the field of pharmacy through scientific reasoning based on logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking.

LO 7

Able to make pharmaceutical preparations (drugs, traditional medicines, and cosmetics) covering formulation, manufacture, and quality assurance aspects of pharmaceutical preparations, on the basis of pharmaceutical science and technology.

LO 8

Be able to examine and assess the scientific validity of drug-related information with considerations relating to the legal, ethical, professional, sociocultural, and economic aspects while being oriented to the interest of the patients

LO 9

Perform a review of scientific publications related to the field of pharmacy

LO10

Conduct research as the application of scientific methods and attitudes and be able to communicate and account for the results according to scientific principles.

LO11

Publish results of their final project or design work/design/formula which satisfies scientific procedures and can be accessed by the academic community

LO12

Be able to participate in preventive and promotive efforts to improve the quality of public health.

LO13

Provide information and perform communication of medicines and other pharmaceutical supplies to patients, colleagues, the public, and fellow health professionals in an objective, scientific, and responsible manner regarding rational drug therapy.

LO14

Communicate ideas and information regarding the pharmaceutical field effectively through various forms of media to the academic community

LO15

Explain government laws and regulations concerning pharmacy and the pharmaceutical profession code of ethics correctly and consistently.

LO16

Take right decisions based on the analysis of the supervision and evaluation of the pharmaceutical work

LO17

Manage self-learning according to scienctific and technological developments in the field of pharmacy

 

At the end of the teaching learning process, graduates are expected to demonstrate attitudes and behaviors or able to:

- Devoted to God Almighty.

- Has a moral, ethical, and good personality to accomplish tasks.

- Serve as a citizen with pride and love of the country who supports world peace.

- Capable to work in collaboration; have social sensitivity and concern to the community and environment.

- Respect for cultural diversity, views, beliefs, and religion, as well as opinions/original discoveries of others.

- Uphold the rule of law and have the spirit to put the interests of the nation and the society.

 

1st Semester

Basic Biology

Phylosophy of Pharmacy

General Chemistry

Practical work of General Chemistry

Religion (Islam) I

Religion (Katholik) I

Religion (Kristen Protestan)I

Religion (Hindu) I

Religion (Budha) I

Pancasila (State Ideology)

Basic Physics

Practical work of Basic Physisc

Indonesian (Language Study)

Mathematics-statistics

 

 

2nd Semester

Anatomy-Histology

Practical work of Anatomy-Histology

Pharmaceutical Botany I

Practical work of Pharmaceutical Botany I

Prescription I

Human Behavior

Physical Chemistry

Practical work of Physical Chemistry

Organic Chemistry I

Analytical Chemistry

Practical work of Analytical Chemistry

Civics Education

 

3rd Semester

Biochemistry

Practical work of Biochemistry

Physiology-pathophysiology

Practical work of Physiology-pathophysiology

Pharmaceutical Botany II

Practical work of Pharmaceutical Botany II

Prescription II

Practical work of Prescription II

Organics Chemistry  II

 

4th Semester

Microbiology-Immunology-Parasitology

Practical work of Microbiology-Immunology-Parasitology

Pharmacognosy

Practical work of Pharmacognosy

Physical Pharmacy

Prescription III

Practical work of Synthesis Chemistry

Pharmaceutical Analysis I

Practical work of Pharmaceutical Analysis I

Intakes

  • Jan Deadline: July
  • July Deadline: Jan

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Minimum English Language Requirements

English Level Description IELTS (1.0 -9.0) TOEFL IBT (0-120) TOEFL CBT (0-300) PTE (10-90)
Expert 9 120 297-300 86-90
Very Good 8.5 115-119 280-293 83-86
Very Good 8 110-114 270-280 79-83
Good 7.5 102-109 253-267 73-79
Good 7 94-101 240-253 65-73
Competent 6.5 79-93 213-233 58-65
Competent 6 60-78 170-210 50-58
Modest 5.5 46-59 133-210 43-50
Modest 5 35-45 107-133 36-43
Limited 4 32-34 97-103 30-36
Extremely Limited < 4 < 31 < 93 < 30

Admission Requirement / Eligibility Criteria

1. Copy of passport (showing the applicant's picture and the date of issuance and expiration) 2. Copy of official academic transcript 3. Copy of the latest academic certificate/degree 4. English proficiency certificate (TOEFL (PBT/IBT), TOEIC, IELTS, Cambridge Test) 5. Passport sized photographs 6. Health certificate 7. Academic recommendation letter 8. Curriculum Vitae (max. 2 pages) 9. Guarantee statement in form of a bank statement (indicating financial ability to undertake education within Indonesia) 10. Research Proposal or Study Plan

  • Course Type: Full Time
  • Course Level: Bachelors/UG Degree
  • Duration: 04 Year  
  • Total Tuition Fee: 50000000 IDR
    Annual Cost of Living: N/A
    Application Fee: N/A