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  1. Apprenticeship "Pharmaceutical Trade Assistance"

    Zielgruppe: Jugendliche mit erfüllter Schulpflicht, meist im Alter von 15 bis 19 Jahren Kurzinfo: Die Lehrausbildung (= duale Ausbildung) erfolgt überwiegend in einem Betrieb (Lehrbetrieb). Etwa 20 % der Ausbildungszeit verbringen die Lehrlinge in der Berufsschule. Im Lehrbetrieb erlernt der Lehrling den gewählten Beruf anhand der praktischen Arbeit. In der Berufsschule wird das Allgemeinwissen vertieft und theoretisches Hintergrundwissen für den gewählte Beruf vermittelt. ...

    Provider NameBerufsschule Wels 3

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Oberösterreich
  2. Apprenticeship "Pharmaceutical Trade Assistance"

    Zielgruppe: Jugendliche mit erfüllter Schulpflicht, meist im Alter von 15 bis 19 Jahren Kurzinfo: Die Lehrausbildung (= duale Ausbildung) erfolgt überwiegend in einem Betrieb (Lehrbetrieb). Etwa 20 % der Ausbildungszeit verbringen die Lehrlinge in der Berufsschule. Im Lehrbetrieb erlernt der Lehrling den gewählten Beruf anhand der praktischen Arbeit. In der Berufsschule wird das Allgemeinwissen vertieft und theoretisches Hintergrundwissen für den gewählte Beruf vermittelt. ...

    Provider NameLandesberufsschule Dornbirn 2

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Vorarlberg
  3. Apprenticeship "Pharmaceutical Trade Assistance"

    Zielgruppe: Jugendliche mit erfüllter Schulpflicht, meist im Alter von 15 bis 19 Jahren Kurzinfo: Die Lehrausbildung (= duale Ausbildung) erfolgt überwiegend in einem Betrieb (Lehrbetrieb). Etwa 20 % der Ausbildungszeit verbringen die Lehrlinge in der Berufsschule. Im Lehrbetrieb erlernt der Lehrling den gewählten Beruf anhand der praktischen Arbeit. In der Berufsschule wird das Allgemeinwissen vertieft und theoretisches Hintergrundwissen für den gewählte Beruf vermittelt. ...

    Provider NameLandesberufsschule St. Pölten

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Niederösterreich
  4. Apprenticeship "Pharmaceutical Trade Assistance"

    Zielgruppe: Jugendliche mit erfüllter Schulpflicht, meist im Alter von 15 bis 19 Jahren Kurzinfo: Die Lehrausbildung (= duale Ausbildung) erfolgt überwiegend in einem Betrieb (Lehrbetrieb). Etwa 20 % der Ausbildungszeit verbringen die Lehrlinge in der Berufsschule. Im Lehrbetrieb erlernt der Lehrling den gewählten Beruf anhand der praktischen Arbeit. In der Berufsschule wird das Allgemeinwissen vertieft und theoretisches Hintergrundwissen für den gewählte Beruf vermittelt. ...

    Provider NameFachberufsschule St. Veit a.d. Glan

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Kärnten
  5. Pharmacy, BS

    Pharmacy: 180-credit BS programme DefinitionThree-year theoretical and practical foundation programme in pharmacy at the University of Iceland Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. The programme is 180 credits and fully accredited to confer the title of baccalaureus scientiarum, BS. The admission requirement is an Icelandic matriculation examination from an academic programme at an upper secondary school. It is recommended that applicants have an Icelandic matriculation examination from a natural sciences programme, with specialisation in chemistry. It is also recommended that applicants have taken modules in mathematics, biology and physics. Applicants who have taken a different academic programme (e.g. social sciences or languages) are advised to take additional modules that provide comparable preparation in chemistry and mathematics, as well as physics and biology. Knowledge, competence and skillsOn completing the programme, a student should be able to demonstrate the following knowledge, competence and skills: 1. Knowledge and understanding 1.1. The student is familiar with the basic principles of chemistry, mathematics, physics, cell biology, microbiology and physiology as applicable to pharmaceutical sciences. 1.2. The student is familiar with the various levels of structural organisation in organisms, from molecules to cells, tissue and organism. 1.3. The student is familiar with the functional properties and structure of biomolecules. 1.4. The student is familiar with the primary metabolic pathways by whi ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  6. Pharmaceutical Sciences, MS

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    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  7. Pharmaceutical Sciences, Doctorate

    Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences: 180 to 300-credit programme for a doctorate (Ph.D programme) Definition Three to five-year theoretical and practical postgraduate programme (research-based postgraduate programme) in pharmacy at the University of Iceland Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. The programme is 180-300 credits at higher education cycle 3, and fully accredited to confer the title of philosophiae doctor, Ph.D. Admission requirements are a research-based MS degree or comparable qualification (90 credits) – or a BS degree (150 credits), generally completed with a grade of 7.25 or above. The research project shall be 180 credits following an MS degree or 300 credits following a BS degree. In the case of study for a doctorate, specific faculty rules apply. Knowledge, competence and skills On completing the doctorate, a student should have met the following criteria, in addition to those already met at lower levels: 1. Knowledge and understanding 1.1. The student has attained an extensive and detailed understanding of the primary theories, basic principles, terminology and most recent knowledge in a selected field of pharmacy. The knowledge is significantly deeper than that acquired at lower levels of study. 1.2. The student possesses original and critical thinking skills regarding the research area and can present and develop academic ideas. 1.3. The student understands the nature of scientific research and knows the rights and responsibilities of researchers, including those pertaining to confidentiali ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  8. Pharmacy, Doctorate

    Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences: 180 to 300-credit programme for a doctorate (Ph.D programme) Definition Three to five-year theoretical and practical postgraduate programme (research-based postgraduate programme) in pharmacy at the University of Iceland Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. The programme is 180-300 credits at higher education cycle 3, and fully accredited to confer the title of philosophiae doctor, Ph.D. Admission requirements are a research-based MS degree or comparable qualification (90 credits) – or a BS degree (150 credits), generally completed with a grade of 7.25 or above. The research project shall be 180 credits following an MS degree or 300 credits following a BS degree. In the case of study for a doctorate, specific faculty rules apply. Knowledge, competence and skills On completing the doctorate, a student should have met the following criteria, in addition to those already met at lower levels: 1. Knowledge and understanding 1.1. The student has attained an extensive and detailed understanding of the primary theories, basic principles, terminology and most recent knowledge in a selected field of pharmacy. The knowledge is significantly deeper than that acquired at lower levels of study. 1.2. The student possesses original and critical thinking skills regarding the research area and can present and develop academic ideas. 1.3. The student understands the nature of scientific research and knows the rights and responsibilities of researchers, including those pertaining to confidentiali ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  9. Clinical Pharmacy, MS

    1. Knowledge On graduating, students shall possess extensive knowledge of clinical pharmacy. 
 This means that students shall: have a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of clinical consultation, toxicology, pharmacological care, patient services, mixing pharmaceutical drugs for infusion and medicines information. be aware of problems facing clinical pharmacists and have extensive insight into clinical pharmacy. have acquired knowledge through their own research and be able to argue for their own solutions to challenges in clinical pharmacy. have an extensive understanding of (and the ability to apply) methods used when studying and working in the field of clinical pharmacy, e.g. problem solving, evaluation, research methodology and data analysis. 2. Practical competence On graduating, students shall be able to apply methods and procedures within a specialist field of the subject or profession. 
 This means that students shall: be able to critically evaluate research and studies within clinical pharmacy. be able to evaluate methodology, criticise it if appropriate and (where applicable) propose a new hypothesis. be able to use appropriate technology in processing data, including appropriate software. be able to analyse and communicate numerical information on pharmaceutical drugs. be able to discuss clinical pharmaceutical matters with patients, doctors and other health care professionals, and possess a thorough understanding of those practices pertaining to quality patient care. be able to analyse drug-r ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  10. Pharmacy, MS

    Pharmacy: 120-credit MS programme (qualification for professional certification) Definition Two-year theoretical and practical postgraduate programme in pharmacy at the University of Iceland Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. The programme is 120 credits at higher education cycle 2, and fully accredited to confer the title of Master of Science (MS). The admissions requirement is a BS in Pharmacy, generally with a final grade of 6.5 or higher. The final research project shall be worth 30 credits. An MS confers access to doctoral study, at higher education cycle 3. Knowledge, competence and skillsOn completing the MS programme, a student should have acquired the following knowledge, in addition to that already acquired at undergraduate level: 1. Knowledge and understanding1.1. The student possesses a broader and deeper knowledge of the discipline, systematic understanding of the most recent knowledge in the field and insight into the research methodology used. 1.2. The student is familiar with the primary technology and working practices used in pharmaceutical research. 1.3. The student is able to apply this knowledge and understanding to professional work in the pharmaceutical field. 1.4. The student is able to produce reasoned arguments on research work in one field of research within the discipline, and make connections between this work and the knowledge base within the research field. 2. Practical competence and skills2.1. The student is able to organise, work on and take responsibility for the chemical, ph ...

    Provider NameHI

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland

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