The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences has introduced a Graduate Entry route to the undergraduate Pharmacy degree. A maximum of five places in the first year will be allocated to Graduates. To be eligible for consideration:
Candidates must hold, or expect to hold, by July prior to entry, a minimum second class honors grade result in their first honors bachelor degree (Level 8). This degree can be in any discipline. Applications will also be accepted from individuals who did not achieve a minimum second class honors grade result in their first honors bachelor degree but who have been awarded a Masters degree or a Ph.D.
In addition, applicants must have obtained at least a H4 in Honours in Leaving Certificate Chemistry or must have successfully undertaken a Chemistry course in a third level institution.
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Candidates must apply to the Central Applications Office before 1st February. Late Applications will NOT be considered.
In addition to submitting an application to CAO candidates must complete the online supplementary application form - see apply link below
The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences will assess the applications and a number of candidates will be shortlisted for interview.
If successful, candidates will receive an offer via the CAO in August.
Study Pharmacy at Trinity College Dublin
Overview of 5-year integrated MPharm Pharmacy Programme by Prof. Gilmer (Head of School) and Dr. Sasse (Director of Teaching and Learning Undergraduate).
To apply to this course, click on the relevant Apply Link below