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Title: Do you want to change lives? Change yours first.


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Do you want to change lives? Change yours first.
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One degree can make a world of difference to the
lives of others
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  • Our graduates Preventing missed doses
  • Victorian Public Healthcare Awards
  • Our researchers Saving lives at birth
  • One woman bleeds to death every three minutes in
    a developing countries
  • Engineer an oxytocin powder
  • Our students Mathew Peck Traveling scholarship
  • Alex Bongers travelled to Toulva
  • Researched and implemented treatment programs for
    non communicable diseases including type 2
    diabetes

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One degree can make a world of difference to
your life
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Core knowledge and hands on experience
  • Vocational skill development
  • Professional Experience Placements
  • Research Project
  • Industry Placement
  • Pharmaceutical science students High Performance
    Liquid Chromatography facility
  • Pharmacy Virtual Practice Environments and
    MyDispense

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Get more than a degree
  • Choose an elective in research or leadership
  • Complete a summer research scholarship
  • Undertake a professional experience placement
    overseas,
  • Join facultys student leadership program,
  • Run a club
  • Mentor a new student

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To make a difference start here.
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We might be one of the oldest pharmacy schools in
Australia, but we are also the most innovative
and globally recognised.
  • World-class partnerships
  • Servier and GSK
  • Leading the profession
  • NAPE, CMUS
  • Game changing education
  • GlaxoSmithKline and Pharmatopia
  • Fantastic facilities great location

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New entry requirements
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Supplementary Information Form
  • This will replace the UMAT for entry into
    Pharmacy and Pharmacy/Commerce
  • The form is available to download at
    www.pharm.monash.edu.au/courses/pharmacy/sup-infor
    mation-form
  • or can be completed online at
    www.adm.monash.edu/admissions/vtac
  • All VTAC applicants (international and domestic)
    must complete
  • Applicants must still list pharmacy on their VTAC
    preference list

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How will the form be used?
  • Model answers will be used to give applicants a
    rating for their form
  • Rating will be used to re-rank applicants who are
    middle-band or borderline cases.
  • All re-ranked applicants will still need to meet
    the published minimum prerequisite study scores.
  • The Supplementary Information Form is not to be
    used for the purpose of special consideration.

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What will the form ask?
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Changes to prerequisite requirements
  • Pharmacy, pharmacy/commerce and pharmaceutical
    sciences have all had their prerequisite subject
    scores lowered
  • VCE 30 in English (ESL) or 25 in any other
    English, and 25 in chemistry, and 25 in
    mathematical methods (CAS) or specialist
    mathematics.
  • IB 4 in English SL or 3 in English HL or 5 in
    English B SL or 4 in English B HL, and 4 in
    chemistry SL or 3 in chemistry HL, and 4 in
    mathematics SL or 3 in mathematics HL.
  • Assessment last year showed students with lower
    scores still had high enough ATARS to be
    competitive for these courses.
  • We dont expect this will affect the clearly-in
    ATAR score in 2013

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Pharmaceutical Science
  • Better medicines by design

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Pharmaceutical Science
  • Pharmaceutical science is the chemistry, biology
    and technology of medicine.
  • It plays a role in improving human health and
    wellbeing by researching and developing
    reliable, accessible and effective treatments for
    patients
  • Learn from world class academics and have the
    opportunity to undertake research with MIPS

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Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences Advanced with
Honours Are you looking to start research as an
undergraduate student?
  • Prepare students for postgraduate study and a
    research career.
  • Solid foundation in fundamental science
    research know-how
  • Three major areas of study drug discovery
    biology, formulation science and medicinal
    chemistry
  • Please note this course is currently not
    available for international students.

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Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences Advanced with
Honours
  • Benefits
  • Multiple research projects and an honours
    project in fourth year
  • Opportunity to attend research seminars
  • Academic mentors
  • Student Ambassador program

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Entry requirements
  • Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science Advanced with
    Honours
  • 4 years full-time (Parkville campus)
  • 3 years Bachelor 1 year Honours
  • ATAR Unknown, recommend 90
  • Prerequisites 30 in English (ESL) or 25 in any
    other English, and 25 in chemistry, and 25 in
    mathematical methods (CAS) or specialist
    mathematics.

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Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science
  • a job-ready science degree
  • All students undertake a 4 week placement in the
    third year of the course.
  • A research placement where they complete a
    project
  • An industry placement where they work on a self
    contained project

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Three major areas of study
  • Medicinal chemistry
  • At the intersection between biology and chemistry
    - explore the chemistry of drugs
  • How medicines work, are designed and made.
  • Formulation science
  • Formulate, design and evaluate medicines and
    other products
  • Cosmetics, foods, consumer and agricultural
    chemicals and paints.
  • Drug discovery biology
  • This new major draws on the expertise in MIPS
    best in Australia
  • Explores the biotechnological aspects of drug
    design and evaluation
  • Apply your biology knowledge to investigating and
    evaluating new drug targets.

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Careers in biotech and pharma industries
plus food, cosmetics, consumer chemicals and
more!
  • industry consultant
  • intellectual property manager
  • medicinal chemist
  • nanotechnologist pharmacologist
  • product development specialist
  • professional, government and legal advisor
  • quality assurance scientist
  • Regulator
  • regulatory affairs specialist
  • technical sales and marketing manager
  • and more
  • analytical chemist
  • biotechnologist
  • cell biologist
  • clinical trial researcher
  • cosmetic chemist
  • development chemist
  • drug analyst
  • drug discovery and delivery scientist
  • drug evaluation specialist
  • educator and academic
  • environmental chemist
  • formulation chemist

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Entry requirements
  • Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science
  • 3 years full-time (Parkville campus)
  • 2012 ATAR 82.3
  • Prerequisites 30 in English (ESL) or 25 in any
    other English, and 25 in chemistry, and 25 in
    mathematical methods (CAS) or specialist
    mathematics.
  • Bachelor of Engineering/ Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • 5 years full-time (Parkville and Clayton
    campuses)
  • 2012 ATAR 92.1
  • Prerequisites English, chemistry mathematical
    methods and one of biology, physics or specialist
    mathematics

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Pharmacy
  • Its about peoples health

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Pharmacy
  • Pharmacists are medicine experts.
  • They are actively involved in patient care,
    either in hospital or in the community and work
    to ensure patient treatment therapies are
    optimised.

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Did you know a pharmacist can
  • Work in regulatory affairs, marketing and
    business development
  • Undertake research
  • Work in developing countries
  • Specialise in emergency medicine or paediatrics
  • Undertake Home Medicine Reviews
  • Work for the Army
  • Advise the government

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Practical Experience
  • Innovative learning
  • MyDispense (Dispensing)
  • Virtual Practice Environment (Patient counseling)
  • Practical Experience Program
  • Every pharmacy student completes 12 weeks of
    compulsory practical placements in third and
    fourth year
  • Hospital pharmacy (2 x 3 weeks)
  • Community pharmacy (3 weeks)
  • Rural pharmacy (3 weeks)

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International opportunities
  • The elective International Experience in Pharmacy
    provides an opportunity to experience an
    international placement in the UK, USA or
    Singapore.
  • Spend a semester in Malaysia. Bachelor of
    Pharmacy students can undertake an intercampus
    exchange with Monashs Malaysia campus.

The Petronas Towers, KL
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Internship and registration
  • 48 week internship following completion of the
    Bachelor of Pharmacy
  • 48 weeks training supervised by a registered
    pharmacist
  • completion of an approved internship course.
  • Pharmacy Board of Victoria Registration
    examination
  • Monash University offers an approved internship
    course which can lead to a postgraduate
    qualification
  • Graduate Certificate in Pharmacy Practice
    (Internship)
  • Master in Pharmacy Practice

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Entry requirements
  • Bachelor of Pharmacy 4 years full-time
    (Parkville) 1 year of internship
  • Bachelor of Pharmacy/ Commerce 6 years full-time
    (Parkville and Clayton campuses) 1 year
    internship
  • Entry requirements
  • ATAR (aim for 95 )
  • Prerequisites
  • 30 in English (ESL) or 25 in any other English,
    and 25 in chemistry, and 25 in mathematical
    methods (CAS) or specialist mathematics.
  • Monash University Supplementary Information Form
    (Pharmacy)
  • Your motivation for the course,
  • what qualities you feel would make you a good
    pharmacist
  • details of any relevant employment and/ or
    community involvement

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