School of Pharmacy


At the Forefront of
Pharmaceutical Education
Like doctors, pharmacists
play an important role in
ser ving society.
Pharmacists are professionals who help people improve
their quality of life through the use of medications.
Since pharmacy is an integral part of a complete
healthcare system and the number of people requiring
healthcare services continues to rise globally,
pharmacists have many responsibilities and opportunities.
If you have chosen to study pharmacy, you will enjoy a
rewarding career in areas ranging from academia to
retail to manufacturing and research. Pharmacists can
also pursue quality management of pharmaceutical
manufacturing or regulatory matters related to

produce future to study in Malaysia and the UK. Professor Dato’ Dr. both in the field. Taught by a team of leaders in pharmacy practice and advance research highly qualified and experienced faculty. equips them with the knowledge and ability to access to top notch facilities and exposure to develop and use pharmaceutical products for the international best practices.Chancellor & President . wherein students have the flexibility promote pharmacy education. such as registration In collaboration with Welsh School of Pharmacy and of pharmaceutical products and compliance with Pharmaceutical Sciences. betterment of patients. UK’s leading pharmacy schools – we offer the Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons) and Master of Pharmacy (Hons) Taylor’s School of Pharmacy is committed to degree programmes. Chart your future with us today and become an outstanding pharmacist of tomorrow. research and development activities. I welcome you to join Taylor’s School of Pharmacy. Cardiff University – one of the Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP). meet up with our knowledgeable and friendly counsellors. students to become independent learners and hands-on learning. If you are passionate about healthcare and science. Our comprehensive curriculum grooms programmes incorporate industry-relevant materials. Here. reasons to study pharmacy and how to begin your tertiary education. you will enjoy a world-class education in a distinctive learning environment. Should you require further guidance.pharmaceutical manufacturing. Hassan Said Vice . and desire a successful career in any aspect of the pharmaceutical industry or pharmacy provision. This prospectus is an informative and helpful guide that will answer many of your questions about Taylor’s.

Taylor’s University At Taylor’s University we are constantly aspiring towards a culture of academic excellence while at the same time ensuring our students receive a well – rounded education. With it comes the ability to make sound judgment and decisions. We have under our belt various accolades that have further cemented our strong position in the education industry. It is the backbone that upholds strong and positive character. we are recognised as one of Malaysia’s most successful and reputable private institutions of higher learning with over 65. The Taylor’s Pledge WISDOM is the culmination of vast knowledge. our founders had a vision of an institution that is synonymous with teaching excellence and capable of producing students with highest merits. INTEGRITY is about right values and morals in life. our aim and focus is to prepare individuals to take their place as contributing members of the community. This reputation was carved by via our top-notch programmes and experienced lecturers. EXCELLENCE is quality beyond experience. As facilitators of a sound educational framework.000 graduates. We believe that we play a significant role in developing the nation’s youth into balanced yet competitive human capital capable of playing their role in the development of the country. high income economy. Today. It is concerned with achieving the highest standards and outperforming the rest. From humble roots when we started in 1969. This success has not gone unnoticed. Our highest achievement is the official upgrade to University status. 2 . This philosophy is practiced at every level of our organisation from our teaching faculty to management of campus facilities and last but not least into the psyche of our students so that they are armed with the right knowledge to make their mark in their respective career fields. This recognition is a driving force for us to uphold the quality of our teaching to meet Malaysia's agenda for a world-class.

strong industry linkages and industry.national companies.relevant facilities. Law. on. Some of our most recent recognitions are: 2011 • Gold Award at the Putra Brand Award ‘The People’s Choice’ for Education and Learning category • Gold Award as Reader’s Digest Trusted Brand Award for Private University/College category • Long Term Research Grant Scheme (LRGS) of RM9million by Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) 2010 • Gold Award at the Putra Brand Award ‘The People’s Choice’ for Education and Learning category • Ranked ‘Tier 5: Excellent’ in the MQA Rating System for Malaysian Higher Education Institutions (SETARA) 2009 • Most Popular Student Choice of College/University by Trendence* • Most Popular Student Choice of College/University in Business/Accounting Management. diploma. Hospitality) or the sciences (Medicine.going partnerships with leading universities worldwide. Design). Whether your interest lies in professional courses (Accounting.rated partner universities and multi . Law. upon graduation to take their productive place as leaders in the global community. the arts (Communications. we are proud to offer our students programmes at various foundation. Awards We have garnered numerous awards and accolades at the national and international levels.up) by the Malaysia Canada Business Council *Europe’s leading consultancy on employer branding and recruitment research 3 .The Pathway As an award winning University. relevant curriculum and teaching methods. Students have the opportunity of selecting from a wide range of options that will prepare them. Biotechnology). Engineering). Hospitality & Tourism and Pre -University Studies by Trendence* 2008 • Brand Excellence Award (Services) by the Ministry of International Trade & Industry Malaysia (MITI) in recognition of industry excellence • PATA (Pacific Asia Travel Association) Gold Award in Education and Training category • Most Popular Student Choice of College/University by Graduates to Industry (GTI)* • Industry Excellence for Education Award 2008 (first runner. postgraduate and professional levels benchmarked against the highest international standards. our programmes are conducted in collaboration with top. business (Marketing. We have continuously provided excellent services to our students in terms of diverse study options. undergraduate.

The four (4)-year BPharm Pharmaceutical Labs Taylor’s Graduate Capabilities produces globally. an excellent research record and academics who are leading professionals in their disciplines Unique teaching and learning approach The faculty consists of highly qualified and experienced lecturers who are experts in their respective specialisations Taylor's faculty have honorary lecturer appointments with Cardiff University Lecturers visit from Cardiff on a regular basis Preferred by employers University and 2+2 MPharm (Hons) is fully Specialised Facilities and Clinical Exposure Programmes are benchmarked against. and conducted in close collaboration with a world-renowned partner university accredited by the General Pharmaceutical All equipment is of industry-level standard Council (UK). the Diploma in Higher Education in Pharmaceutical Studies (awarded by Cardiff University. UK.Why Pharmacy @ Taylor’s Partner University Taylor’s School of Pharmacy has partnered Board of examiners and results from Cardiff Subject to independent review by Cardiff’s Academic Standards and Quality Committee with the highly regarded Welsh School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Cardiff University. The Welsh School of Pharmacy and Dispensary Facility Pharmaceutical Sciences is also recognised by the Pharmacy Board of Malaysia. UK Fully accredited curriculum from Cardiff Exams and assessment by Cardiff locally and master’s degree on a twinning Marked at Taylor’s with marking scheme from Cardiff basis offers substantial benefits Moderated by Cardiff Aseptic Suite Clerkship Industrial Attachment BPharm (Hons) students will undergo industrial attachment in the pharmaceutical industry in Malaysia . which has a 90 year progressive history in offering pharmacy degree programmes Established Reputation and Track Record More than 40 years of education excellence The Welsh School of Pharmacy is recognised for its high quality teaching and learning. Quality Assurance by Cardiff University. UK) or a 2+2 MPharm (Hons) studied in part in Malaysia and in part in the UK(awarded by Cardiff University) The ability to complete the bachelor’s degree 4 Accreditation Qualified and Dedicated Faculty The current MPharm (Hons) at Cardiff (Hons) programme have approvals from the General Pharmaceutical Council and Wound Management and Clinical Skills Suite Pharmacy Board of Malaysia to enrol Physiology and Pharmacology Lab students.competitive graduates Flexibility and Cost Savings Option to complete a 4-year BPharm (Hons) in Malaysia (awarded by Taylor’s University) and obtain an extra certificate.

At Taylor’s we strive to prepare students to possess the right outlook for post-university life as they make their entry into “the real world” environment. Get a head start with a solid foundation Foundations and skills for lifelong learning • Learns autonomously • Able to acquire and manage information Stand out with professionalism Communication skills • Ability to speak and write well • Able to organise synthesize and present information effectively • Awareness of current global issues Intrapersonal skills • Ability to manage time effectively • Understands the role of personal image Problem-solving skills • Defines issues and analyse problems comprehensively • Applies knowledge effectively and applies theory to practise • Able to arrive at workable and effective solutions Cosmopolitan thinking and intercultural competence • Forms opinion and articulates views from a global perspective • Awareness of and sensitivity to • Ability to comprehend a wide variety of literature Stay on top and be in demand with qualities sought after by employers and professionalism at work • Works independently in context of tasks to be completed cross -cultural differences Interpersonal skills • Works with others in a team • Able to assume leadership in small and / or big groups Technology savvy skills • Effective use of ICT and related technologies 5 . non-literary pursuits and a healthy dose of street smarts. In order to achieve this. the Taylor’s Graduate Capabilities are embedded into every aspect of academic life to ensure that all graduates are prepared to secure a bright future.Taylor’s Graduate Capabilities A student who has achieved optimal performance is one who is a sum of many parts – a fine balance between academic.

sports arena and multi .purpose hall. our own hotel called Ruemz.conventional students through an integrated community that is ecological and conducive for learning and leisure. ** 2011 Gold Award in Category 5 (Education) for by PAM (Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia) & 2011 Global Interior Design Award 6 . a clinic. banks.5 acre lake. convenience stores. There are also general learning resources such as a library. lecture theatres and laboratories. It addresses the needs of traditional and non. food outlets. Students can take advantage of the amenities offered including a student accommodation. computer labs. This campus boasts world-class educational facilities and amenities that prioritises the needs of our students.First Modern Tropical University Campus Integrated Campus Experience Our award winning** campus is set on 27 acres of tropical greenery and built around a 5. a student life centre.

our aim is to continuously look towards enhancing our campus to ensure our students are surroundetd in an environment that is not only comfortable but also conducive. Sunway and Puchong. 7 . banks. students can head to theme parks and cinemas as well as F&B outlets and family orientated entertainment outlets. shopping complexes. This ideal location gives students easy access to various attractions within the townships. Moving forward. hospitals. places of worship and many other conveniences. There are retail outlets. hypermarkets. For leisure.Accessibility Nestled between the thriving townships of Subang. the campus gives students convenient access to a range of services.

. Loganathan Veerappan Dr. Whatever your course of choice may be. Syed Atif Abbas Dr.. Malaysia Senior Lecturer & Programme Director PhD in Pharmaceutical Microbiology Bharathidasan University. Berhampur. Welcome to one of Malaysia’s oldest. Salmiah Binti Mohd Ali Dean PhD in Pharmacy Practice University of Nottingham. most successful and highly trusted private institutions of higher learning. Sreenivas Patro Sisinthy Deputy Dean PhD in Pharmacology Universiti Sains Malaysia.Learn from the experts . UK Research Focus • Various fields of pharmacy practice • Quantitative and qualitative research (Computer Aided Qualitative Data Analysis using NVivo) Dr. you can be assured of top quality educational standards at Taylor’s University. Trichirappalli. India Research Focus • Cardiovascular and renal pharmacology/physiology • Antihypertensive and hypoglycaemic effects of herbal extracts Research Focus • Preformulation studies • Formulation and evaluation of gastro retentive drug delivery systems • Pharmaceutical microbiology Research Focus • Oral controlled drug delivery systems • Fast dissolving drug delivery systems • Bioanalytical method development using HPLC . Professor Dr. India Senior Lecturer PhD in Pharmaceutical Technology Berhampur University.

University of Wales. Manimaran Sellappan Dr. analytical method development and validation. Yee Siew Mei Senior Lecturer Master of Herbal Medicines University of Sydney. Selvakumar Duraipandi Senior Lecturer PhD in Pharmacognosy The Tamil Nadu Dr. Chennai. India Senior Lecturer PhD in Pharmaceutical Chemistry Gujarat University.G. pharmacy practice and pharmacy education Research Focus • Clinical pharmacy and pharmacy practice . formulation design and development v Dr. India Senior Lecturer Master in Philosophy (Pharmaceutical Technology) College of Cardiff. Australia Lecturer Master of Pharmacy (Clinical Pharmacy) Universiti Sains Malaysia.R.Dr. India Research Focus • Extraction and spray drying techniques of medicinal plants • Herbal formulation development and standardisation • Preparation and standardisation of traditional system of medicines • High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography (HPTLC) standardisation of herbal drugs and their formulations Research Focus • Medicinal chemistry (In silico design and synthesis of SCMs) and natural products isolation and chemistry. Lyna Irawati Ms. Australia Senior Lecturer Master of Pharmacy (Clinical Pharmacy) Curtin University. Narendra Babu Mr.M. Malaysia Research Focus • Pharmacy education and pharmacy practice Research Focus • Clinical pharmacy. UK Research Focus • Drug design of small molecules • Synthetic chemistry of drugs • Computational medicinal chemistry Research Focus • Pharmaceutical regulatory affairs • Quality assurance of pharmaceuticals Ms. • Standardisation of herbal products. Medical University. Wong Pei Nee Ms. Selvaraja Seerangam Senior Lecturer PhD in Medicinal Chemistry University of Mysore.

and today combines impressive modern facilities and a dynamic approach to teaching and research.000 staff.000 students. two Nobel Laureates (chemistry and medicine) • 27 academic schools and a graduate college. Cardiff University is renowned as one of Britain’s leading teaching and research universities. life and social sciences.Spotlight on Cardiff University. preparation for a wide range of professions. The University is committed to innovation and strives for excellence in all areas of activity. member of the Russell Group of Britain’s leading research universities • Ranked 26th overall out of 114 universities in The Times Online – Good University Guide 2010 • Over 27. UK Located in the vibrant and culturally rich capital city of Cardiff in Wales. engineering and technology. external accreditation of 84 vocational programmes in these schools • Some 7. 90% of them go on to employment or further study • Recipient of four Queen’s Anniversary Prizes for Higher & Further Education 10 . health. The University has a proud heritage of more than 125 years in higher education. • Established by Royal Charter in 1883.led teaching encompasses: the humanities. physical. Its breadth of expertise in research and research . and a longstanding commitment to life-long learning. international students from 100 countries comprise 17% of the total student population • About 6.800 students graduate each year. the natural.

” The Guardian University Guide Cardiff School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Welsh School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is long-established and has cultivated a strong tradition of innovative pharmaceutical education. pharmacological studies of mechanisms of drug action. as well as a Society for postgraduate students • Equal first (scoring 99%) amongst all UK schools of pharmacy on ‘overall satisfaction’ in the 2010 National Student Survey 11 . formulation of drugs to achieve targeted responses. as judged by nationally recognised standards • The School is strongly research-active with 85% of its research rated of international quality in the 2008 UK Research Assessment Exercise • Research covers aspects of all facets of the study of drugs. using synthetic chemistry. Cardiff continues to go from strength to strength. the Welsh Pharmacy Students’ Association. houses the Welsh Centre for Pharmacy Professional Education • Over 40 full-time academic staff and a further 60 research. technical and support staff • Has an active undergraduate student organisation. who have and continue to be movers and shakers in the pharmaceutical and other closely-related industries. The School has produced generations of pharmacy graduates. • Established in 1919. one of 26 UK schools of pharmacy and the only one in Wales. One of the top UK schools of pharmacy.“ With a strong academic reputation and excellent facilities. including: the discovery of new potential drug entities. scientific research and service to the pharmacy profession – in Wales and around the globe – for close to a century. as well as researching elements of current medical and pharmaceutical practice • Strong clinical reputation and professional engagement • Notable contributions to the development of practitioner workforce.

pharmacoeconomics (the cost and benefit analysis of different drug therapies) and pharmacy informatics (the use of information technology to enhance patient care). there is an unprecedented demand for pharmacists today in Malaysia and worldwide. the pharmaceutical industry. the satisfaction of caring for people every day. properties. academia and government agencies. hospitals and managed care facilities. and most importantly. such as compounding and dispensing medications. Upon graduation and registration with the Pharmacy Board of Malaysia and /or the General Pharmaceutical Council (UK) a majority of pharmacists will go into community pharmacies. pharmacogenomics (the relationship between a person’s genetic makeup and his or her response to drug treatments). their formulation into effective medicines and their use in treating diseases. They know how drugs are created. Due to the rapid growth of the healthcare system. as well as more modern services related to patient care. including providing clinical services. . Pharmacists are experts in the biology and chemistry of medicines. They work closely with doctors to ensure patients receive maximum benefit from their medications. and of course people’s health.Pharmacy at a Glance Pharmacy is the branch of medical science concerned with medicines. their impact on the human body. sophisticated customers seek more information about drugs. This trend is expected to continue as scientific advances create new types of drugs. and pharmacists become more directly involved in patient care. reviewing medications for safety and effectiveness. a pharmacy career promises attractive salaries and benefits. New opportunities also exist in research and disease management. new developments occur in genome research and medication distribution systems. the increasing aging population and the booming pharmaceutical and biotech industries. The scope of pharmacy practice includes traditional roles. giving in-depth drug information and discovering and developing new drugs. Career Prospects in Pharmacy A pharmacy degree prepares graduates for a variety of career opportunities in areas ranging from community practice to hospitals to academia and pharmaceutical manufacturing companies. Besides the abundance of job opportunities. The long-term job outlook for pharmacy graduates is very positive because the number of job openings in the field and the need to replace pharmacists who leave the profession or retire will continue to exceed the number of graduates produced by universities globally. supply. effects and appropriate use. especially their manufacture.

Whether they are working with patients. Here are some areas where pharmacists can apply their skills and knowledge. researching medicines or teaching at a university. interactions and effects of medications • Maintain confidential records of patients' medications to ensure their safety and monitor their progress • Provide specialised disease management services for patients with conditions. evaluate the success of the therapy and ensure patients understand their medications • Dispense drugs prescribed by physicians and other health practitioners • Educate and inform patients about the use and possible effects of medications • Advise physicians and health practitioners on the selection. such as diabetes or asthma • Prepare drug therapies in areas such as oncology and parenteral nutritional support Where can pharmacy take you? Pharmacists can be found working across many different sectors.The Pharmacist’s Role A pharmacist is required to : • Work closely with other health professionals to select appropriate drug therapy for patients. together they play an integral role in the health of a nation. • Community Pharmacist • Academic Pharmacist • Hospital Pharmacist • Regulatory Pharmacist • Primary Care Pharmacist • Veterinary Pharmacist • Industrial Pharmacist • Military Pharmacist . dosages.

UK) Diploma in Higher Education in Pharmaceutical Studies (Cardiff University. UK) Year 1 & 2 Pharmacy Programme @ Taylor’s University A-Levels / SAM / CPU / STPM / IB / UEC / Foundation in Science / Others SPM / O Levels / Equivalent 14 . UK) Year 3 & 4 Year 3 & 4 Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons) (Taylor’s University) Master of Pharmacy (Hons) (Cardiff University.Programme Pathway Students graduate with Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons) (Taylor’s University) & Students graduate with Master of Pharmacy (Hons) (Cardiff University.

• Undertaken only at government health-service institutions. and passing the Pharmacy Jurisprudence Examination. the National Pharmaceutical Control Bureau and teaching hospitals. Registered Pharmacist Compulsory Service (1 year) Pupilage Training (1 year) Postgraduate Degree (MSc / PhD) BPharm / MPharm • Completion of a one-year period of government 15 . which include district and general hospitals. which entitles the graduate to full registration.Professional Registration in Malaysia Graduates are eligible for registration with the Pharmacy Board of the Ministry of Health. The requirements are : • Completion of the Provisionally Registered Pharmacist training year and experience. University Malaya Medical Centre and Hospital Universiti Kebangsaan Current information about registration requirements may be found at the website of the Pharmaceutical Services Division of the Ministry of Health such as Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia. • The Pharmacy Jurisprudence Examination assesses knowledge and application of Malaysian law regulating the sale and supply of poisons.

immunology. creams. evaluation and stability of pharmaceutical products. manufacture. clinical and professional knowledge with communications skills to produce outstanding pharmacists who are able to positively impact the healthcare system. from problem. physiology. eye drops and injectables using appropriate quality standards Pharmacy Practice The development of pharmacists’ professional roles.based learning to workshops and laboratory work. The curriculum provides an in . biochemistry. physiology and pharmacy practice. from interacting with patients and other healthcare professionals to dispensing prescriptions and giving advice on the use of medicines Graduates will be ready to meet healthcare challenges and lead the discovery and delivery of medicines to enhance and extend human life.depth grounding in pharmaceutical sciences.Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons) & Master K PT/ JPS (K A9813) 10/1 5 These degree programmes incorporate scientific. The programmes cover four main themes : Pharmacology Medicinal Chemistry The study of how drugs work in living organisms and how the body works in health and disease (incorporating genetics. as well as be exposed to a variety of clinical experience. such as tablets. Students will enjoy various learning methods. pathology and microbiology) The molecular properties of drugs (the active ingredients within medicines) and how to develop safe and effective drugs Drug Delivery The design. The central focus of both programmes is on the patient in terms of the application of knowledge of the pharmaceutical sciences. 16 .

17 . The first two years of both programmes are common and delivered in accordance with the requirements of Cardiff University. accredited curriculum adapted in the by the General Pharmaceutical final two years to exceed the Council (UK) and taught for the requirements of the first two years at Taylor’s Malaysian Pharmacy Board.of Pharmacy (Hons) KPT/ JPS (K A9814) 10/1 5 The Pharmacy programme takes two forms : Taylor’s University BPharm (Hons) programme 2+2 MPharm (Hons) programme Delivered entirely in Malaysia. University with the final two leads to a Taylor’s University years delivered at Cardiff award and Cardiff University University. leads to a Cardiff Diploma in Higher Education University award. in Pharmaceutical Studies. Derived from the current based on the Cardiff Cardiff University MPharm University programme with a (Hons) programme.

Industrial attachment ensure the students acquire important soft skills such as problem solving and communication as well as technical knowledge and expertise such as dispensing drugs and medicine with diligence and utmost care. dispensing drugs and medicines at major hospitals and health clinics in Malaysia.Programme Structure YEAR 1 YEAR • Introduction to Physical Pharmacy • Chemical and Biological Properties of Drug Molecules • Molecule to Patient • The Role of the Pharmacist in Professional Practice • Structure and Function of Cells and Microbes • Human Body Systems YEAR 2 3 • Optimisation of Drug Design • Endocrine and Autacoid Therapeutics • Central Nervous System Therapeutics • Formulation Science II • Optimisation of Pharmaceutical Care • Quality Assurance YEAR 4 • Problem Solving in Pharmaceutical Sciences • Clinical and Professional Pharmacy • Pharmacy Advanced Research Specialisation • Introduction to Drug Design and Synthesis • Problem Solving in Pharmacy Practice • Formulation Science I • Applied Therapeutics in Pharmacy Practice • Instrumental Analysis • Cardiovascular. stock control and personnel training. Industrial pharmacy attachment – students will understand the manufacturing and quality control processes set up at well-established pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities. Respiratory and Gastrointestinal Therapeutics • Pharmacy Research Project • Drug Disposition • Pharmaceutical Biotechnology and Clinical Immunology Industrial Attachment At Taylor’s School of Pharmacy students undergo a comprehensive industrial training programme throughout their studies. Community pharmacy placement – students will experience the business operations of community pharmacy establishments such as consultation. sales and marketing. 18 . Industrial attachment at hospitals – students will experience the operations of stock control. The compulsory industrial attachment provides a multifaceted view of the various roles a pharmacist plays in the three major healthcare industry areas.

CGPA 3. Biology and Mathematics / Physics with B in Chemistry English Requirements South Australian Matriculation ( SAM) ATAR 75 including B in Chemistry. Interview Sessions All eligible candidates are required to attend an interview. Mathematics / Physics at Higher Level (HL) Taylor’s Foundation in Science Pass with CGPA 3. Grade C * IELTS Band 6. Chemistry.50 with at least B in Chemistry Matriculation in Science CGPA 3. Physics. Biology and Mathematics / Physics * GSCE / IGCSE. 19 . Biology and Mathematics / Physics Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) Min. ABC or AAC in Chemistry.00 and above including B in Chemistry Diploma in Science CGPA 3. Mathematics or Additional Mathematics and another subject. All information is correct of time of printing (February 2013) and is subject to change. The interview panel will include the Dean of Taylor’s School of Pharmacy. Pre-condition: Pass SPM / O Level with 5Bs each in Biology. Biology and Mathematics / Physics Canadian Pre-University (CPU) 6 Grade 12 U/M subjects including Grade 12 U English (if not offering other English Language qualification).5 (Overall & in each component) * TOEFL (Paper base 580 with TWE 4.75 and above including B in Chemistry First Degree in a science subject CGPA 2. of 75% in Chemistry.75 and above HSC-New South Wales UAI average of 80% including Chemistry Other Qualifications An assessment will be made on submission of the qualification certificates and any other relevant supporting information Health Requirements Candidates must be medically certified as physically fit to carry out pharmacy training. 75% in Chemistry. Min. BBB.Entry Requirements Programme Minimum Entry Requirements A Levels Min. Intake August Other equivalent qualifications that are permitted by the accrediting bodies will be considered NOTE: The above minimum entry requirements may be subject to change to meet the requirements of the Malaysian Pharmacy Board and the General Pharmaceutical Council (UK). Malaysian students are required to attain a credit in Bahasa Melayu and English. The application of all successful interviewees will be reviewed and approved by a member of the Faculty and a representative of the Cardiff School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.00 including with at least B in Chemistry International Baccalaureate (IB) Min. 34 points including scores of 6 in Chemistry and Biology. 70% in each and min.0 / Internet Base 90) Monash University Foundation Year (MUFY) Min.

physical testing apparatus. • Quality control apparatus. thermal analysis instrumentation. surface and Friability Tester interfacial tension and thermal effects fitted with HEPA filters and laminar Perkin Elmer Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrophotometer (FTIR) . hardness tester. Biological Science Lab and Chemical Analysis Lab. and dissolution tester • Perkin Elmer Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrophotometer • UV-Visible Spectrophotometers • Karl Fisher apparatus • Other general instrumentation that aid in measuring moisture. medicinal chemistry.School of Pharmacy Facilities The School of Pharmacy’s laboratory facilities include state-of-the-art equipment used in pharmacology. precision blenders and Disintegration Tester coating equipment to manufacture a wide Class A and B requirements as it is Rotary Tablet Machine variety of dosage forms air flow hood. such as disintegration tester. This clean room The lab has much modern machinery and equipment. Pharmaceutics Lab Aseptic Suite This lab is specifically created to teach product and In this sterile preparation suite. process development. FTIR and light scattering instrumentation that is able to perform static and dynamic measurements. Our facilities include: calorimetric equipment. tapped density tester and eight stage dissolution tester. rotary tablet machine. The facility meets the GMP • High-intensity mixers. friability tester. conductivity. industrial pharmacy and drug information. Dispensary Facility. students learn students will learn the theory and procedures and methods for pharmaceutical product skills relating to the specialised development. namely disintegration tester. facility mimics those found in such as: hospitals and in the pharmaceutical • 10 station rotary tablet machines industry. tapped density tester. HPLC. double-beam spectrophotometer. small to medium scale manufacturing dispensing of injectables and other and product quality control and stability testing. inverted fluorescent microscope. GC. sterile medicines. rotap sieve shaker. hardness tester. Here. friability tester. we have a sophisticated Aseptic Suite. In addition.

where students will learn clinical skills biochemistry. facility is also part of a Clinical Skills Suite. with a mock microbiology. training to students and microscope. and equipment for the including counselling patients and health education. Real Time-PCR machine. The lab is equipped Pharmacology Teaching Equipment High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) with GC. postdoctoral associates to run the self-service equipment. and opportunities for collaborative research in chemical analysis. 2-D electrophoresis modern equipment.Biosafety Level 2 Facilities Biological Science Lab Dispensary Facility This lab is equipped with the specification of an active community pharmacy for the modern teaching benches practice of pharmacy. It is also utilised for analysing gases. liquids and solids in pure or complex mixture forms. Chemical Analysis Lab laminar air flow. AAS. relating to hospital and community practice. hospital ward. instrumentation. It is complete patient medication records. This lab is fitted out with top notch shared core biological safety cabinet. This mock dispensary has been built. The facility is used to provide routine chemical motorised inverted and biological sample analysis. . FTIR. designed and fitted to with centrifuges. HPLC. a variety of spectrophotometers and a freeze -drier. It houses a wide range of high-quality. This study of physiology. It comprises pharmacology and over 20 computers for labelling medicines and maintaining genetics. operated and maintained by qualified system and fluorescence personnel. It is used for all aspects of practice.

Areas of focus are: actively in leadership. communication skills. interpersonal and intrapersonal skills. preparing for job searches and interviews and – rounder by creating opportunities for them to participate enhancing their employment opportunities. global exchange. global outlook. creative thinking. Areas of 22 • Career and Employment Fairs • Career Counselling • Career Resource Centre • Community Service Activities • Employability Skills • Student Exchange Programmes • Industry Visits • Student Interest Groups • Internships • Student Leader Groups • Job Placements • Resume Review • Talks and Workshops focus include: . leadership. sportsmanship and many more. character building and community service initiatives. Our programmes emphasise character building. Students are assured that their needs will be met as they strive to complete their higher education. Career Ser vices Student Development Hub Career Services assists students in planning and deciding on Student Development Hub guides and nurtures students to be all career pathways. employability.Student Experience at Taylor’s THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE DEPARTMENT provides students with a wide range of support services focusing on Awesome Customer Experience.

strong drive toward recognition. Areas of focus include: Student Central Student Central is a one-stop centre for students to seek assistance in non-academic and general administrative matters. • Quality On-Campus Facilities Deliverables are gauged by: • Recreational Activities • Sport Clubs • Accessibility • Quality of services • Quantifiable results • Responsibility • Service responses International Office International Office promotes the well-being and social interaction of international students and helps them adapt to a new and diverse learning environment. fitness compassion for others. Areas of focus are: appreciate a healthy. Areas of focus are: • Collection Centre • Information and Documentation • Enquiry • Online Services • E-Service Request • Other Services • Feedback • Registration • Welfare and Social Interaction . a healthy and positive lifestyle through various sporting. This division delivers integrated services in collaboration with relevant departments to give students the support and assistance they need throughout their duration of studies. we aim to develop students with these Sports and Recreation Centre provides students a platform to lead characteristics: positive mind-set. Student Experience assists and supports students’ study life and campus experience through • Coaching and Competitions the delivery of a broad range of non-academic student services. balanced lifestyle.University Student Experience Assistance Sports and Recreation Centre Through our services. and value team spirit in diversity and and recreational activities.


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