#530328, School of Pharmacy Building
2066, SeoBu-Ro, JangAn-Gu, Suwon, GyeongGi-DO, Korea
The Pharmaceutical Industry targets researchers at pharmaceutical companies participating in the consortium. It aims to foster a talented workforce who can demonstrate their professional abilities in business practices, and emphasize interdisciplinary studies by education with high-level professional knowledge that pharmaceutical companies demand.
The school covers the pharmaceutical industry through multiple perspectives based on four types of direction. The program direction consists of interdisciplinary convergence, practice-intern, demand-customized, and aiming for the global standard.
Also, the program operates classes on weekends, so it prevents interruption to the schedules of part-time students. Ultimately, through this programme the department aims to support students who want to be apart of pharmaceutical industry fields.
Department in Detail
1. Courses and Curriculums
The school provides three major programs consisting of regulatory affairs (RA), Pharmaco-Economics (PE), and Strategies of Pharmaceutical Techniques (MORT).
Areas covered by each major are:
Regulatory Affairs Program - drugs and bio-pharmaceutical
Pharmaco-economics - pharmaco-economics and drugs pricing policy
Strategies of Pharmaceutical Technique- management of technology or general management
The school is fund-raised by Ministry of Health and Welfare to promote growth of the pharmaceutical industry. For full-time students, the school offers full scholarships, where-as part-time students should be supported by their company, totalling 50% of the tuition fee.
Students are provided with optimal environments for studying, including; 4 lecture rooms, 7 seminar rooms and 1 computer lounge.
3. Exchanges and Partnerships
There is an internship program only for full-time students as one of the requirements of graduation. The internship program offers opportunities to put what the students have learned through our program in an actual pharmaceutical industry field.
4. Special Entry Requirements
Applicants as full-time students must have graduated from colleges or universities (4-years). Students who have graduated in science and engineering are preferred.
Applicants as part-time students must meet the conditions as full-time students. At the same time, they should be working in a company or have past experience working in related pharmaceutical companies.
Why choose us?
Our curriculum is the first developed program that balances the theoretical and realistic education of regulatory science, which through this program, trains students to be able to work in pharmaceutical fields.
2. Student Exchange Program
The department operates exchange programs for international students and allows them to communicate their knowledge of pharmaceuticals and the industry through international and domestic student discourse. Further information for international applicants is provided in the admission guide.