Memorial University of Newfoundland Pharmacy

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Contacts

Website: http://www.mun.ca/pharmacy/
Phone: (709) 777-3981
Admissions e-mail: pharmadmissions@mun.ca
Location: St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Program Information

  • Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD
  • 5 years in length


Admission statistics

  • Class size: 40 (and at least 75% of the seats are offered to bona fide residents of Newfoundland & Labrador)

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Admission Requirements

Course and Degree Requirements

  • Degree: No degree required. 30 credit hours must be completed
  • Required courses:
    • Biology (6 credits)
    • Calculus (6 credits)
    • General Chemistry (6 credits)
    • Physics (6 credits)
    • English (6 credits)
  • Check course equivalency with pharm_registrar@mun.ca

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GPA

  • Minimum: Passing grade for all pre-admission courses
  • Academic average is composed of: average of pre-admission courses (50%) and average of all post-secondary courses (50%)

PCAT

  • No PCAT is required

Supporting Documents

  • School of Pharmacy Application for Admission
  • MUN General Application for Admission/Re-admission
    • If you have not ever attended Memorial University, you will have to apply for general admission as well
  • Official Transcript
  • $125 application fee for Canadian applicants, $175 application for international students

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Interview

  • Held in May
    • Oral Interview -three member panel of faculty and pharmacists.
    • Written component - written during scheduled interview time. Multiple choice

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Timeline

  • February 1 (deadline to submit application plus supporting documents
  • February-April (applications are processed)
  • Mid-May: Interview invitations
  • Late May/Early June: Interviews
  • Early /mid-June (Offers of admission emailed)


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Tuition

  • $293.33 per credit hour for international students
  • $85.00 per credit hour for Canadian students

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