How Long Does It Take To Study Pharmacy In South Africa?

What is Pharmacy?

Pharmacy is the clinical health science that links medical science with chemistry and it is charged with the discovery, production, disposal, safe and effective use, and control of medications and drugs.


How Long Does It Take To Study Pharmacy In South Africa?

It is essential that the South African Pharmacy Council accredits the course.

Typically you will complete a 4-year qualification as well as 1 year of practical training and a community service component.

Schools That Offer Pharmacy Courses In South Africa

Below are the list of Pharmacy Schools In South Africa.

University of Pretoria Department of Pharmacology
University of the North School of Pharmacy

University of Witwatersrand School of Pharmacy

Medical University of South Africa

University of the Western Cape School of Pharmacy

Rhodes University Faculty of Pharmacy

How much does it cost to study for a pharmacist in South Africa?

Nelson Mandela UniversityPort ElizabethR38 310 (First Year)
University of LimpopoPolokwaneR49250 (For the first year)
northwest UniversityPotchefstroomR7870 (First Payment)

Which universities offer pharmacy in South Africa?

List of Universities that offer Pharmacy Degrees in South Africa

University of West Cape School of Pharmacy.

The University of Witwatersrand Johannesburg.

Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education.

Rhodes University School of Pharmaceuticals.

The University of Durban-Westville.

How much does it cost to study pharmacy in South Africa?

The average Bachelor of Pharmacy course cost in South Africa is R52184 for the first year.