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European Pharmaceutical Students Association (EPSA) is inviting pharmacy students to submit their work to the EPSA Students Science Publication

EAFP is supporting the European Pharmaceutical Students Association (EPSA) in motivating pharmacy students to recognise the value of dissemination of scientific findings. Please find published information from EPSA regarding the invitation to pharmacy students to submit their work to the EPSA Students Science Publication.

16. July 2020 | Study, International relations

Urgent notice to University of Ljubljana employees and students

Until and including 23 March 2020 or until this decision is revoked, all forms of direct instruction (classes) are cancelled and personal contact is to be limited in all other activities (where possible). Other forms of communication are to be used instead (email, video conferences, online meetings, telephones, etc.). Contacts between employees and students and external associates are to be limited as much as possible.

11. March 2020 | Faculty, Study

New Notice for the students regarding Coronavirus COVID-19 - 26. 2. 2020

After considering the possible risks of the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus infections the temporary measures were taken at UL FFA, aiming at protecting workers and students and are in accordance with the UL guidelines. The measures are valid until revoked or updated as necessary. Please find the list of preventive measures in the attached file. Any new notices will be posted on the UL FFA website.

26. February 2020 | Faculty, Study

Study at the Faculty of Pharmacy

Since 2008/2009, the Faculty of Pharmacy provides only reformed or new Bologna study programmes at all three cycles.

Bologna study programmes (3+2+3 or 5+0+3, after each completed cycle, it is possible to get employed):
3+ undergraduate studies 3 years - first cycle
5+0 uniform master’s studies 5 years - first and second cycles combined
+2 postgraduate master’s studies 2 years - second cycle 
+3 postgraduate doctoral studies 3 years – third cycle

Specializations

Master’s study programme Laboratory Biomedicine, +2, 120 ECTS credits, 4 semesters (2 years)

Master’s study programme Industrial Pharmacy, +2, 120 ECTS, 4 semesters (2 years)

Within the University of Ljubljana doctoral programme Biomedicine, the Faculty of Pharmacy offers a three-year doctoral study programme with 180 ECTS credits in three fields:
•    Pharmacy
•    Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Biomedicine
•    Toxicology