Facts & figures
Whether you decide to work in a community or hospital pharmacy, enter the pharmaceutical industry, work for a government agency, or contribute to research and academia – as a pharmacist you will play a key role in the healthcare system.
Learn about the diverse career opportunities available for pharmacy graduates
The Sydney Pharmacy School is consistently ranked among the world's best for teaching and education.
With over 100 years of experience in delivering world-class professional education, we enjoy an outstanding global reputation, making our graduates sought after and in demand.
The combined degrees are our new offerings for school leavers who want to study pharmacy.
Postgraduate courses for pharmacists
Postgraduate courses for clinicians with a medical degree
For healthcare professionals and graduates with a science background
Pharmacists do more than fill prescriptions – they are an integral part of the healthcare system and provide services such as education, medication reviews, patient counselling and disease prevention, and can work in a range of settings including community pharmacies, hospitals, government, pharmaceutical companies and as consultants or researchers.
There are a wide variety of career choices open to registered pharmacists, that include:
View the full list of pharmacology study options.
Honours in pharmacology is open to internal and external applicants who meet the entry requirements. For more information about eligibility and taking an honours year, visit our honours page.
You can study pharmacology units as part of the following postgraduate degrees: