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Study Pharmacy at University of Georgia

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Program name: Pharmacy

University name: University of Georgia

Faculty: School of Health Sciences

Program supervisor: Elza Nikoleishvili –Ph.D, Associate Professor


University address: 77a, M. Kostava Str. Tbilisi 0171, Georgia   

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Pharmacy Program Overview

The goal of the program is to train a qualified Bachelor of Pharmacy, who will be able to grow professionally and to have the ability to learn at a later stage, who will have basic knowledge of pharmacology, patient-centered rational pharmacotherapy, pharmaceutical assistance, and care, using the results of clinical trials in the field of pharmacy, pharmaceutical products, and pharmaceutical analysis, as well as an ability to process and issuance of pharmaceutical information based on ethical values, implement the physician-pharmacist-patient model, communication with the public and professional society, management of structural units of pharmaceutical institutions at the appropriate level.

Methods for Attaining Learning Outcomes:

  • Lectures and seminars;
  • Methods of working with books;
  • Discussion;
  • The explanatory method;
  • Demonstration methods;
  • Usage of video and audio learning materials;
  • Interactive lessons;
  • Situational tasks;
  • Role-playing tasks;
  • Practical work;
  • Laboratory work;
  • Teamwork
  • Formulation of problems and their solutions;
  • Critical analysis;
  • Group assignments;
  • Projects;
  • Problem-oriented activities;
  • Case study and analysis
  •  Literature review; 
  • Searching for  materials in the library or in electronic format;
  • Methods of written work
  • Methods of essay writing  ;
  • Presentation;
  • Verbal or oral method;
  • Observation method;
  • Electronic and non-electronic medical records;
  • Clinical, practical lessons

Learning Outcomes:

Knowledge and understanding

  • Know physiological and pathological processes in the human body, methods of examination and treatment of internal diseases;
  • Know the molecular mechanisms of vital processes, the normal processes, and disorders of the patterns of inheritance and variability;
  • Know peculiarities of pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic processes in different categories of patients (children, adults, the elderly, pregnant women);
  • Know methods of production, extraction, standardization of medicinal plant raw materials, separation of medicinal substances, and determination of their chemical structure;
  • Have a basic knowledge of complex issues of pharmaceutical enterprise and pharmacy technologies: classification of drug forms, dosage, pharmacy and factory technology of medicines, normative-technical documentation;
  • Know pharmacological groups, mechanisms of their action and interaction, prescribing medications, indications, contraindications, side effects, and dosage regimens, considering biotransformation and elimination pathways;
  • Understand the importance of rational pharmacotherapy in conducting polypragmasia, ineffective, toxic, and dangerous medical treatment;
  • Know nomenclature of pharmaceutical establishments, pharmacy management as a unit, its structure, functions, tasks, selection, and provision of medicines, preservation, and issuance of medicines and medical supplies.


  • Master the methods of serial production of pharmaceutical products, conduct chemical, biological and toxicological analysis of these products;
  • Provide pharmaceutical care and assistance, as well as provide first aid care to patients on the “Good Pharmaceutical Practice” (GPP) basis in inpatient and outpatient settings;
  • Collect, process, explain and formulate data for the implementation of pharmaceutical activities (production, sale, pharmaceutical care, and maintenance of pharmaceutical products);
  • Assess the need for further training in pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, pharmaceutical technology, pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmaceutical analysis, pharmacognosy, pharmacotherapy, and clinical pharmacy, pharmaceutical care, pharmaceutical skills management, pharmaceutical activity management to obtain continuing professional education and professional growth.

Responsibility and autonomy

  • Prepare reports on pharmaceutical activities in academic and professional circles and submit them orally, in print, or electronically;
  • Promot the formation of pharmaceutical ethics in pharmaceutical practice and research and participating in the establishment process.

Teaching Process Characteristics:

Bachelor Pharmacy program in English” covers 240 ECTS credits and consists of the main subjects of 222 ECTS and 18 ECTS credits in elective subjects (which are selected from 57 ECECTS elective credits). The compulsory modules of the core subjects of English-speaking students of 12 ECTS credits (KART1141 Georgian as a Foreign Language I (6 ECTS) and KART1142 Georgian as a Foreign Language II (6 ECTS)); Georgian students to major 12 ECTS credits (ENGL3218 English Language doctors (C 1/1) (6 ECTS) ENGL3219 English Language and doctors (C 1/2) (6 ECTS) compulsory subject. Students are offered semester courses, intensive cycle system hands-on exercises are carried out in pharmaceutical companies (enterprise practice) and facilities (pharmacy chain, health care clinics), also practical lessons are given in the University-owned simulation pharmacy and in the appropriate laboratories.

PharmacyBachelor of Pharmacy240 ECTS4 years, 8 semestersEnglish$4 500 USD

Register Now!!! and Begin Your Journey Towards Becoming a Certified Bachelor of Pharmacy!

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The documents required to obtain admission:

  • Copy of the passport;
  • School certificate (Equivalent to A level for Undergraduate Applicants / BA degree Diploma (for MA degree applicants) along with transcript;
  • Application fee payment receipt.
  • Video Interview (Ask us for details of this interview)
  • The student’s E-mail address and contact details

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