Graduate entry pharmacy

One of the most popular pathway programs we offer to help students into Pharmacy is our Graduate Entry Program.

The program gives students who have completed a science-based degree with exceptional marks to enter the Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) in the third year.


You are eligible for the Graduate Entry Program if you have a minimum average of 70% and have graduated from one of the below degrees in the last ten years:

  • Bachelor of Biomedical Science/Bachelor of Biomedicine
  • Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science

Because you’ll enter the degree in the third year, you'll only need to complete two years of study to qualify for the Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours). You then complete a paid internship and sit a Pharmacy Board examination to become a practicing Pharmacist.

Frequently asked questions

For common questions about this pathway, please refer to our FAQ section.

What are my chances of getting in?

If you’ve met the minimum average of 70% in one of the above degrees, we encourage you to apply.

Keep in mind, however, that entry into pharmacy is competitive and the higher your undergraduate marks are, the better chance you have of getting in.

If you’ve graduated with a Bachelor of Science, we’ll take into account the number of relevant subjects you’ve completed. They include:

  • chemistry
  • physiology
  • biochemistry
  • pharmacology
  • mathematics


Applications for 2018 entry open on our website from 8 August, 2017 and close on 9 December, 2017. We encourage you to apply as early as you can.

You must supply all supporting documentation by 9 December, 2017.

Begin the application