Faculty of Pharmacy Faculty of Pharmacy

  • Faculty of Pharmacy Launches the Training Program for New Tutors
    on September 25, 2020 at 12:00 am

    Faculty of Pharmacy Launches the Training Program for New Tutors Team, PharmD The training program for new tutors at the Faculty of Pharmacy was launched on Tuesday 1st of September 2020 under the supervision of the Pharmacy Education Office, the Curriculum Development Committee and the Faculty’s Employment and Training Committee. It is worth noting that the Faculty of Pharmacy offers all its educational programs using interactive learning methods that include problem-based learning, team-based learning, and research-based learning methods. The tutors are fundamental in the application of interactive learning methods in the Faculty. Moreover, tutors play an important role in implementing the blended Learning plan which the Faculty succeeded in implementing during the Corona pandemic.

  • Training Program Continues for New Tutors at the Faculty of Pharmacy
    on September 25, 2020 at 12:00 am

    Training Program Continues for New Tutors at the Faculty of Pharmacy Students, PharmD For the second consecutive week, the approved training program continues at the Faculty of Pharmacy in order to train and qualify new Tutors. The Faculty of Pharmacy is keen to implement this annual training program under the supervision of the Pharmacy Education Office, the Curriculum Development Committee and the Faculty’s Employment and Training Committee. It is worth noting that the Faculty of Pharmacy offers all its educational programs using interactive learning methods that include problem-based learning, team-based learning, and research-based learning methods. The tutors are fundamental in the application of interactive learning methods in the Faculty. Moreover, tutors play an important role in implementing the blended Learning plan which the Faculty succeeded in implementing during the Corona pandemic.

  • Faculty of Pharmacy Council Holds its Final Meeting for the academic year 2019/2020 in the Presence of Student Representatives Remotely
    on September 25, 2020 at 12:00 am

    Faculty of Pharmacy Council Holds its Final Meeting for the academic year 2019/2020 in the Presence of Student Representatives Remotely Team, PharmD The closing meeting for the Faculty of Pharmacy Council for the academic year 2019/2020 was held in the presence of student representatives from different batches remotely using the ZOOM platform. During the meeting, preparations for the new academic year were discussed: 1. Review the academic agendas for the Faculty’s five academic years. 2. Approval of the orientation programs for the Faculty’s five academic years. 3. Training program for new faculty Tutors. 4. Discussing the general rules for applying blended learning based on the details received from the Curriculum Development Committee. 5. Discussing the proposed study schedules for the new academic year. 6. Instructions for study and work from the university’s headquarters during the first semester of the academic year 2020/2021 7. Follow-up on the graduation projects for the first batch in the Faculty. 8. Complete the Faculty’s marketing plan for this academic year. 9. Interviews and presentations for new faculty members. 10. Follow up on the work of the scientific committee at the university's research center through the representative of the Faculty in the committee.

  • Faculty of Pharmacy Continues its Preparations for the Academic Year 2020/2021
    on September 25, 2020 at 12:00 am

    Faculty of Pharmacy Continues its Preparations for the Academic Year 2020/2021 Team, PharmD In preparation for the academic year 2020/2021, the Curriculum Development Committee at the Faculty of Pharmacy continues its work as it approves and announces the components of the orientation programs to students in addition to supervising the presentations of new faculty members enrolled at the Faculty this year. It is worth noting that this year, faculty members from the University of London in the United Kingdom and from Western University in Canada will participate in teaching Pharmacy students. Also, the Faculty continues to conduct personal interviews for Libyan students and residents in the country, as well as for interviews held for international students remotely using ZOOM.