“Core activities include teaching, research and clinical services. For us to be recognised internationally for medical education and health care as well as for excellence and innovation in research, the Faculty and staffs are bounded by the Vision, Mission and the Quality Policy of the Faculty

University of MalayaUniversity in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Study programme: Bachelor of Pharmacy

Pharmacists are the researchers, developers, producers, people who are trusted to give advice on drugs to all health professionals and persons who market drugs. The pharmaceutical industry is the most heavily regulated of all industries. This profession and this industry is the most heavily reliant on a code of ethics in its everyday practice. Pharmacists dispense prescription drug products and provide patient information services to consumers in hospitals, nursing homes, retail pharmacy departments and home care settings. Pharmacists consult directly with patients, or with their caregivers, explaining the proper use and storage of drug products and providing information on contraindications of drugs.

Career Opportunity:

Graduates of this programme may choose to be one (but not limited to) of the following:

  • Hospital Pharmacist
  • Industrial Pharmacist
  • Community Pharmacist
  • Lecturer
  • Research Officer
  • Postgraduate studies (Masters; PhD)


  • Vision

    To be a Pioneer Frontrunners in Medical Sciences.

  • Mission

    To become a Premier Medical Centre that is world renown and to provide excellent Health Care, Education and Research Programmes delivered with efficiency, sensitivity and enthusiasm

  • Quality Policy

    We the staff of Faculty of Medicine, through Continuous improvement are committed to provide the highest quality in education, health care, research and administration. We shall adopt a Quality Management System (QMS) to ensure all activities are carried out efficiently and effectively.

  • Educational Goal

    Graduates of Osmanli University will be able to:

    1. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in their field of study, appropriate research and professional practices, and the processes of critical thinking, creative thinking, and problem solving.
    2. Use effective methods including contemporary technology to manage information, to achieve diverse professional goals aligned with professional standards and make decisions based on appropriate data and information.
    3. Engage in continuous self-improvement and professional growth, support the professional development of others, and display positive leadership and professional behaviours and disposition for effective practice.
    4. Communicate effectively with other professionals, and the community, and project a coherent vision of social responsibilities.

    Appreciate and continue to be guided by the University’s core values of integrity, respect, academic freedom, open-mindedness, accountability, professionalism, meritocracy, teamwork, creativity and social responsibility.