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An outline of Overseas Pre-registration Exams


AMERICAN PHARMACIST

What MIPT can do for you?

MIPT provides complete licensing exam training for the languages, pharmacy and medical sciences in addition to assisting in the assessment, employement and immigration in order to get the license and work as pharmacist in the United States of America.
All the model tests and study materials are being given to the trainee pharmacists those who are eligible and once they enrolled for this training program with full of dreams and confident to serve as pharmacist to the needy people.

What should you do next?

To enrol this program please download MIPT Application Form and send it after you printed your details in it via email.

Qualification Eligibility

D.Pharm and B.Pharm / B.Pharm / M.Pharm. / Pharm.D. Minimum three years of pharmacy experience in any healthcare institution.

Language Requirement

To be eligible for FPGEC Certification, you must pass the TOEFL iBT or both the TOEFL and TSE. The minimal acceptable score for the TOEFL iBT is:

Module

Maximum

Minimum

Reading

  30

21

Listening

  30

18

Speaking

  30

26

Writing

  30

24

 Total

120

89







Professional Evaluation

Please Use the FPGEC identification number 9103, and provide the TOEFL iBT registration numbers and full name as they appear on the score reports. Official score reports must be submitted directly to the FPGEC by TOEFL / TSE Services.

  • There is a five –step application process that you can do in online Evaluation Application from the ECE web site.
  • As a candidate, you must submit the ECE application to ECE with the appropriate fees.
  • One of the two copies general evaluation report will be provided for the applicant and another copy is for the FPGEC.
  • General Evaluation Report – $85

FPGEE / NABPLEX

The examination is a comprehensive measure of knowledge in four major pharmacy content areas:

1.Basic Biomedical Sciences 21%
2.Pharmaceutical Sciences 29%
3.  Social/Behavioral And Administrative Pharmacy Sciences 15%
4.  Clinical Sciences 35%







The FPGEE is a 250-question multiple choice examination using a computerized format administered over a five-and-one-half hour testing period. The examination is administered twice a year at more than 200 Pearson VUE testing centers in the United States of America.

North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination

The NAPLEX is a 185-item computer-based examination that uses adaptive test technology to deliver a mixture of selected-response and constructed-response test questions. Of the 185 delivered questions, 150 are operational and will be used to calculate your test score. The remaining 35 questions are pretest items and will not count towards your NAPLEX score.
Pretest questions are included on all NAPLEX examinations and are administered to evaluate their appropriateness for possible inclusion in future examinations. The pretest questions are dispersed throughout the examination and cannot be identified by the candidate.
The minimum acceptable passing score on the NAPLEX scale is 75.

MPJE

Area 1: Assess Pharmacotherapy to Assure Safe and Effective Therapeutic Outcomes (Approximately 56% of Test)

Area 2: Assess Safe and Accurate Preparation and Dispensing of Medications (Approximately 33% of Test)

Area 3:Assess, Recommend, and Provide Health Care Information that Promotes Public Health (Approximately 11% of Test)

Additional information

Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Examination

The MPJE is a two-hour, computer-adaptive examination that consists of 90 multiple-choice test questions. The examination is administered at Pearson VUE testing centers. Its blue print is written below.

  • Area 1 : Pharmacy Practice (Approximately 78% of Test)
  • Area 2 :Licensure, Registration, Certification, and Operational Requirements (Approximately 17% of Test)
  • Area 3: Regulatory Structure and Terms (Approximately 5% of Test)
  • The minimum acceptable passing score on the MPJE scale is 75.
  • TheFPGEC requires that if you graduated before 1st of January, 2003, you must have completed at least a four-year pharmacy curriculum at the time of graduation to be considered for FPGEC Certification. However, if you graduated on or after January 1, 2003, you must have minimum a five-year pharmacy degree.

FPGEC Alternate Procedures

If you have graduated from a pharmacy program prior to January 1, 2003, with at least a four-year curriculum, or on or after January 1, 2003, with at least a five-year pharmacy curriculum, but cannot provide documentation of your educational credentials (transcript and degree) as required, you may be eligible for an alternate procedure.
The alternate procedure is considered only after the application form and supporting documentation have been evaluated by the FPGEC. A request for alternate procedures must be submitted with the application. The FPGEC will consider each request individually.
Only candidates authorized by the FPGEC to utilize the alternate procedures will be permitted to do so. Appropriate forms will be provided to candidates by the FPGEC.

  • TOEFL/TSE Services reports TOEFL iBT,TOEFL, or TSE, scores for two years after the test. Contact TOEFL/TSE Services for further information.
  • NAPLEX: Candidates who have taken the NAPLEX and did not pass, and/or candidates who are seeking primary licensure in more than one state, must wait a minimum of 91 days between administrations.
  • NABP will forward your NAPLEX score to the board of pharmacy from which you are seeking licensure.NABP does NOT provide scores to candidates, and score results are NOT released at the test center.
  • MPJE: Candidates who have taken the MPJE and did not pass must wait a minimum of 30 days to retake the examination for the same jurisdiction.

USA Official Websites

National Association of Boards of Pharmacy
National Community Pharmacists Association
International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists
American Pharmacists Association
National Center for Biotechnology Information
U.S National Library of Medicine
Test of English as a Foreign Language
Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc
U.S Citizenship and Immigration services
Federal Government job bank
United States Department of Labor
United States Bureau of Labor Statistics

AUSTRALIAN/NZ PHARMACIST

What MIPT can do for you?

MIPT equips you by providing a complete language and pharmacist licensing exams training in addition to assisting in assessment, employment and immigration in order to get the license and work as pharmacist in Australia.
In the beginning, all the model exams and required study materials will be provided.Finally, MIPT training certificate will also be given to a successful candidate and above all, you can become a lifetime member in our training committee so that you can access our e-library resource later and no sooner than, enjoy all the professional and employment benefits throughout your pharmacy career.
To enrol this program please download MIPT Application Form and send it after completing it by email or mail to us.

Qualification Eligibility

D.Pharm with B.Pharm / B.Pharm / M.Pharm / B.Pharm with Pharm.D / Pharm D.

Language Requirement

Option –A:IELTS (Academic Version Only)

Sub-Tests

Maximum Band

Required Band

Listening

      9.0

     7.0

Reading

      9.0

     7.0

Writing

      9.0

     7.0

Speaking

      9.0

     7.0

Overall

      9.0

     7.5









Professional Assessment

Option - B:Occupational English Test
OET for Pharmacist (either Score of A or B is eligible )
All Educational credentials with fee to be sent to the Australian Pharmacy Council (APC), Australia.
APEC Examinations For Stream- A for second language speakers

KAPS (formerly known as APEC Stage-1 Exam)

 

  • KAPS means  knowledge Assessment of Pharmaceutical Sciences (100 MCQs in the Morning and 100 MCQs in the Evening of the same day)
  • Written Examination (formerly known as Australian Pharmacy Competency Assessment Tool (APCAT)

APEC Examination For Stream- B (English speaking country)

     

CAOP means Competency Assessment for Overseas Pharmacists

 

The CAOP Examination consists of

  • 105 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)
  • 5 calculation questions
  • 100 practice-based questions
  • 1 short answer question
  • Pharmacy Board of Australia’s Oral exam















Additional Information

  • Since pharmacist occupation has been removed from the National Shortage List, All overseas pharmacists are unable to migrate with help of APC’s assessment letter as before. However, it would not affect those who find an employment in Australia
  • At the same time, all foreign pharmacists are still eligible to assess their academic assessment with New Zealand Pharmacy Council, even without a language requirement for those can produce an IELTS Exemption Form with a fee NZ$125.
  • From 1 July 2010 English language results must be obtained at the one sitting.
  • From 1 July 2010 candidates who provide evidence of having completed secondary schooling and pharmacy tertiary education in English in South Africa as well as stream B candidates may be exempted from undertaking the English language requirement.

Useful Official Websites

Australian Pharmacy Council
Pharmaceutical Society of Australia
International English Language Testing System
IELTS-British Council India
IELTS-IDP Australia: Planet EDU,India
Online IELTS tests
Calculate you IELTS score
IELTS information for you
Notice to IELTS candidates
Frequently Asked IELTS questions
Occupational English Test
Australian Skilled immigration
Financial Assistance for eligible Overseas Pharmacists
Australian Employment database
New Zealand Immigration
Pharmacy Council of New Zealand

CANADIAN PHARMACIST

What MIPT does for you?

MIPT equips you by giving a complete language and licensing exams training and it also assists in the professional assessment followed by job arrangement so that you can be able to work as pharmacist after clearing the PEBC certification and provincial pharmacy law exams in Canada.
All the testing and study materials will be provided to you if you are eligible and enrolled for this program.
To enrol this program please download MIPT Application Form and send it after entered your details by email or mail to us for initial screening.

Qualification Eligibility

Overview of MIPT training and applying procedure

D.Pharm with three years experience
B.Pharm with minimum one year experience
M.Pharm with one year experience in pharmacy
Pharm D with minimum 1year experience in a hospital or a pharmacy.

Language Requirement

  • IELTS (General Training for Immigration) for 16 points.

Level

Points
(per ability)

Test results for each ability

Speaking

Listening

Reading
(General
Training)

Writing
(General
Training)

 

High

 1st official language: 4

6.5 - 9.0

7.5 - 9.0

6.5 - 9.0

6.5 - 9.0

2nd Official Language: 2

 

Moderate

Either official language: 2

5.5 - 6.0

5.5 - 7.0

5.0 - 6.0

5.5 - 6.0

 

Basic

Either official language: 1
(maximum of 2)

4.0 - 5.0

4.5 - 5.0

3.5 - 4.5

4.0 - 5.0

 

No

0

Less than 4.0

Less than 4.5

Less than 3.5

Less than 4.0



















  • IELTS (Academic Version for PEBC certification) (Listening-6.0;Reading-6.0;Writing-6.0,Speaking-6,Overall - 7.0)

Professional Assessment

Step-1: Document Evaluation
All educational and experience credentials with assessment fee should be submitted to PEBC, Canada through MIPT or by own.
PEBC Evaluating And Qualifying Examinations
Step-2: The Pharmacist Evaluating Examination

  • PEBC Evaluation Exam consists of two parts
  • Each part is conducted in a day
  • Each of which consists of 150 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
  • This exam lasts for 3.5 hours
  • Exam Report will be announced within 3 weeks
  • Passing score is 60% of 300 MCQs.

Exam Deadlines for the year 2011
October 8 in order to apply for Pharmacist Evaluating Examination will be held on 12.01.2011 and 13.01.2011.
Step 3: The Pharmacist Qualifying Examination, Part I (MCQ) and Part II (OSCE).

  • The Qualifying Examination - Part I is a written examination in a multiple choice question (MCQ) format. It is divided into two sittings, taken on two consecutive half-days.150 MCQs in each sitting.
  • Part II of the Qualifying Examination is a practice-based examination designed in the format known as an “objective structured clinical examination” (OSCE), and is taken on a different day. The examination consists of 16 “stations” or tasks to be completed. Each station takes just about 7 minutes to complete.
  • The examination consists of 16 “stations” or tasks to be completed. Each station takes just about 7 minutes to complete.
  • The Time schedule follows the same pattern for all possible sittings (Morning and Evening), for a total of 5 to 6 hours).

S.No

OSCE  Descriptors

Time Schedule 

 

1.

2.

 

3.

-

4.

5.

 

Admission, Registration and a waiting time

Candidate Orientation-Schedule,Procedure, Escorting

First 8- Stations and 2- Rest Stations

BREAK

Last 8- Stations and 2- Rest Stations

Feedback questionaaire,sign-out,collection of your belongings.

 

30 to 60 minutes

 

30 minutes

90 minutes

20 minutes

90 minutes

30 to 90 minutes



Immigration Process

All the points are being calculated based upon these six factors written below in the Table.

Factor 1

Education

Maximum 25 points

Factor 2

Ability in English and or French

Maximum 24 points

Factor 3

Experience

Maximum 21 points

Factor 4

Age

Maximum 10 points

Factor 5

Arranged employment in Canada

Maximum 10 points

Factor 6

Adaptability

Maximum 10 points

Total

 Maximum

100 points

Pass Mark

 Minimum

67 points









Additional information

Overseas pharmacists are eligible to apply even if they do not have a job offer since the pharmacist occupation is in the eligible list of Canadian Occupational Shortage that is found in the official web site.

  • Official language result must be obtained at one sitting.
  • Once your documents have been favorably evaluated, you have up to five years to pass the Evaluating Examination.
  • Language Proficiency Tests are not required by the PEBC. However, Provincial Regulatory Authorities do require Academic IELTS or TOEFL iBT tests.
  • Pharmacist is in the Occupational Shortage List in Canada.
  • The minimum immigration point is 67 out of 100.
  • Note that you do not have to prove you have six month settlement funds if you have pre-arranged employment in Canada.

Canadian Official Websites

Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada
National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities
International English Language Testing System
Test of English as a Foreign Language
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
Canadian Job Bank Database
Canadian Immigration Institute
Pharmacist Opportunity at Shoppers Drug Mart, Canada
Medicines and Health in Canada

DANISH PHARMACIST

What MIPT can do for you?

MIPT equips you by giving a complete and Danish and English language and pharmacist licensing exams training and We at MIPT also assist YOU in the assessment, employement and settlement in the European countries like Denmark in order to get the license and work as pharmacist. All the model exams and study materials will be provided at the time of joining in the program.
To enrol this program please download MIPT Application Form and send it after you printed your details in it via email.

Qualification Eligibility

  • D.Pharm or B.Pharm or M.Pharm or Pharm.D.
  • More than three years experience in a pharmacy

Language Requirement

IELTS (General Training or Academic for the Immigration purpose only but not for the assessment)

Professional Evaluation

All your educational and experience credentials should be submitted to the Denmark Medicines Agency for the professional Assessment at the time of your license request when you in Denmark after you got a valid work Visa(For example, Green Card).

Green Card Scheme

Under this scheme, non-European Union skilled migrants are allowed to come to Denmark under a renewable 3 years permit for the purpose of finding Job and stay.

Danish Health Sector

  • Population:5.5 Million
  • Internet access :95%
  • Mobile phones : 5.8Million
  • 60 Public hospitals with 21000 beds
  • >10 Small private hospitals
  • 3500 GPs in 2100 clinics
  • 811 Private Specialists + 205 part time
  • 250 Pharmacies
  • 2700 Dentists in 1650 clinics
  • 1829 Psychotherapists in 580 clinics
  • 224 Chiropractors
  • 726 Psychologists
  • 5 Regions
  • 98 Municipalities
  • 1 Private Health Insurance

Denmark Official Websites

Denmark Official Portal for Foreigners and Integration
International English Language Testing System
Guide to Application Form
Online Danish e-learning
The National Board of Health
International Staff Mobility
Pharmacy and Primary Healthcare
European Association of Hospital Pharmacists
European Society of Clinical Pharmacy
Work in Denmark

Additional and useful message from Denmark Medicines Agency

Danish Medicines Agency gives permission to practice pharmacy in Denmark at a community pharmacy or a hospital pharmacy.
If you want to practice pharmacy in Denmark at a community pharmacy or a hospital pharmacy, the following documents are required.
1. Documentation for name, birthday and nationality.
2. Resume or CV.
3. Diploma or Degree Certificate.
4. The diploma should be translated into Danish or English, made by the university or authority, who issued the diploma, or by an authorized interpreter.
5. Documentation from the qualified authority in the native country which confirms that the applicant has the right to practice pharmacy.
6. Material from the university which shows which subjects and number of lessons the applicant has attended during the education.
You may send the above-mentioned documents to the Danish Medicines Agency through MIPT as it becomes your reliable representative.
When The Danish Medicines Agency has received these documents they will be forwarded to The Danish Agency for International Education for an evaluation. You will be contacted as soon as The Agency has finished the evaluation.
If you would like to work in the pharmaceutical industry, you do not need permission from the Danish Medicines Agency.
If your education is equal to the Danish education, you have to supplement your education with an in-service training for 6 month at a Danish pharmacy. To obtain the right to practice your profession in Denmark you have to pass an examination after the in-service training. To graduate you have to be able to speak and write the Danish language.

Important information:

Please note that the permission to practice pharmacy in Denmark at a community pharmacy or a hospital pharmacy is not the same as a residence and work permit. You are kindly requested to submit an application for a residence and work permit. Applications for a residence and work permit must be submitted at a Danish diplomatic mission (embassy or consulate general).
For further information on residence and work permits requirements please contact the proper administrative authority concerning residence and work permits:

INDIAN PHARMACIST

What MIPT can do for you?

MIPT provides an intensive pharmacist training in order to serve better for the Indian community using both native and an International languages so that you may work as community or retail or hospital pharmacist in India for good pay scale. In the beginning of your career, the minimum salary has been fixed for pharmacists those who finished their training should be Rs.25000/-.
If you are interested to work in any rural area of your choice under the IRPT program please leave your details HERE.
All the testing and study materials will be given to all eligible and qualified pharmacists.

What should you do next?

To enrol this program please download MIPT Application Form and send it after you printed your details in it via email.

Qualification Eligibility

D.Pharm / B.Pharm / M.Pharm / Pharm D.
You must be a registered pharmacist with the state pharmacy council.

Language Requirement

Any Indian Language, for example, Tamil, including Hindi and English.

Indian Official Websites

Pharmacy Council of India
Tamilnadu Pharmacy Council
All  India Council for Technical Education
Indian Pharmaceutical Association
The Tamilnadu Dr.M.G.R.Medical University
Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India
Ministry of External Affairs
Ministry of  Health and Family welfare
Directorate of Employment and Training
Ministry of Rural Development
Health network of MedIndia
Association of Community Pharmacists of India

OMANI PHARMACIST

What MIPT can do for you?

MIPT trains you to become familiar with Arabic and English communication professionally and it prepares you well enough to clear your licensing examinations. In meantime, it also assists you in getting a job upon your request.It may take a few months sometimes after the training due to lack of minimum numbers of years of relevant expereience.But, mostly, you will get a job opportunity within end of your training period about 2 months.
All the testing and study materials will be given to all eligible and qualified pharmacists.

What should you do next?

To enrol this program please download MIPT Application Form and send it after you printed your details in it via email.

Qualification Eligibility

D.Pharm / B.Pharm / M.Pharm / Pharm D.

Language Requirement

  • Arabic for MOH exam(UAE) and patient counseling (Oman)
  • English for professional communication everywhere
  • Pharmaceutical Sciences for written and oral exams (Oman)
  • Hindi is an added advantage but important for all.

Professional Assessment

Both attestation and legalization of the following credentials are required for getting a Visa (Photocopies Only) from Oman, for example. Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) Sometimes may ask the originals for the attestation and verification.
According to the university policy, photocopy only should use for doing any attestation and legalization for a work Visa and moreover Oman accepts the copies rather than that of originals and it may charge up to Rs.1000/- for doing a verification of your diploma or degree.
1.Diploma or Degree Certificate
2.Pharmacist Registration Certificate
3.Experience Certificate(s) for minimum 3 years in a pharmacy
4.Police Clearance Certificate
5.Passport
6.Recent Passport size Photographs-8
7.Curriculam Vitae
8.Offer letter

Ministries of The Sultanate of Oman

Useful Omani Official Links

Ministry of Health
Ministry of National Economy
Ministry of Social Development
Ministry of Higher Education
Ministry of Education
Embassy of the Sultanate of Oman in India

Ministry of Health Other GCC

Ministry of Health --State of Kuwait
Ministry of Health--Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Ministry of Health-- United Arab Emirates<
Ministry of Health-- State of Qatar
Ministry of health-- Kingdom of Bahrain

SOUTH AFRICAN PHARMACIST

What MIPT can do for you?

MIPT equips you by giving a complete and appropriate language and pharmacist licensing exams training and it also assists in the assessment, employement in the African continent like South Africa in order to get the license and work as pharmacist.
All the model exams and licensing study materials and relevant medical multimedia will be provided to all qualified and eligible pharmacists.

What should you do next?

To enrol this program please download MIPT Application Form and send it after you printed your details in it via email.

Qualification Eligibility

  • B.Pharm
  • M.Pharm
  • Pharm.D.
  • More than three years experience in a pharmacy

Professional Registration

Steps involved in Pharmacist Registration

A. Obtain a letter of job offer to perform as intern pharmacist in a rural community from the The Department of Health.
B. Submit all documentation required for by the Examination and Adjudication Committee of the South African Pharmacy Council.
C. Wait for approval from the Adjudicating Committee.
D. Once approval letter has been obtained, pass the professional examination and pre-registration evaluation.
E. Submit your completed contract of employment from the Department of Health and application fees to Council for getting the status of a registered pharmacist.
F. Assume duty as a community service pharmacist.

SA Official websites

The South African Pharmacy Council
Pharmaceutical Industrial Association of South Africa (PIASA)
National Association of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers
Innovative Medicines South Africa (IMSA)
Department of Health
Parliament of South Africa
South African Government
Medicines Control Councill
Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA)
Council for Medical Schemes
Competition Commission
SA Association of  Hospital and Institutional Pharmacists

U.K PHARMACIST

What MIPT can do for you?

MIPT provides you a complete training for both English language test and pharmacist licensing exams and it also assists you in the professional assessment with appropriate regulatory authority, followed by guiding in immigration and employment in order to obtain a license and work as pharmacist in the United Kingdom. All the model tests and study materials will be given to the trainee pharmacists those who are eligible and once they have enrolled for the training program successfully.

What should you do next?

The enrolment is a first-come first basis as the seats are very limited in order to achieve 100% success rate in this program. To enroll this please download an MIPT Application Form and send it after entered your details without leaving any blanks otherwise put N/A by email or mail to us for the initial screening. You may either print or type the form but hand-written or digital signature is must.However, If you type in a computer then just type your name either below or above the form.

Qualification Eligibility

  • D.Pharm and B.Pharm / B.Pharm / M.Pharm. / Pharm.D.

Language Requirement

1.Academic Version of IELTS in one sitting (IELTS Score Validity is just 2 years ONLY)

SUB-TESTS

MAXIMUM BAND

REQUIRED BAND

LISTENING

      9.0

     7.0

READING

      9.0

     7.0

WRITING

      9.0

     7.0

SPEAKING

      9.0

     7.0

OVERALL

      9.0

     7.0







Professional Assessment

3.Overseas Pharmacists Assessment Programme (OSPAP)

  • The OSPAP starts in September / October each year
  • If you are eligible to attend the OSPAP, the Committee will usually allow you two academic years from the date of their decision to start the course. The further steps to registration after successfully completing all the assessments in the OSPAP are as follows:
  • Complete 12 months Pre-Registration Training after you have passed the OSP Assessments. This pre-registration training period is to be completed under the same terms and conditions as required of UK MPharm graduates.
  • write and pass the Society’s registration examination
  • If your degree is not comparable to a UK Bachelor degree or if you have provided your own transcript and / or letter confirming your registration and good standing you may be required to attend for a formal interview with the Committee
  • You will be required to attend for interview within 18 months of the date of the notification letter.
  • All interviews will be held at the Society’s Head Office at Lambeth High Street, London.

The interview will encompass the following:

1. Your General Pharmaceutical Knowledge as it relates to the course and examinations you have taken.
2. Your knowledge of the practice and law and ethics of pharmacy in Britain
3. Verification of your competence and command of the English language.

Persons who have successfully completed the OSPAP must then complete pre-registration training approved by the Society, and then,pass the Society's registration examination, before they can apply to join the Register.

Additional Information

  • Please note that holders of pharmacy qualifications can only apply to join the OSPAP if they are registered or eligible to register as pharmacists in their country of qualification.
  • The UK Borders Agency (UKBA) have now confirmed that the occupation of community pharmacist will not be on the Shortage Occupation List that UKBA uses in determining whether or not to grant work permits to non-EU overseas pharmacists. There will not be another review of this decision until Autumn 2010. Please note that this decision may affect your eligibility to work as a community pharmacist in Great Britain.
  • Therefore, before you make an application to start the qualifying process i.e. the one-year OSPAP and the one-year pre-registration training (and the Society's registration examination) you are advised to carefully consider the current information provided by the UKBA to clarify whether or not you will be able to obtain the necessary visas and work permits. Information is provided by the UKBA.
  • If you have any questions relating to the Shortage Occupation List please contact UKBA directly. The Society is unable to deal with questions about visa and work permit issues.
  • In accepting any application to start the qualifying process the Society does not provide any assurances or guarantees that you will be able to begin pre-registration training or work as a community pharmacist following registration with the Society.
  • For information about how to apply to join an Overseas Pharmacists Assessment Programme, click here
  • For information about preregistration training, click here
  • For information about the Society's registration examination, click here
  • Applications will usually be considered in the last week of every month and applications to be considered would need to be complete in the second week of that month to allow for the final check and preparation
  • Your application will not be presented to the Committee until ALL of the documents are in our hands and in order as required by the Society.
  • Please complete the documents using black ballpoint pen and in BLOCK CAPITALS (unless lower case is essential such as in an email address)
  • You must supply your original degree certificate. The society will return this to you by recorded delivery at a UK address 1 or by courier if overseas, after verification.

The UK Official Websites

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain
International English Language Testing System
OSPAP Pre-registration Training in the UK
International Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation
UK Border Agency for Visas
Job Opportunity at the National Health Services, UK.
UK Government Jobseekers web site

Community Pharmacist,Retail Pharmacist,Academic Pharmacist,Ambulatory Pharmacist,Clinical Pharmacist,Government Pharmacist,Home Care Pharmacist,Hospital Pharmacist,Independent Pharmacist,Industrial Pharmacist,Managed Care Pharmacist,Nuclear Pharmacist,Pharmaceutical Industry Pharmacist,Radiopharmacist,Research Pharmacist,Drug Information Pharmacist,Regulatory Pharmacist,IV Therapy Pharmacist,Ambulatory care Pharmacist,Geriatric Care Pharmacist,Pharmacokineticist,Consultant Pharmacist,Home healthcare Pharmacist