How do I train to be a Pharmacist?
One year’s practical training in a pharmacy after completing the degree (“preregistration training”) To pass an examination at the end of your year of preregistration training in order to register with the Royal Pharmaceutical Society Further information on courses and training recognised by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain can be found on the Society’s website. Additional information is also available on careers in the pharmaceutical industry.Ans: All current openings are listed here on website. Please keep checking.
Can I email you my resume?
Ans: No, you need to be a member to build your resume or upload your resume in thereafter, when employers post a job in your sector you will receive an email to apply for this job.
How may I obtain more information about the QA/RA program?
We strongly encourage new students to attend our Open Houses held throughout the year. During these events we hold short information sessions and have faculty give sample lectures and answer questions about careers in the pharmaceutical industry. Advisers are present to review your record, help you select courses, and answer other concerns you may have. Members of the Temple administration also make periodic site visits to area pharmaceutical companies to give presentations about the program.YES! Currently there is a strong demand for graduates from veterinary technology programs. In a 1999 survey done by the AVMA there were approximately 8 job openings for every one graduate. This trend is expected to continue for a long time! Veterinary technicians can find employment in veterinary practices, biomedical research, zoo/wildlife medicine, industry, military, livestock health management, pharmaceutical sales, etc.
What is this course about?
The course instills in students a desire to explore opportunities and carve out niche careers in academia, research, or in industries in the biomedical and healthcare sectors. It offers two specialisation options – the Biomedical Technology option, and the Pharmaceutical Science and Technology option.YES! Currently there is a strong demand for graduates from veterinary technology programs. In a 1999 survey done by the AVMA there were approximately 8 job openings for every one graduate.
What can I do with a major in Physiology and a BS in Health Sciences degree?
The majority of graduates from the Physiology major plan to continue their studies, following completion of the BS in Health Sciences degree, in graduate school or in a professional school preparing for a career in health care (e.g., medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant, etc.). However, a wide variety of career options are open to Physiology graduates, including research, teaching, law, and business.Ans: Hundreds of resumes are submitted to weekly. You will be contacted fairly rapidly if your resume is judged to be among the best for the given position.
How often are new job openings posted?
Ans: Positions are placed as receives them from our clients. This is episodic and out of direct control. Generally you can depend on changes to our job listings every week or two. Jobs will remain listed until they are Expired.a graduate of our program you will be prepared for careers in academia, industry, government, and community service sectors. Our graduates have obtained professional positions with prestigious employers in the USA and worldwide. Examples include the National Institutes of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, state and local health departments, pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, and major universities and other academic institutions.
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