About PharmaSchool

School of Pharmaceutical Sciences (PharmaSchool) was founded in 1672. At the time, the pharmacy was the obvious work place. Today, pharmacists also work in modern pharmaceutical companies dealing with the universe of molecules finding new solutions in terms of fighting diseases.

The Dane Hans Christian Ørsted was interested in chemistry and therefore became a pharmacist in 1797. He was one of the leading people of the Danish Golden Age's in the 18th century and one of his close friends was the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen. Hans Christian Ørsted discovered electromagnetism in 1820 and was one of many pharmacists graduate of the University of Copenhagen who made remarkable research.

Educational Programmes

Drugs constitute the core in all the research and education at PharmaSchool. Drug research is interdisciplinary by nature. Thus, research and education at PharmaSchool comprise an integration of natural-, health-, social- and technical sciences.

When you study at PharmaSchool in Copenhagen /in Medicon Valley, you will get the vibrant life in Copenhagen, combined with an easy introduction to the network and places in the region. You will get an extraordinary opportunity to get a network and jobs in the future. The university’s medical and pharmaceutical research are part of a larger ecosystem, where independent basic research is linked to translational and clinical research. The region’s Medicon Valley is one of Europe’s three largest business lusters within biotechnology, medicine and medical technology.

The University of Copenhagen, PharmaSchool offers educational programmes within the pharmaceutical field.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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By clicking at History you can see some of the outstanding Danish pharmacists and their achievements as well as some of the important dates in the history of Danish pharmacy.