Quality Assurance at PharmaSchool
Quality assurance of the study programmes
We always strive to make our study programmes as high quality, up-to-date and relevant as possible. We have a number of initiatives and activities contributing to ensure the academic content of the programmes and inclusion of researched-based instruction. We work continuously to ensure a motivating study environment and teaching.
For general information, the basis of the surveys, quality assurance, etc. see Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences quality assurance.
The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences evaluates all courses at a regular basis. According to the guidelines for course evaluations drawn up by the University of Copenhagen, all courses are evaluated the first time they are offered, and at least every second time they are held.
Link to the overall framework for course evaluations at Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences quality assurance.
For each study programmes the individual courses are evaluated on an ongoing basis and the results are made public available.
You will find the results from autumn 2014 and up until now for the BSC/Msc in Pharmacy, the Msc program in Pharmaceutical Science, Msc in Medical Science and MSc in Medicinal Chemistry described under Evaluation of teaching in the Pharmaceutical Sciences (only in Danish).
You will find the results from the summer of 2014 and up until now for our Master's degree MIND under Evaluation of tuition Master of Industrial Drug Development.
You will find the results for autumn 2016 and up until now for our Master's degree MRA under Evaluation of tuition Master of Medicines Regulatory Affairs.
In the Annual Reports for the University of Copenhagen, (from 2007) under the section on statistics, the various study-related statistics and key data are reported to Danish universities and ministries. The latest annual report is available directly – for the previous years, the annual reports are available via the link at the top right of the new page.
Full-time study programmes
Study statistics show information about admission, population, production, implementation and grading for bachelor and Master's students. For 2011 and 2012, you can see the data for Bachelor (pharmacy) and Master's (pharmacy, medical science, medical chemistry and pharmaceutical science) under the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. From 2013 onwards, the information is available under the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences.
The Bachelor application and enrolment show detailed statistical information about the number of applications in Quotas 1 and 2, broken down by gender and priority, the number of intake and quotients for bachelor's degree students in pharmacy. For 2007 – 2011, the information is available under the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. From 2012 onwards, the information is available under the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences.
Applicants ' applications and admissions show statistical information about master's intake for master's degree students in pharmacy, pharmaceutical science, pharmaceutical science and medical chemistry. For 2011 and 2012, the information is available under the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. From 2013 onwards, the information is available under the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences.
PhD statistics show statistical information regarding the PhD approach, population and production for the entire University of Copenhagen. The Data for the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences is included 2007 – 2010.
DRA Employment Survey shows the business status of graduates with a newly acquired pharmaceutical PhD degree.
For the period 2003 – 2011, where PharmaSchool was respectively The University of Copenhagen also has a number of statistical material – see statistics 2004-2011 (DANISH).
The graduate surveys at the University of Copenhagen are conducted, among other things, in order to gather knowledge about graduates ' career opportunities after graduation, and about how different aspects of the graduates ' studies have influenced their employment.
Graduate surveys for the study programmes at PharmaSchool (DANISH)
Graduate survey, Pharmaceutical Sciences 2018
Graduate survey, Pharmaceutical Sciences 2016
Graduate survey, Pharmacy 2016
Graduate survey, Medicinal Chemistry 2017
Graduate survey, Master of Industriel Drug Development 2017
Graduate survey, Masters of Medicines Regulatory Affairs 2018