Join Australia's University of Enterprise

Study postgraduate Pharmacy at UniSA.

Designed to extend your skills as a pharmacist, our flexible Graduate Certificate in Pharmacy Practice and Master of Clinical Pharmacy is informed by well above world-class research in Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences* and will provide you with an advanced and specialised skill-set.

2015 Excellence in Research Australia

Key features

  • Ranked in the top three universities nationally for graduate employment in the field of pharmacy*
  • Study online part-time so you can work while you learn and balance other commitments
  • Benefit from a nested suite which means you can receive credit and reduce the time required for the masters, following successful completion of the graduate certificate
  • One of four universities in Australia to be a member of the prestigious National Alliance for Pharmacy Education
  • Benefit from our strong industry links and affiliation with the Sansom Institute for Health Research and the Centre for Cancer Biology
  • Choose to undertake the Pharmacy Intern Training Program as part of the Graduate Certificate in Pharmacy Practice

*2017 Good Universities Guide


Pharmacy Intern Training Program

Our Pharmacy Intern Training Program (ITP) provides intern pharmacists with the specialised training and skills required to become practicing pharmacists. It is the only program that offers a unique mix of academic excellence and contemporary pharmacy practice and gives intern pharmacists the choice to build on a base program to obtain postgraduate University qualifications highly respected in the workplace.

Career opportunities

As a graduate, you’ll be able to:

  • lead drug selection decisions for individual patients
  • provide specialist drug information and advice
  • effectively monitor drug therapy
  • conduct and evaluate clinical research

Graduates may work in settings such as hospitals, clinical environments, community pharmacy practice and academia.


We offer research degrees including Masters by Research and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) qualifications across a range of traditional and innovative fields of health research.