faculty of Pharmacy
The College of Pharmacy occupies a unique location in this region, as it is located in the city of Ismailia as an intermediate location between the governorates of the Canal and Sinai. The college was established in 1993 and graduated its first class in 1998. The college aims to graduate highly competitive students at the local and regional levels by providing its students with a distinguished and continuous pharmacy education through the provision of advanced academic and professional programs. It also aims to contribute to the development of the local community. And regionally, by keeping pace with the college’s scientific research system with the requirements of pharmaceutical work institutions, pharmaceutical industries, and various health care services centers. The college includes many scientific departments (9 departments) that provide students with curricula and modern sciences in the field of pharmacy. The College of Pharmacy, Suez Canal University seeks to provide a variety of graduate studies programs that contribute to achieving its mission and supporting its competitive position. With objective systems to evaluate students, the college is also keen on the satisfaction of graduate students and achieves the requirements of the labor market.” In line with the requirements of the labor market and to provide more effectiveness for graduate studies courses, a list of graduate studies managed by credit hours has been developed that includes twelve diplomas and a doctor of pharmacy program in addition to the master’s and doctoral programs.
vision and mission
The College of Pharmacy - Suez Canal University seeks to be one of the leading colleges in the field of pharmacy at the local, regional and global levels and to have a competitive ability in terms of quality of education, scientific research and civil society service.
The Faculty of Pharmacy - Suez Canal University aims to graduate highly competitive students at the local and regional levels by providing its students with a distinguished and continuous pharmacy education.
It aims to contribute to the development of the local and regional community by keeping pace with the scientific research system, and the college is interested in consolidating the principles, ethics and ethics of the pharmacy profession in its graduates.