About the course

Pharmacy prepares highly qualified and potential personnel in the field of pharmaceuticals. By studying aspects of pharmacy, students gain valuable fundamental knowledge for perfect preparation for the profession from the undergraduate period. Students will be acquainted with the rules, requirements, tasks and prospects of activity, the processes of manufacturing and development of medicines and preparations, the norms of admission and storage conditions of medicines.

Graduates of the Faculty of Pharmacy of the Bukhara State Medical Institute can work in pharmaceutical companies of the wholesale and retail network for the sale of medicines and medical devices, at enterprises and organizations of pharmaceutical production.

Entry Requirements

A copy of the identity document (passport), school graduation certificate or academic lyceum / college diploma, photo 3×4.

Duration of training

5 years

Credit hours

(for local students)UZS 15 344 490

(international students) $3000-5500

Education code


Among the Courses Offered
First year
  • History of Uzbekistan
  • Anatomy
  • Medical biology. General genetics
  • Medical Chemistry
  • Latin and medical terminology
  • Biophysics
  • Introduction to the medical profession
Third year
  • Biological Chemistry
  • Pharmacognosy
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Pharmaceutical bioethics
  • Pharmaceutical business
  • Pharmaceutical technologies
Fifth year
  • Instrumental analysis of medicinal products
  • Fundamentals of Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacokinetics
  • Pharmaceutical management
  • Standardization of medicines
Second year
  • Anatomy
  • Histology, Cytology, and Embryology
  • Medical biology. General genetics
  • Medical Chemistry
  • Physiology
  • Latin and medical terminology
  • Biophysics
  • Introduction to the medical profession
Fourth year
  • Toxicological chemistry
  • Pharmacology
  • Technology of ready-made types of medicines
  • Pharmaceutical economy
  • Medicine and Pharmaceutical commodity science
  • Dating practices
  • Training practice
  • Production practice
  • Pre-graduate practice