Faculty head word

The College of Pharmacy at Gharyan University aspires to be a leader and distinguished in pharmaceutical education among the colleges of pharmacy in Libya, to graduate pharmacists with high competence consistent with the needs of the labor market and in accordance with comprehensive quality standards.

 The scale of the challenges was very great to establish this college. Gharyan University sought for some time to create it, sensing the lack of the labor market in the Western Mountain region in general and Gharyan in particular for this profession and its basic role in providing health services. The number of pharmacists in this vast geographical area is almost non-existent compared to their number in West and East Coast areas.

 These challenges place us, as a college of faculty, staff, and students, with this responsibility to confront them, especially in these exceptional circumstances that our country is going through.

 In this regard, the college administration is proceeding with confident steps and distinguished efforts to build this college in a correct manner from the very beginning of its establishment and to achieve the goals of the college by applying the modern foundations of quality and developing the curricula in a manner consistent with the requirements of the outcomes of modern pharmaceutical education and emphasizing the role of the pharmacist.


For scientific departments in the college:

 Department of Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacology.

 Department of Drugs and Natural Products.

 Department of Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry.

 Department of Pharmaceuticals.

 Department of Clinical Biochemistry.

 Department of Microbiology and Immunology.

 Department of Industrial Pharmacy.

 Duration of study in college:

 The duration of study at the college is five (5) years and the system of study at the college is the system of an academic year lasting 36 academic weeks, as follows:

 Preparatory year (medical preparation with a closed semester system).

 First year.

 Second Year.

 Third Year.

 the fourth year.

 The College of Pharmacy - Gharyan University awards a bachelor's degree in pharmaceutical sciences (Bachelor's degree).

 The student must train for a period of no less than three months during the study, forty-five days for each of the third and fourth years, according to the attached schedule, during his studies at the college in one of the pharmaceutical facilities, hospitals, stores, or drug laboratories under the supervision of the College of Pharmacy. The student is not granted the academic qualification (Bachelor’s Degree). )) in pharmaceutical sciences unless the period of time and training has been satisfactorily completed.


That the college be a distinguished center and icon in the fields of pharmaceutical education and community service.


Providing distinguished education and opening the way for creativity, innovation and progress


Preparing and qualifying the necessary cadres to work in various pharmaceutical fields.

 Preparing refresher courses in various pharmaceutical sciences to ensure the continuity of the scientific competence of pharmacists while following up on scientific development in the field of pharmaceutical education.

 Providing consultations and technical studies for various service sectors in the public and private sectors

 Cooperating with scientific institutions and bodies at the African, Arab and international levels in order to create harmony between the educational process in Libya and the outside world.

 Participating in research and studies in local and international scientific conferences through the research of faculty members and students at the college

 Preparing scientific conferences and exhibitions in Libya in partnership with relevant authorities and publishing research at the internal and external levels.

 Cooperation in the field of pharmaceutical control with official authorities in Libya in a way that embodies the concept of pharmaceutical care in society.

 Contributing to raising health awareness in society by spreading pharmaceutical culture in rationalizing and using medications

© All rights reserved to University of Gharyan