I wish to do my master's of pharmacy in Canada or the US. Could you suggest the best universities?

Asked by Rampa Yoga vidya over 1 year ago

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Puneet Singh

Puneet Singh

Tax Manager specializing in Expatriate US taxation and global mobility processes.

Hello, how are you doing?

In my opinion, choosing the USA and Canada for pharmacy masters is the right decision. I mean a healthcare master in most developed countries that are focusing more on welfare and growth. It's definitely worth it. USA and Canada may lack in any aspect but for your career after graduation, these are the top dogs.


The pharmaceutical graduates from top USA universities earn in six figures annually in the latter part of their career. Jobs like research and directors associated with drugs are highly valued and earn more than enough. I have three top options for you to do a master's in pharmacy in the USA. 

1. Harvard University

2. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

3. University of California, San Francisco

As for Canada, your top three choices are more likely to be the best ones. See the fee is a little higher but for a pharmaceutical career, I guess you plan to stay in the country. So apply for immigration early and apply as a resident to save a ton on your finances. Because you will definitely need a recognized university to do your masters from. I think these three are the best options -

1. University of Toronto

2. McGill University

3. University of British Columbia

You should focus more on choosing the right university for you. The right university would be the one that matches your profile and aligns with your interests and future objectives.

Now I know it can be a bit difficult to figure all this out, all by yourself. You can checkout this FREE school explore tool which is curated by experts to help tons of students like you. It will generate a list of universities based on your profile and will make it a lot easier for you to narrow down your options. 

Let me know if this helped and if you want me to give you more information about any specific university. 

 

 


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