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How long is pharmacy program at Waterloo?
The University of Waterloo's PharmD program is the first and only co-op pharmacy program in Canada! The program is a four-year undergraduate professional program and leads to an entry-to-practice Doctor of Pharmacy degree.
Is it hard to get into pharmacy school in Canada?
While the average admission rates at Canadian pharmacy schools vary, they are generally higher than medical school acceptance rates. While there are not as many applicants to pharmacy programs, it is still highly competitive and only anywhere from 2-30% of applicants are accepted.
What admissions look for in a letter of recommendation?
Admissions officers want to learn about your personal qualities and strengths from your recommenders. These personal qualities could include integrity, caring for others, thoughtfulness, humor, and passion. Two traits they especially value are demonstrated leadership and strength of character.
How many letters of recommendation do you need for pharmacy school?
Most Pharmacy Schools will require two to three letters of recommendations with at least one letter coming from a science faculty member and one from a health care provider (e.g. a pharmacist).
Do you need reference letters for Waterloo?
References are an important part of your application to Waterloo. Your referees will be completing and submitting a confidential online reference form. Choose referees who know your skills and experience, and who can communicate your ability to succeed as a graduate student.
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