Faculty Introduction

The School of Pharmacy, Faculty of Medicine, at Macau University of Science and Technology, was established in 2016. It is the only educational institution authorized by the Macau SAR government to offer bachelor's (since 2016), master's (since 2023), and doctoral (since 2020) degrees in pharmacy. Our School is committed to training clinical pharmacists and pharmaceutical professionals who provide better service to the residents of Macau. We aim to promote rational drug use, improve drug management, and enhance high-end medical research and the development of the pharmaceutical industry.

The three programs offered at the School of Pharmacy perfectly align with the needs for diversified economic development in Macau. They greatly contribute to building the Greater Bay Area into a hub of pharmaceutical innovation and an important talent pool. Additionally, our programs fully leverage the strengths of biomedical R&D and industrial innovation in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area. Since establishment, our graduates have become the backbone of their respective industries or organizations. Some exceptional graduates have emerged as clinical pharmacists, technical supervisors, or business leaders.

Our teaching team consists of academicians, Yangtze River scholars, the top 2% of the world's leading scientists, and other renowned scholars and young talents. This esteemed team provides students with a platform to pursue high-profile academic goals. The School of Pharmacy has always placed emphasis on program development and continuous improvement in teaching and learning quality.

Mission and Vision of the School: 

  • Excellence in pharmacy, healthcare and biomedical education;
  • Provision of safe and effective pharmaceutical care through exemplary pharmaceutical practice;
  • Community services that address the needs of the residents of Macau and society at large.
  • Innovative and visionary research and scholarship in the pharmaceutical, biomedical, and clinical sciences;

Development Strategies of the School:

  • Supporting curriculum renewal and creating opportunities for innovation in teaching and learning.
  • Enhancing the reputation and international rankings of the School.
  • Strengthening research in basic, translational, clinical, and pharmaceutical sciences.
  • Continuously enhancing clinical pharmaceutical education and practice.
  • Deepening collaboration in education, research, and clinical practice with national and international institutions.
  • Augmenting the quality control process and professional development within the School.