Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology

Esperimento in corso
Single-cycle master
A.Y. 2020/2021
LM-13 - Pharmacy and industrial pharmacy
Single-cycle master
300
ECTS
Access
Limited enrollment with admission test
5
Years
Course location
Milano
Language
Italian
The Master Course in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology aims to train students in chemical, pharmacological, technological and regulatory fields useful to work in positions of responsibility and coordination in all sectors directly or indirectly related to research and discovery, development, production, quality assurance and marketing of drugs and healthy products.
The course trains for the profession as community and hospital pharmacist as well as for medical information (REP). In particular, the course aims to train professionals able to satisfy the needs and requests of the pharmaceutical, cosmetics, medical devices and food supplements industry, as well as the requests of public and private institutions involved in health research and regulation.
Therefore, such a multidisciplinary degree aims to provide:
1) a preparation on the basic sciences (mathematical, physical, chemical, biological, medical sciences) necessary to acquire solid theoretical and practical skills to support specific disciplines characterizing the course
2) knowledge on medicinal chemistry, biochemistry and pharmacology to allow the design and development of novel biologically active molecules
3) knowledge on pharmaceutical technology to allow the design, the development and the quality control of drug dosage forms and healthy products.
4) knowledge ofnnational and international legislation regarding drugs and healthy products;
5) operational skills, needed to address researches in the fields characterizing the degree course, through educational activities related to the thesis;
6) useful knowledge to carry out professional pharmaceutical services under the National Health Service through the practical training activity, according to 85/432 / EEC law.
Graduates in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology possess the scientific and theoretical expertise to operate as experts in the field of drug and healthy products (foods for special medical purposes and special diets, cosmetics, herbal, diagnostic, medical devices, etc.) and in related fields and to take on the professional role of pharmacist.

The course trains students for the following professions:
- Medicinal Chemist
- Pharmacist and similar professions
- Chemistry and pharmaceutical Company representative
- Pharmacologist
- Regulatory affairs
- Drug safety
- Clinical research marketing and sales support
- Education and training
Employment statistics (Almalaurea)

Application and admission: Limited enrolment with admission test (TOLC-F, CISIA OnLine Test), which will give rise to a merit ranking.

Entry requirements

The admission to the course in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology is given after the participation at the TOLC F test. The TOLC-F is an online test provided by CISIA (https://www.cisiaonline.it/ ). It can be held at the University of Milan or at any other available Italian universities, as indicated in the calendar https://tolc.cisiaonline.it/calendario.php

Enrolment procedures and deadlines will be indicated in the call for applications and will be published on the University website at https://www.unimi.it/it/studiare/immatricolarsi-e-iscriversi. Only students placed in the merit ranking list can enrol on the course in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology.

In details, TOLC-F must be taken by:

1. Holders of an upper secondary school degree or other equivalent qualification obtained abroad;

2. students enrolled in degree courses of the University of Milan or of other Italian (connected) or foreign (connected) Universities;

3. graduates in Italian or foreign Universities.

Exemption from TEST TOLC-F is granted for:

1. students already enrolled in Pharmacy or in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology course at University of Milan or others, only if they have taken all the exams, expressed out of 30, foreseen in the first year of the respective study program;

2. students already enrolled in the degree course in Pharmacy or in Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology course at University of Milan who took the admission test in the previous academic years, even if they haven’t acquired credits foreseen in the first year of the study program;

3. Graduates in Pharmacy from any University and graduates in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (five-year) of the University of Milan;

4. Graduates in Pharmacy from foreign universities;

5. Non-EU citizens residing abroad can be selected with a specific procedure, even for only qualifications.

Students (maximum 30) who do not pass the admission test can enrol to single courses, according with University regulation and in order to acquire credits useful in case of enrolment in a degree course, after passing the test entry, when applicable.

ADDITIONAL LEARNING OBLIGATIONS

Freshmen who have obtained a score lower than 4 in the Basic Mathematics module of the TOLC-F test will be assigned Additional Learning Obligations (OFA). These obligations can be met by attending support activities organized by the University of Milan in the period October-December, followed by a recovery test.

If obligations are not fulfilled, students will not be able to take the Mathematics exam.

Programs offered:
· Erasmus + Placement Programme, and Erasmus Mundus at Universities/Institutions partners in Europe and in the Balkans;
· stages at i) Departments of Medicine and Pharmacology, University of Minnesota US; ii) Institute of Advanced Energy, Kyoto University, Japan
Activities: the mobility is directed to attending courses, research internships and training in Hospital Pharmacy.
The Erasmus Programme + Placement offers the opportunity to play an internship abroad in enterprises or other organizations.
Universities and partner Companies offer the opportunity to carry out researches in a wide range of scientific topics characterizing the Course of Study. For detailed informations on the host institution and fields of studies, see the following web site: http://www.farmacia.unimi.it/CorsiDiLaurea/3125_ITA_HTML.html.
Procedure for the recognition of abroad studies. Every student must define the activity and the number of CFU in his/her Learning Agreement according to the following rules:
-an academic year: 60 credits;
-an academic semester: 30 credits;
-an academic quarter: 20 CFU.
-Internship in Hospital pharmacy could not be longer than for 4-months corresponding to 20 CFU. This activity follows the rules of the prerequisites reported in the Manifesto.
Recognition of the abroad studies: students must acquire at least 70% of the credits specified in the Learning Agreement. For thesis/internship researches, the student must acquire all the credits reported in the Learning Agreement.
Incentives: An additional score (1-3 points depending on the duration of the study period, the amount of credits attained and the obtained results) will be proposed by the tutor and awarded by the thesis committee to the students who have satisfactorily accomplished the training program.

Mandatory for laboratory courses; strongly recommended for other teaching courses

Courses list

year
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
General and Inorganic Chemistry and Stoichiometry 10 88 Italian CHIM/03
Human Anatomy and Physiology 11 88 Italian BIO/09 BIO/16
- Human Anatomy5
- Physiology6
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Animal Biology and Plant Biology 9 72 Italian BIO/13 BIO/15
- Animal Biology6
- Plant Biology3
Calculus 7 64 Italian MAT/05
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Analytical chemistry 6 48 Italian CHIM/01
Physics 8 80 Italian FIS/01
Undefined
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Computer Science Course 3 30 Italian INF/01
English proficiency B2 (2 ECTS) 2 0 Italian
year
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Organic Chemistry 1 10 88 Italian CHIM/06
Pharmacognosy 8 64 Italian BIO/15
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Applied Microbiology 6 48 Italian BIO/19
Physical chemistry 6 48 Italian CHIM/02
Qualitative analysis of inorganic drugs 6 72 Italian CHIM/08
- LABORATORY OF QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF INORGANIC DRUGS3
- QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF INORGANIC DRUGS3
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Biochemistry 8 64 Italian BIO/10
Drug analysis 1 and laboratory of drug analysis 1 and food chemistry 12 120 Italian CHIM/08 CHIM/10
- DRUG ANALYSIS 26
- FOOD CHEMISTRY3
- LABORATORY OF DRUG ANALYSIS 23
General Pathology 6 48 Italian MED/04
year
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Medicinal Chemistry 1 10 80 Italian CHIM/08
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Applied Biochemistry 8 72 Italian BIO/10
Organic Chemistry 2 and Organic Chemistry Laboratory 10 112 Italian CHIM/06
- Organic Chemistry 26
- Organic Chemistry Laboratory4
Pharmacology and pharmacotherapy 8 64 Italian BIO/14
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Extractive and Synthetic Preparation of Drugs and Laboratory of Extractive and Synthetic Preparation of Drugs 6 72 Italian CHIM/08
- Extractive and Synthetic Preparation of Drugs3
- Laboratory of Extractive and Synthetic Preparation of Drugs3
Spectroscopic methods in organic chemistry 7 64 Italian CHIM/06
Toxicology 8 64 Italian BIO/14
year
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Drug analysis 2 and laboratory of drug analysis 2 10 112 Italian CHIM/08
- DRUG ANALYSIS 26
- LABORATORY OF DRUG ANALYSIS 24
Medicinal Chemistry 2 10 80 Italian CHIM/08
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Pharmaceutical Technology and Legislation II 9 72 Italian CHIM/09
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Pharmaceutical Technology and Legislation I 9 72 Italian CHIM/09
Optional
Advanced methodologies in Medicinal Chemistry 8 64 Italian CHIM/08
- Advanced methodologies in Medicinal Chemistry I4
- Advanced methodologies in Medicinal Chemistry II4
Advances in Drug Delivery Systems (modules I and II) 8 96 Italian CHIM/09
- Advances in Drug Delivery Systems Mod. I4
- Advances in Drug Delivery Systems Mod. II4
Analytical methods in drug discovery and development and validation of analytical procedures in pharmaceutical industry 8 64 Italian CHIM/08
- Analytical methods in drug discovery and development4
- Instrumental analysis and validation of the analytical procedures in pharmaceutical industry4
Bioethics 4 32 Italian MED/02
Biotechnological drugs: pharmaco-toxicological aspects and Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs and Patents 8 64 Italian BIO/14 CHIM/09
- Biotechnological drugs: pharmaco-toxicological aspects4
- Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs and Patents4
Clinical Biochemistry and Clinical Molecular Biology 4 32 Italian BIO/12
Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics 8 64 Italian BIO/14
- Clinical pharmacology4
- Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics4
Endocrinolgy and metabolism 8 64 Italian MED/13
- Module 14
- Module 24
Fermentation chemistry and biotechnology 4 32 Italian CHIM/11
Formulation and Regulatory Affairs of Health Products and Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs and Patents 8 64 Italian CHIM/09
- Formulation and Regulatory Affairs of Health Products4
- Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs and Patents4
Innovative methods for synthesis and analysis 8 96 Italian CHIM/06
- Innovative methodologies for synthesis and analysis. Mod. 14
- Innovative methodologies for synthesis and analysis. Mod. 24
Inorganic nanoparticles in life sciences and advanced characterization techniques 8 64 Italian CHIM/03 CHIM/06
- Inorganic nanoparticles in life sciences4
- Nanoparticle advanced characterization techniques4
Management company organization 4 32 Italian SECS-P/10
Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology and Experimental Pharmacology 8 96 Italian BIO/14
- Experimental Pharmacology4
- Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology4
Nutritional requirement during lifetime and pathological aspects of nutrition 8 64 Italian BIO/09 MED/05
- Nutritional requirement during lifetime5
- Pathological aspects of nutrition3
Organometallic chemistry and fine chemical applications 8 64 Italian CHIM/03 CHIM/06
- Fine chemical applications4
- Organometallic chemistry4
Pharmacological in biotechnology 8 72 Italian BIO/11 BIO/14
- Molecular Biology4
- Pharmacological in biotechnology4
Statistics for sperimental and technological research 4 32 Italian SECS-S/02
Synthetic Aspects in Biomolecules Preparation and Application of biomolecules in biological systems studies 8 64 Italian BIO/10 CHIM/06
- Application of biomolecules in biological systems studies4
- Synthetic Aspects in Biomolecules Preparation4
Conclusive activities
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Professional training in pharmacy (first part) 5 0 Italian
Final exam 4 0 Italian
Study plan rules
1 - Al quarto anno di corso, lo studente dovrà scegliere uno tra i sette profili professionalizzanti, ciascuno di sedici crediti. La segnalazione della preferenza dovrà essere effettuata compilando l'apposito modulo disponibile sul sito o presso la Segreteria Didattica Interdipartimentale e riconsegnando il modulo stesso entro il 16 dicembre 2020. I corsi si svolgono tutti nel secondo semestre del IV anno.
2 - a) Science of drug development profile
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Advanced methodologies in Medicinal Chemistry 8 64 Italian Second semester CHIM/08
Analytical methods in drug discovery and development and validation of analytical procedures in pharmaceutical industry 8 64 Italian Second semester CHIM/08
3 - b) Pharmaceutics and pharmaceutical technology profile
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Advances in Drug Delivery Systems (modules I and II) 8 96 Italian Second semester CHIM/09
Formulation and Regulatory Affairs of Health Products and Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs and Patents 8 64 Italian Second semester CHIM/09
4 - c) Experimental pharmacology profile
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology and Experimental Pharmacology 8 96 Italian Second semester BIO/14
Pharmacological in biotechnology 8 72 Italian Second semester BIO/11 BIO/14
5 - d) Pharmacological and therapeutic profile
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Biotechnological drugs: pharmaco-toxicological aspects and Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs and Patents 8 64 Italian Second semester BIO/14 CHIM/09
Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics 8 64 Italian Second semester BIO/14
6 - e) Molecular and supramolecular chemistry: analysis and synthesis profile
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Inorganic nanoparticles in life sciences and advanced characterization techniques 8 64 Italian Second semester CHIM/03 CHIM/06
Organometallic chemistry and fine chemical applications 8 64 Italian Second semester CHIM/03 CHIM/06
7 - f) Chemical methods applied to biomolecules profile
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Innovative methods for synthesis and analysis 8 96 Italian Second semester CHIM/06
Synthetic Aspects in Biomolecules Preparation and Application of biomolecules in biological systems studies 8 64 Italian Second semester BIO/10 CHIM/06
8 - g) Endocrinology and metabolism profile
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Endocrinolgy and metabolism 8 64 Italian Second semester MED/13
Nutritional requirement during lifetime and pathological aspects of nutrition 8 64 Italian Second semester BIO/09 MED/05
9 - Nei profili professionalizzanti potrà, in alternativa, essere utilizzato uno dei seguenti insegnamenti (tradurre):
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Bioethics 4 32 Italian Second semester MED/02
Clinical Biochemistry and Clinical Molecular Biology 4 32 Italian Second semester BIO/12
Fermentation chemistry and biotechnology 4 32 Italian Second semester CHIM/11
Management company organization 4 32 Italian Second semester SECS-P/10
Statistics for sperimental and technological research 4 32 Italian Second semester SECS-S/02
year
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Optional
Experimental laboratory 8 0 Italian
First semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Industrial Pharmacy and Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Technology 8 96 Italian CHIM/09
- Industrial Pharmacy4
- Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Technology4
Second semester
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Optional
Cosmetic Products 8 64 Italian CHIM/09
- Color cosmetics4
- Formulation of Cosmetic Products4
Heterocyclic compounds and application of organometallic chemistry in synthesis 8 64 Italian CHIM/03 CHIM/06
- Application of organometallic chemistry in synthesis4
- Heterocyclic compounds4
Innovative drugs and radiopharmaceuticals 8 64 Italian CHIM/08
- Innovative drugs4
- Radiopharmaceuticals4
Innovative molecular approaches for the identification of pharmacological targets 8 64 Italian BIO/10
- Current proteomic technologies4
- Molecular biology applied to the study of new druggable targets4
Methodologies and experimental models for therapy with hormones 8 64 Italian BIO/13 MED/13
- Cellular technologies4
- Molecular Approaches to Endocrinology4
Physiology of Integrated systems I 8 64 Italian BIO/09
- Module I4
- Module II4
Special Systems Pharmacology 8 64 Italian BIO/14
- Chemiotherapy4
- Neuropsycopharmacology4
Conclusive activities
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language SSD
Compulsory
Professional training in pharmacy (second part) 25 0 Italian
Final exam 21 0 Italian
Study plan rules
10 - Lo studente dovrà scegliere un insegnamento, del valore di otto crediti, o due insegnamenti, ciascuno del valore di quattro crediti, tra quelli di seguito elencati. Gli insegnamenti a scelta libera saranno attivati sulla base delle richieste degli studenti. Le eventuali propedeuticità saranno indicate dai docenti titolari dei corsi.
Courses or activities ECTS Total hours Language Lesson period SSD
Experimental laboratory 8 0 Italian year
Cosmetic Products 8 64 Italian Second semester CHIM/09
Heterocyclic compounds and application of organometallic chemistry in synthesis 8 64 Italian Second semester CHIM/03 CHIM/06
Innovative drugs and radiopharmaceuticals 8 64 Italian Second semester CHIM/08
Innovative molecular approaches for the identification of pharmacological targets 8 64 Italian Second semester BIO/10
Methodologies and experimental models for therapy with hormones 8 64 Italian Second semester BIO/13 MED/13
Physiology of Integrated systems I 8 64 Italian Second semester BIO/09
Special Systems Pharmacology 8 64 Italian Second semester BIO/14
Qualora vengano inserite nuove propedeuticità, gli studenti sono tenuti a rispettarle se presenti nel manifesto degli studi dell'anno accademico precedente a quello nel quale sostengono l'esame.

I ANNO
Non esistono vincoli di propedeuticità d'esame per le discipline che lo studente iscritto al I anno di corso è tenuto a frequentare.

II ANNO
L'ammissione alla frequenza del LABORATORIO DI ANALISI DEI MEDICINALI è subordinata al superamento dell'esame di CHIMICA GENERALE, INORGANICA E STECHIOMETRIA. L'ammissione alla frequenza del LABORATORIO DI ANALISI DEI FARMACI I è subordinata alla frequenza del LABORATORIO DI ANALISI DEI MEDICINALI.

III ANNO
A partire dagli immatricolati nell'A.A. 2016/17, gli studenti per iscriversi al terzo anno di corso, dovranno aver sostenuto entro il 30 settembre tutti gli esami del primo anno con votazione espressa in trentesimi. Coloro che non sosterranno gli esami previsti, saranno collocati d'ufficio al secondo anno ripetente.

L'ammissione alla frequenza del LABORATORIO DI PREPARAZIONI ESTRATTIVE E SINTETICHE DEI FARMACI è subordinata alla frequenza del LABORATORIO DI CHIMICA ORGANICA e al superamento dell'esame di CHIMICA ORGANICA I (entro l'inizio del II semestre del III anno). L'ammissione alla frequenza del LABORATORIO DI CHIMICA ORGANICA non è subordinata al superamento dell'esame di CHIMICA ORGANICA I.

IV ANNO
L'ammissione alla frequenza del LABORATORIO DI ANALISI DEI FARMACI II è subordinata al superamento dell'esame di CHIMICA ORGANICA I (entro la data di inizio dei corsi) ed alla frequenza del LABORATORIO DI ANALISI DEI FARMACI I e del LABORATORIO DI PREPARAZIONI ESTRATTIVE E SINTETICHE DEI FARMACI.

CHIMICA FARMACEUTICA E TOSSICOLOGICA I (Obbligatoria), ANALISI DEI FARMACI I+LABORATORIO DI ANALISI DEI FARMACI I+CHIMICA DEGLI ALIMENTI (Obbligatoria) e METODI FISICI IN CHIMICA ORGANICA (Obbligatoria) sono propedeutici agli INSEGNAMENTI DEL PROFILO PROFESSIONALIZZANTE IN SCIENZA E SVILUPPO DEL FARMACO.

FARMACOLOGIA E FARMACOTERAPIA (Obbligatoria), CHIMICA ORGANICA I (Obbligatoria), ANALISI DEI FARMACI I+LABORATORIO DI ANALISI DEI FARMACI I+CHIMICA DEGLI ALIMENTI (Obbligatoria), FISICA (Obbligatoria) e TECNOLOGIA E LEGISLAZIONE FARMACEUTICHE I (Consigliata) sono propedeutici agli INSEGNAMENTI DEL PROFILO PROFESSIONALIZZANTE TECNOLOGICO APPLICATIVO.

FARMACOLOGIA E FARMACOTERAPIA (Obbligatoria) è propedeutica agli INSEGNAMENTI DEL PROFILO PROFESSIONALIZZANTE FARMACOLOGICO SPERIMENTALE.

FARMACOLOGIA E FARMACOTERAPIA (Obbligatoria) è propedeutica agli INSEGNAMENTI DEL PROFILO PROFESSIONALIZZANTE FARMACOLOGICO TERAPEUTICO.

CHIMICA ORGANICA II + LAB. CHIMICA ORGANICA (Obbligatoria), BIOCHIMICA APPLICATA (Obbligatoria) sono propedeutici agli INSEGNAMENTI DEL PROFILO PROFESSIONALIZZANTE IN METODOLOGIE CHIMICHE APPLICATE A BIOMOLECOLE.

CHIMICA ORGANICA I (Obbligatoria) e CHIMICA ORGANICA II + LAB. CHIMICA ORGANICA (Obbligatoria) sono propedeutici agli INSEGNAMENTI DEL PROFILO PROFESSIONALIZZANTE IN SINTESI E CARATTERIZZAZIONE MOLECOLARE E SUPRAMOLECOLARE.

PATOLOGIA GENERALE (Obbligatoria) è propedeutica agli INSEGNAMENTI DEL PROFILO PROFESSIONALIZZANTE ENDOCRINO E NUTRIZIONALE.

V ANNO
La frequenza del LABORATORIO DI TECNOLOGIA FARMACEUTICA è subordinata al superamento degli esami di FISICA, CHIMICA FARMACEUTICA E TOSSICOLOGICA I e FARMACOLOGIA E FARMACOTERAPIA.

A partire dagli immatricolati nell'A.A. 2018/19, gli studenti per laurearsi dovranno aver acquisito una conoscenza della lingua inglese con un livello di idoneità B2.
Gli esami indicati nella seconda colonna devono essere sostenuti prima di quelli riportati nella prima colonna.
Prescribed foundation courses
Learning activityPrescribed foundation courses
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY General and Inorganic Chemistry and Stoichiometry (optional)
Applied Biochemistry Biochemistry (compulsory), Organic Chemistry 1 (compulsory)
Applied Microbiology Animal Biology and Plant Biology (compulsory), Human Anatomy and Physiology (compulsory)
Biochemistry Human Anatomy and Physiology (compulsory), Organic Chemistry 1 (optional)
DRUG ANALYSIS 1 AND LABORATORY OF DRUG ANALYSIS 1 AND FOOD CHEMISTRY ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY (compulsory), Organic Chemistry 1 (optional)
DRUG ANALYSIS 2 AND LABORATORY OF DRUG ANALYSIS 2 DRUG ANALYSIS 1 AND LABORATORY OF DRUG ANALYSIS 1 AND FOOD CHEMISTRY (compulsory)
Extractive and Synthetic Preparation of Drugs and Laboratory of Extractive and Synthetic Preparation of Drugs Organic Chemistry 1 (compulsory)
General Pathology Animal Biology and Plant Biology (compulsory), Human Anatomy and Physiology (compulsory)
Human Anatomy and Physiology Animal Biology and Plant Biology (optional)
Industrial Pharmacy and Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Technology Pharmaceutical Technology and Legislation I (compulsory)
Medicinal Chemistry 1 Organic Chemistry 1 (compulsory)
Medicinal Chemistry 2 Medicinal Chemistry 1 (compulsory), Organic Chemistry 2 and Organic Chemistry Laboratory (compulsory)
Organic Chemistry 1 General and Inorganic Chemistry and Stoichiometry (compulsory)
Organic Chemistry 2 and Organic Chemistry Laboratory Organic Chemistry 1 (compulsory)
PHARMACOGNOSY Animal Biology and Plant Biology (compulsory), Human Anatomy and Physiology (compulsory)
PHARMACOLOGY AND PHARMACOTHERAPY Biochemistry (compulsory), General Pathology (compulsory), PHARMACOGNOSY (compulsory)
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY General and Inorganic Chemistry and Stoichiometry (compulsory)
Pharmaceutical Technology and Legislation I DRUG ANALYSIS 1 AND LABORATORY OF DRUG ANALYSIS 1 AND FOOD CHEMISTRY (compulsory), Organic Chemistry 1 (compulsory), PHARMACOLOGY AND PHARMACOTHERAPY (compulsory), Physics (compulsory)
Pharmaceutical Technology and Legislation II DRUG ANALYSIS 1 AND LABORATORY OF DRUG ANALYSIS 1 AND FOOD CHEMISTRY (compulsory), Organic Chemistry 1 (compulsory), PHARMACOLOGY AND PHARMACOTHERAPY (compulsory), Physics (compulsory)
Physics Calculus (optional)
QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF INORGANIC DRUGS ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY (compulsory)
Spectroscopic methods in organic chemistry Organic Chemistry 1 (compulsory)
Toxicology PHARMACOGNOSY (compulsory)
Location
Milano
Contacts

The tuition fees for students enrolled in Bachelor's, Master's and single-cycle degree programmes are divided into two instalments with different calculation methods and payment schedules:

  • The amount of the first instalment is the same for all students
  • The amount of the second instalment varies according to the ISEE University value, the degree programme and the student status (on track / off track for one year or off track for more than a year) 
  • An additional fee is due for online programmes

The University also offers:

  • Concessions for students meeting high merit requirements
  • Diversified tuition fees according to the student's home country for international students with assets/income abroad
  • Concessions for international students with refugee status

Scholarships and benefits

The University provides a range of financial benefits to students meeting special requirements (merit, financial or personal conditions, international students).

Learn more

Enrollment
First year enrolment:
Admission
Limited enrollment with admission test

Places available: 200 + 10 reserved for non-EU citizens + 1 reserved for students in the Marco Polo project

Call for applications

Please refer to the call for admission test dates and contents, and how to register.

Session: 1

Application for admission: from 23/04/2020 to 15/06/2020

Application for matriculation: from 17/06/2020 to 23/06/2020

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Session: 2

Application for admission: from 24/06/2020 to 24/07/2020

Application for matriculation: from 29/07/2020 to 06/08/2020

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Session: 3

Application for admission: from 01/08/2020 to 04/09/2020

Application for matriculation: from 19/10/2020 to 21/10/2020

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