want to study M pharm or clinical research abroad ,kinly guide ,and which has better job options

I am done with my B pharm last year , am interested to study M pharam or clinial research course abroad in singapore australia, please guide me how to proceed , can i get scholarship and if i can work part time

0 78 Views | Posted 2011-10-16 12:00:06
Asked by krishna

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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-11-30 14:10:26
    Hi,As you have completed your B.pharma, it would be advisable to pursue M.Pharma, as it will add on to to your knowledge of what all you have learned during graduation, a degree in M.Pharma from Australia has good career prospects in India and globally, please remember getting a job entirely depends on the knowledge level and calibre of the student.Scholarships are competitive and awarded to the most deserving students. At the graduate level you can get funding in the form of graduate assistantships where you work or research with professors. In exchange you may get your entire/partial tuition fees waived, and get a monthly stipend to cover ... view more
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    sameera shams | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-10-16 12:26:26
    Shams@ hi krishna
    GO FOR CLINICAL RESEARCH that have apmle of job opportunities nowdays.

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