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Pre-registration examination

Considering the provisions of Law No45/2012 of 14/01/2013 on organization, functioning and competence of the Council of Pharmacists in articles 20 and 21;

Given the Internal Rules and regulations 2nd Edition 2016;

Given the National Pharmacy Council operational manual of  July 06th, 2018;

The following are requirements for Pre-registration knowledge assessment:

Every Rwandan candidate who wishes to sit for the pre-registration knowledge assessment must submit an application to NPC containing the following documents:

  1. An application letter addressed to the NPC chairperson
  2. A pharmacy degree (or diploma for pharmacy technicians) copy from a recognized university
  3. Proof of payment of application fees
  4. Copy of the ID or passport bio-data page
  5. Professional internship certificate in Rwandan settings if they completed their studies abroad.

Non-Rwandan nationals must also submit in addition to the above the following documents:

  1. Evidence that professionals from Rwanda are also eligible to practice in their countries
  2. Proof of registration in their countries
  3. A certificate of good standing issued by pharmacy council in their home countries.

Note: If documents are in a language other than English, French or Kinyarwanda, they must be translated and certified by an official translator or relevant authority.

 

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