Upcoming events


  • 4 February U.P.-drinks
  • 6 February BENU actualities lunch
  • 13 February General Assembly
  • 15 February Indesign workshop
  • 15 February TGIF drinks
  • 16 February Career day
  • 18 February The lunch lecture
  • 20 February Almanak reveal party



  • 5 March Alliance actualities lunch
  • 11 March U.P.-drinks (KB-reveal)
  • 13 March Cooking without borders
  • 20 March Master committee activity and EFC party
  • 21 March Cook committee lunch
  • 22 March Student teacher quiz
  • 27 March Industrial evening
  • 29 March S&G activity



  • 1 April U.P. drinks
  • 14-21 April Foreign excursion
  • 23 April Six hour run
  • 25 April First year activity
  • 29 April U.P. drinks
  • 30 April One Health Congress and Ménage à Trois

The new curriculum

Read everything about the new curriculum of the master and bachelor Pharmacy

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(Nederlands) Diversiteitslezing

Sorry, this entry is only available in Dutch. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Op donderdag 6 februari 2020 zal de diversiteitslezing plaatsvinden. We krijgen bezoek van drs. Nada Al-Rubaiee. Zij is in 2015 benoemd tot […]

Parent Day

The Parents Day is an annual event for first year’s students and their parents, which is organised by U.P.  in collaboration with the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences. The day shows the student’s parents what CPS is and what the students do. This year, the annual Parents Day will be held on Saturday 7 December 2019. The […]

Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation joins White House Cancer Moonshot

Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation joins the White House Cancer Moonshot initiative through its commitment to addressing health disparities in cancer care. In response to the Cancer Moonshot, the Foundation is committing $25 million in new funding to grantee partners to expand the current scope of community-based resources and survivorship support programs to underserved populations in the […]

FDA awards 21 grants to stimulate product development for rare diseases

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today announced that it has awarded 21 new clinical trial research grants totaling more than $23 million over the next four years to boost the development of products for patients with rare diseases. These new grants were awarded to principal investigators from academia and industry with research spanning domestic […]