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College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing

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About College

The University has taken the lead in contributing to the creation of a well-qualified ‘global’ pharmacist furnished with the necessary knowledge and skills to fulfill the demands within all branches of the pharmaceutical industry and practice. In addition to the traditional courses needed to fulfill graduation requirements, several ‘emphasis courses’ are now part of these requirements. Examples of these emphasis courses are Drug Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical Plant Management, Hospital Pharmacy, and Medicinal Plants Processing.

The procurement of advanced machinery will actually allow the student to have a unique practical experience of what drug manufacturing is all about and again valuable know-how during their years of study.

The laboratory facilities are again ample, diversified, and supervised by a knowledgeable group of instructors holding doctoral degrees in their areas of specialization

Today’s pharmacist is an integral member of health care teams along with physicians, nurses, and others. Our curriculum supports interdisciplinary education and focuses on the development of professional leaders.

The college has met the national standard standards, so the college has been accredited by the National Authority (NAQAA)for Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Education by Resolution No. 192 of 26/8/2019, and the accreditation is valid for five years from its date.

Our College is offering two bachelor’s degree programs in pharmacy (Pharm D program and Pharm D/Clinical Pharmacy program). A total of 181-182 credit hours, 100 hours of field training (after the completion of level 3 and before the training year) in addition to one academic year (9 months) field training in a pharmaceutical and/or medical institution are needed for graduation. Our College is also offering a postgraduate program, a master’s degree in Pharmaceutics, as a start of many other master’s degrees and professional diplomas.

College Accreditation Certificate by the National Authority for Education Quality Assurance and Accreditation (NAQAA)




Pharmaceutics is a key department in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing. Students study pharmaceutics courses from their first year up to the final year.

Pharmaceutics is concerned with the scientific and technological aspects of the design and formulation of different drug dosage forms. An understanding of pharmaceutics is therefore crucial to all pharmacists and pharmaceutical researchers who are involved in converting a drug into a dosage form to be delivered safely, efficiently and conveniently to the patient.


The department seeks to be a leader in pharmaceutical education and pharmaceutical research on the national and international levels.  This can be achieved via providing a good quality of college education and excellence in the field of scientific research which aims to improve the health and well-being of the community.


The Department of Pharmaceutics aims to deliver a good understanding in pharmaceutics and communicate knowledge, ideas and concerns to the pharmacy students through a qualified program, which most notably include the formulation and evaluation of the various pharmaceutical forms and modern methods of drug delivery to the body.

Strategic goals

Department of pharmaceutics aims to deliver a good understanding in the area of pharmaceutics through

  1. Improve the education process to fulfill the learning outcomes of the department courses in order to achieve the designed targets.
  2. Preparing a pharmacist with different skills in formulating, evaluating and manufacturing various forms of drug dosage forms and advanced systems for providing high-quality drugs.
  3. Conveying knowledge, ideas and various skills to pharmacy students through a qualified program that includes, in particular, the formulation and evaluation of various pharmaceutical forms and modern methods of drug delivery to the body.
  4. Concerned with the scientific and technological aspects of the design and formulation of drug dosage forms.
  5. Conducting various scientific research that is in line with the current scientific and technological development in the field of pharmaceutics and which helps to solve problems related to drug delivery systems in a safe and effective manner
  6. Improving pharmaceutical preparations in the Egyptian drug market to provide better health care to the members of society

Industrial Pharmacy


Industrial pharmacy is the process which includes manufacturing, development, marketing, and distribution of drug products including quality assurance of the developed drug. It is much more than a single area of science; it encompasses a spectrum of diverse scientific disciplines.


The Department of Industrial pharmacy seeks to be a leader in international and national in the industrial pharmacy education and research by optimized teaching process in the field of industrial pharmacy, and being committed to provide the community through good pharmacy practice, linking with the industrial pharmaceutical sector in Egypt, and promoting the research work to solve and develop the industrial problems, in addition to focusing on high-quality education on undergraduate and graduate levels.


Industrial pharmacy is a discipline that comprises manufacturing, advancement, optimization, scaling up and appropriation of various drug delivery systems. The industrial pharmacy branch also covers the quality assurance, with its two branches: quality control and Good Manufacturing Practice, mainly to detect and eliminate any defects in the intermediate and final manufactured products. As long as the quality of teaching and learning in the highest priorities the department move toward select the best academic, research, and technical personnel.

Thus, the department team is highly professional, who continuously conducts research, and application in industrial pharmacy field. Industrial pharmacy dedicated to reaching excellence in education, research, and community involvement.

Strategic goals
  • Development of the student’s learning outcomes by introducing the basic processes of pharmaceutical manufacturing as heat transfer, mass transfer, evaporation, drying, extraction, filtration, and mixing.
  • Learning more advanced processes like distillation, emulsification, crystallization, size reduction, and size enlargement, along with explaining the theoretical and practical aspects of the quality control and quality assurance of the different manufacturing processes.
  • Learning The fundamental concepts of the importance of artificial intelligence in industrial pharmacy and its application.
  • Getting a fundamental knowledge about the right basics of designing the pharmaceutical plantand the different manufacturing processes starting from the selection of the raw material suppliers until the distribution of the finished pharmaceutical products.
  • Suppling the latest industrial pharmacy equipment that provides opportunities to MUST’s students for training, learning and application in an actual simulation of an industrial atmosphere with the processes and procedures that take place in the manufacturing world through (SEF MUST) student experimental factory who provide more facilities and services for MUST’s whether undergraduate, graduated, and, researcher
  • The Department offers chances for training and visiting the different factory departments such as research and development, quality control, production, packaging, supply chain, and others. Where the student can be translating the scientific pharmaceutical discoveries from the theoretical research  into practice.

Clinical Pharmacy Practise


Clinical pharmacy practice, unlike the disciplines of pharmacy, is a comparatively recent and variably implemented form of practice of pharmacy. It encourages pharmacists and support staff to shift their focus from solely product-oriented role towards more direct engagement with patients and the problems they encounter with medicines. Over the past 25 years, there has been an emerging consensus that the practice of clinical pharmacy itself should grow from the collection of patients-related functions to a process in which all actions are undertaken with the intention of achieving explicit outcomes for the patient. In doing so, clinical pharmacy moves to embrace the philosophy of pharmaceutical care.


Clinical pharmacy department aims to achieve the overall goal of graduating a clinical pharmacist capable of promoting appropriate use of medicines and devices to ensure maximum clinical safety and efficacy of medicines. The goal is to balance efficacy versus risk of drug therapy for each patient. This also includes monitoring the therapy course and the patient’s compliance with therapy, minimizing the treatment expenditures borne by the national health systems and patients.


Clinical pharmacists play a vital role in the rational use of medicines, tifying drug – related problems, contributing to medication reviews and therapeutic recommendations and clinician pharmacist became responsible of the delivery of pharmaceutical care.

The delivery of pharmaceutical care is usually achieved via practical steps such as:

  1. Establishing the need for drug therapy.
  2. Administring the medicine.
  3. Providing the medicine.
  4. Monitoring therapy.
  5. Patient advice and education.
  6. Evaluation effectiveness.

Strategic Goals

Clinical Pharmacy Department aims to provide students of pharmacy an insight of the many of the inter – related problems of drug therapy. It should always be emphasized that although a general approach to drug treatment can be drawn, therapy of a given patient must be individualized.

In accordance with the university mission statement, clinical pharmacy department aims to enable students to acquire the cognitive, interpersonal, psychomotor, and analytical skills necessary for competent, reflective practice and lifelong professional development for their working life. The study of clinical pharmacy will provide subject-specific knowledge and skills as well as key transferable skills. Clinical courses will develop the knowledge and skills acquired either during earlier courses or through relevant practice.



Pharmacognosy is one of the oldest branches of pharmacy profession concerned with the study of morphology, histology, chemical, biochemical and biological properties of natural drugs; including the search for new drugs from natural sources (plants, animals or microbes. Moreover, study of poisonous plants and narcotics.  It is an essential field which providing systematic and scientific validation of traditional medicines. This department responsible of teaching Courses of medicinal plants, pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry, and quality control of herbal drugs.


The department looks up to be distinguished locally, nationally, as a part of a high-level institution in pharmaceutical education and improves research for excellent serving to the community.

The department seeks to be a pioneer in pharmaceutical education and the preparation of The largest and most comprehensive scientific encyclopedia about the flora of Egyptian plants, including all chemical and biological research and studies


The department of Pharmacognosy is completely dedicated to offering high-quality education for graduating outstanding skilled pharmacists, procuring the best patient-centered pharmacy services to the community and reaching a leadership position in research in the field of natural products.

Strategic Goals
  • Aim to provide excellence in education, research and public services in the disciplines of Pharmacognosy and natural products chemistry. And conduct vital scientific research and link it to the needs of society.
  • Aim to meet current and future needs of pharmacy practice.
  • Define the direction and scope of herbal drug therapy through continuous and innovative research.
  • Developing local, national and international pharmacy service by providing safe, effective natural medicines that meet the needs.
  • Search for local natural resources as remedies for management of endemic diseases.
  • Serve as a consultation Centre for the pharmaceutical industry and community.
  • Develop suitable extraction, isolation and Quality assurance methods for natural products used as pharmaceuticals, dietary supplements and cosmetics.
  • Sustainable production of natural products by biotechnological approaches.


Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry


Pharmaceutical analytical chemistry is focused on studying different analytical techniques that are used to identify and quantify pharmaceutical compounds and products. Also studying the chemical stability of pharmaceuticals. development of accurate methods and applying good laboratory practice.


The department aims to apply the new trends in pharmaceutical analysis using advanced instrumentations and referring to international references and guidelines to provide good services to the community in the field of pharmaceutical industry and quality control. In addition, the department referring to environmental analysis as a clue for sustainable development.


Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry Department aims to give students information and practical skills to identify the chemicals and carrying out quantitative analysis. Studying the stability of pharmaceutical drugs according to the international guidelines. Awareness of water pollution and analysis, as an application of an environmental analysis.

Strategic Goals
  1. Develop new facilities for interaction with and educating our students.
  2. Provide an outstanding graduate experience in the chemical sciences.
  3. Meeting global challenges
  4. Analytical Chemistry is a metrological discipline that develops, optimizes and applies measurement processes intended to produce quality.
  5. Analytical Chemistry is very important for effective environmental protection, and occupational health and safety, since the (bio) chemical information it provides is crucial with a view to making correct decisions in these two complementary fields.
  6. The classical relationship between Analytical Chemistry and quality has materialized in ISO 17025:2005, which is the reference for laboratory accreditation.
  7. Develop and implement training workshops for postgraduate students.
  8. Provide mentoring and support for young faculty and researchers who will become leaders of their field.
  9. Develop and maintain a vital, supportive and collegial work/study environment.


Pharmaceutical Chemistry


Pharmaceutical Chemistry is a core discipline within the Pharmaceutical Sciences. It is centrally engaged in the drug discovery process, mainly focusing on lead identification, lead optimization, structure-activity relationship investigations, and Pharmacopoeial requirements of drugs.


In education, the pharmaceutical chemistry department is committed to top-quality academic teaching to ensure that our students will fulfill the needs and strong demands of highly qualified and motivated pharmacist in the pharmaceutical fields.

In research field, our target is to proceed and develop high quality, professional, challenging, and innovate researchers to compete with global publications. Moreover, improving their good thinking, problem-solving skills and work collaboratively as a member of professional researches team.


The pharmaceutical chemistry is a wide scope field of physical, chemical, analytical, and biological sciences, where the undergraduate students gain basic knowledge in these interrelated fields to be the future expert scientist to discover, develop new therapeutics. In our department, our teams conduct research adopting novel technologies, with the aim of discovering, synthesizing, and developing novel drugs that have lower side effects and better health outcome on the patients, such as the fields of cancer therapy, antiviral, anti-infectious agents, anti-inflammatory drugs, hormones, cardiovascular and anti-convulsant drugs.

Strategic Goals
  1. Developing the student’s learning outcomes by integrating pharmaceutical knowledge from fundamental and pharmaceutical sciences to handle, identify, design, synthesize, and analyze pharmaceutical drugs.
  2. Enhancing the student’s ability to recall knowledge from fundamental sciences to explain the pharmacological action of drugs.
  3. The student can apply scientific literature professionally, collect and interpret data to enhance professional decisions.
  4. The student can distinguish and critically analyze newly emerging issues influencing the pharmaceutical industry and patient health care.
  5. Enhancing the student`s ability to use the acquired information to isolate, identify, synthesize, purify, analyze, and standardize pharmaceutical materials from synthetic origin.
  6. The student can recognize the principles of various tools and instruments in the pharmaceutical industry alongside selecting the appropriate techniques for synthesis and analysis of raw materials and production of pharmaceutical products.
  7. Strengthening the student’s personal skills by sharing and participating effectively in teamwork and show leadership skills.
  8. The student can apply critical thinking in retrieving information, identify and critically analyze information to solve problems effectively in a team.
  9. The student can apply writing and presentation skills using modern information technology and media skills and keep lifelong learning independently to develop his professional skills.
  10. Conducting research in pharmaceutical chemistry specialty in labs of the Department and the Faculty, encouragement of publishing scientific papers in specialized scientific journals, and attending conferences and workshops to enrich scientific research and to gain skills and experience.



The Department of Biochemistry is dedicated to elucidating and comprehending the biochemical basis of life. The department is recognized by its academic excellence in the quality of its educational and research programs, as well as its commitment to community service, which has earned it regional, national, and international acclaim.


Developing globally competitive professionals with remarkable leadership, communication, and teamwork abilities who can contribute to Egypt’s and the world’s exceptional talent pool in the field of education.

Conducting cutting-edge multidisciplinary approaches to critical problems in biology and pharmacy while adhering to the highest international research standards.


Educating students advanced biochemistry and conducting high-quality research that benefits medical and scientific societies as well as human health.

We entice the brightest academic, research, and technical personnel who are provided the appropriate environment and opportunities encourage their development. Our staff provides top-notch academic programs in Biochemistry, and graduates depart with a thorough understanding of the fundamental principles and practices of the discipline.

We promote a collaborative environment that encourages transferable skills and research ethics in our graduates. We deliver superior biochemical science education in accredited programs and undertake world-class research.

Strategic Goals
  • Development of the student’s cognitive outcome by introducing basic biochemical interactions and clinical chemistry of the human body.
  • Teaching courses assigned to the department to students using advanced technological approaches.
  • Providing students with some information about contemporary discoveries in modern sciences including molecular biology, genetic engineering, and disease detection, both theoretical and practical.
  • Employment non-traditional methods in teaching and learning.
  • Development of student’s practical, technical, and critical thinking abilities by teaching them to understand and apply various biochemical research methodologies, such as centrifugation and calorimetry, as well as analyzing, interpreting, and translating clinical data for normal and diseased human samples used in medical studies.
  • Increase student’s interaction with the department staff members.
  • Continuous improvement of teaching courses to enable the training of a pharmacist capable of meeting the labor market and community’s needs.
  • Development of students’ ethical and scientific values ​​ by conducting direct conversations or giving instructions on the ethics, origins, and applications of using biochemical and clinical information in various pharmacist work sectors.
  • Development of scientific research and projects in the department.
  • Raising overall department’s awareness of quality ideas and how to execute them.

Microbiology and Immunology


The Department of Microbiology and Immunology is responsible for teaching different techniques and methods that can be used in isolation, identification, diagnosis, and analyzing the microbial samples following the recent and advanced techniques.


The Department of Microbiology and Immunology in our college believes that teaching and research in the fields of microbiology and immunology are vital to improving health and safety worldwide. Through the given courses in our department, we are developing the knowledge of our students in the different fields of microbiology and immunology including, infectious diseases, inflammation, and immunity


Our aim is to educate students about the basic features of fundamental microbiology including; bacteriology, virology and mycology and to provide them with an understanding of the immune system, its role in the pathophysiology of infectious and non-infectious diseases and its protective functions. As well, to familiarize students with the common infections and diseases of medical importance, their microbial causes, as well as laboratory diagnosis, treatment, prevention and control of such diseases, besides, enabling the students to practice the principles of sterilization and infection control measures and policies.

Strategic Goals
  • Our main goal is dedicated to superiority in research with the final goal of improving human health.
  • Directing and teaching the next generation of biomedical research scientists.
  • Meeting global challenges.
  • Sharing knowledge in different fields of fundamental, molecular genetics, environmental, pharmaceutical, and applied biology of microbes, besides infection control.
  • Alignment between educational activities and research.
  • Almost all of the studies in the department are associated with laboratory and/or tutorial sessions that result in the graduation of creative, competent, and internationally competitive human resources.

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry


The Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry Department is one of the important pillars of the college of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing – Misr University for Science and Technology, where the department contributes to achieving the vision and mission of the college and the university to prepare an advanced pharmacist who keeps pace with recent developments in the field of the drug industry worldwide. Conforms to reference academic standards, to support acquiring of self-learning skills.

To able to synthesize and develop drugs, mass production economically in the face of the growing numbers of diseases.

To achieve this aim, students are provided with the fundamental principles of different classes of organic chemistry of aliphatic, aromatic and heterocyclic compounds. In addition, principles of stereochemistry and the relationship between the three-dimensional structure of molecules and biological activity. Moreover, study the processes of identification, preparation and purification of some organic compounds can be used as pro-drugs, and uses spectroscopic tools (infrared, nuclear magnetic resonance, ultraviolet, and mass spectrometry) to elucidate the molecular structure of organic compounds.

This is in parallel with the development of research in the pharmaceutical and chemical industries from raw materials and auxiliary materials through conducting scientific research that contributes to the development and production of new drugs with high biological efficacy and fewer side effects, while working according to specific mechanisms and standards aimed at serving both the environment and society.


Provide learning experiences based on the best educational practices for all students served by the department. Provide teaching based on the latest and most advanced trends in different fields of pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry.


The vision of the department of Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry is a part of a cooperative effort throughout the College to achieve its vision by fully preparing students for various aspects of Pharmaceutical Organic chemistry.

We envision our students becoming skilled and competent in all topics covered by the department, including organic reactions, their mechanisms, synthesis of organic molecules, and elucidation of structures.

Strategic Goals
  1. Prepare students for professional pharmacy practice and develop their skills through studying pharmaceutical organic chemistry.
  2. Provide the student with ethics and professional values that qualify him to work in various pharmaceutical fields
  3. Develop students’ interaction towards uncovering the problems of the surrounding environment and develop their solving skills towards the advancement of the regional community.
  4. Participate in the fields of pharmaceutical manufacturing, analysis, and quality control


Pharmacology and Toxicology


The Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology is interested in graduating pharmacists with a wide scientific knowledge of different types of drugs and their interactions, side effects and toxicity. The department is also interested in conducting new research in various fields such as liver diseases and nervous system diseases.


The vision of the Department is to become a top-ranked research academic center in the disciplines of Pharmacology and Toxicology and to provide graduate education to students in a variety of research tracks. This vision is not only to prepare the undergraduate students for their future success in life, but also help them to develop a precise scientific outlook so that they can serve the Pharmacy and other Health-related professions in the best possible way, thereby improving the quality of life.


To provide the community with qualified graduates to practice in various pharmaceutical fields in accordance with international standards, conduct innovative research and offer professional services for health care promotion. The department maintains a leadership role in developing new technologies and conducting drug therapy related research inclusive of basic and clinical sciences.

Strategic Goals
  1. Developing study programs to keep pace with the needs of the labor market.
  2. Raising the efficiency of the members of the research department by holding training courses that serve their practical fields.
  3. Activate and implement the department’s research plan and direct it to serve the community in line with the college and university research policy.
  4. Urging the department’s cadres to participate in the various quality activities.

Dean's word
Strategic Goals
Scientific journal

College Mission

The College of Pharmacy at Misr University for Science and Technology is committed to preparing pharmacists who adhere to the values and ethics of the pharmacy profession and who are able to compete locally and regionally through advanced academic programs that meet the needs of the labor market using modern technological techniques. The college is also keen to support applied scientific research in the fields of drug industry and patient health, provide community services, and achieve effective partnerships with the internal and external community intended for sustainable development.

College Vision

The college seeks to be an internationally distinguished institution in the field of pharmacy in order to develop the pharmacy profession and achieve Egypt’s Vision 2030

Dean's word

My dear student, students today and colleagues tomorrow. Happy new academic year, congratulations for joining the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Manufacturing – Misr University for Science and Technology, an accredited college by the Quality Assurance Authority. The college aspires to graduate students at the highest scientific, skillful and behavioral level who are able to compete and face challenges in the local, regional and international job market. This will not be possible unless by adopting strategies based on modern teaching methods and interactive learning for enriching the students’ skills and effective research and community participation to achieve the goals of sustainable development and to improve our dear country, Egypt. My students, the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Manufacturing is full of human competencies, as it includes a number of distinguished professors and scientists in all fields of pharmaceutical sciences. I advise you to have good manners and adherence to the original values of our society, in addition, try to have sense of belonging to the family … belonging to the university … belonging to the homeland, since the path to the success of any nation is achieved only via belonging. May Allah benefit you with what He loves and pleases Him You have my sincere regards and best wishes

Dean of the College

Prof. Dr. Rehab Ahmed Abdelmonem

Strategic Goals

  1. Quality assurance to maintain sustainable academic accreditation in line with developments in NAQAAE
  2. Continuous improvement and development based on the opinions of beneficiaries
  3. Enhancing the college’s competitive position and keeping pace with developments based on Egypt’s Vision 2030
  4. A trained pharmacist capable of innovation and competition locally and regionally
  5. Continuous development of human resources skills and capabilities
  6. Increasing the motivation of the applied scientific research system to develop a sustainable pharmaceutical industry
  7. Continuously updating postgraduate programs in accordance with academic regulations and keeping pace with developments
  8. Activating community participation and linking it to the scientific aspect
  9.  Partnering with governmental and non-governmental development bodies and agencies built on the foundations of community service

About Journal:

JPSDM is an esteemed scientific journal affiliated with the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing at Misr University for Science and Technology. Comprising ten distinguished departments, including Industrial Pharmacy, Pharmacology and Toxicology, Pharmaceutics, Clinical Pharmacy, Biochemistry, Organic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Microbiology and Immunology, and Pharmaceutical Chemistry. The journal serves as a platform for cutting-edge research within the pharmaceutical and medical sciences domains.

Embracing a commitment to fostering advancements in drug development, manufacturing methodologies, and pharmaceutical innovations, JPSDM welcomes original research articles, reviews, and case report papers from experts and practitioners worldwide. Our mission is to facilitate the dissemination of high-quality, peer-reviewed research that significantly contributes to the evolution and enhancement of pharmaceutical sciences and drug manufacturing practices.

Copyright Policy:

The journal allows the author(s) to hold the copyright, and to retain publishing rights without any restrictions.

Open Access:

The journal is an open-access journal. Users have the right to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of articles under the following conditions: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

For more information: 

This work is licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/


The journal has a strict policy against plagiarism. All submitted manuscripts are checked for plagiarism using professional plagiarism-checking software. Submitted manuscripts with an unacceptable similarity index resulting from plagiarism are rejected immediately.


Organizational Structure

Students Affairs

Vice Dean's word
Strategic Goals


Providing an effective academic environment that provides educational and student services that enable the preparation of pharmaceutical candidates capable of innovation, creative thinking and leadership through a system characterized by quality and mastery and that can deal with modern technologies and improve educational practices in accordance with national and international academic accreditation standards.



A distinguished academic education and learning system to graduate a pharmacist in accordance with the national academic reference standards that meet the needs of the local and regional labor market and advanced pharmaceutical manufacturing.

Dean's word

The College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing – Misr University for Science and Technology is committed to graduate pharmacists according to National Academic Reference Standards (NARS), who meet the needs of the local and regional labor market and the requirements of advanced drug manufacturing. Graduates should perform innovative scientific research and provide community pharmaceutical care, training, and scientific counseling within ethical values. The College Vice Dean for Education and Students Affairs is therefore responsible for everything related to the academic and educational aspects of the college, derived from the college vision, mission, and strategic objectives that focus on education quality through the development of academic and training plans and programs following quality standards. The College Vice Dean for Education and Student Affairs considers the care for our students an inherent responsibility by communicating with them and supporting them, expanding student activity, and active student participation.

Vice Dean for Education & Students Affairs

 Ass. Prof. Doaa Hussien Hassan

Strategic Goals

  • Developing the teaching and learning system
  • Improving the student evaluation system
  • Raising the skills and competitive capabilities of students and graduates and providing clinical training for students
  • Developing the capabilities of faculty members to increase their contribution to the effectiveness of the educational process
  • Supporting student activities
  • Developing the academic advising system
  • Increasing the attraction of international students
  • Updating the facilities that support the teaching and learning system
  • Continuous development of student affairs management

Admission Requirements

  •  Admission Policy

           Misr University for Science and Technology (MUST) admits qualified students regardless of
           race, color, religion, gender, or national origin.
           The university follows the rules and regulations of admission set forth by the Supreme
           Council of Universities and the Presidential Decree 245 / 1996.

  •  General Admission Rules

            All applicants, irrespective of the type of secondary school certificate they hold should
            • Completed a minimum of eleven years of regular schooling before admission to the
            • Passed all subjects qualifying for admission into the various colleges as set forth by the
               Supreme Council of Universities.
            • The minimum acceptable score for admission into the various colleges is announced at
               the beginning of each academic year.
            • All applicants should submit original certificates, diplomas, transcripts, and
            • Holders of certificates or diplomas from other countries should have their certificates
               and diplomas authenticated by the educational authorities issuing them and the
               Egyptian embassies in these countries.
            • Holders of American High School Diploma and secondary school certificates from
               Russia and East European countries must have their diplomas and certificate
               authenticated by the Egyptian cultural attaché in each country.

Rules and regulation

  • The Credit System

Graduation requirements for each college are specified in standard units called credits. One
semester credit hour represents one hour of lecture or 2 hours of lab or practical work each week
for 16 weeks.

  • The Academic Semester System

The university follows the semester system in which the academic year is divided into two
instructional semesters of 16 weeks each.
An eight-week summer session is also available after the second semester.

  •  Credits and Contact Hours

The academic value of each course is stated in semester credits. Each credit is normally
earned by attending one (50 minute) hour of lecture per week for the entire semester or by
attending a laboratory or practical period of two or three hours per week.

Each course states the number of semester credits assigned to the course as well as the
number of lecture contact hours and lab or practical contact hours.

  • Graduation Requirements

To be awarded the bachelor’s degree, students must complete the required credit hours in
courses in which the grades are D or better and must earn a cumulative grade point average of
1.5 or better. These requirements must be completed within the period specified for each

For the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences DRUG MANUFACTURING: A minimum of 189
credit hours are to be completed within a maximum of 9 years. Students will register for 12
credits as minimum and 20 credits as maximum per week. A student may be allowed to register
for 23 credits at the last graduation semester.

  • Drop-and-Add Courses

During the first two weeks at the beginning of each semester, students are allowed to
change their registration by adding or dropping courses after consulting their academic
advisors—provided they do not exceed the maximum credits allowed. “Drop-and-Add Forms”
are available at the Registrar’s Office. Check the university calendar for the drop-and-add

  • Course Withdrawal

Students may withdraw a particular course (or courses) if they find (through quizzes and
mid-term exam) that they will be unable to complete that course successfully. In such case, the
student must file a “Withdrawal Form” after consulting the academic advisor and the course
instructor. Courses withdrawn before the deadline for course withdrawal will have a “W” in the
grade report. These courses are not counted toward graduation and their credits are not used to
compute the GPA. Courses withdrawn after the deadline of course withdrawal automatically
receive a failing grade “F” and their credit points are used to compute the GPA. English language
courses (ENGL 101) and (ENGL 102) may not be withdrawn from. No refund will be given for
courses withdrawn.

  • Incomplete

If a student faces unanticipated circumstances that would prevent him/her from
completing the requirements of a course—such as sudden illness—during the final he/she may
ask for an Incomplete (I) in this course. A petition has to be submitted to the college dean stating
reasons for requesting “incomplete” and enlacing supporting evidence. Students who have done
unsatisfactory work in quizzes and mid-term examination are not eligible for incomplete.

If after careful scrutiny the petition is accepted, “a request for an incomplete form” has to
be filed specifying the requirements the student has to fulfil to complete the course and the date
suggested for meeting such requirement. After successful completion of the requirements, the
instructor would fill in “a change of grade form”. If the requirements are not completed in due
date or before the end of the following semester, an “incomplete” will automatically be changed
to an “F”.

Students who have an “incomplete” in any course during a semester will lose the fee
reduction scholarships in the following semester.

  • Repeating Courses

If a student fails in a required course, he has to repeat the same course, but if he fails in an
elective course, he may repeat the course or take another elective course instead after consulting
his academic advisor and the approval of the college dean. Students are not allowed to repeat
courses they have already taken with a passing grade of “D” or better.

  • Class Attendance Regulations

Students should attend all classes for which they are registered to obtain maximum
educational benefits. Absence or lateness does not excuse students from required course work.
Students whose absence record exceeds 25 % of course hours are not allowed to sit for the final
exam and receive a failing grade “F” in that course.

  • Grading System

Semester grades are reported by letter only. The scale of grades and grade points are as

GradeWritten GradePointspercentage
A+Excellent495 – 100
AExcellent490 – >95
A-Excellent3.685 – >90
B+Verry Good3.380 – >85
BVerry Good375 – >80
B-Verry Good2.772 – >75
C+Good2.370 – > 72
CGood265 – > 70
C-Pass1.763 – >65
D+Pass1.362 – > 63
DPass160 – > 62

* No points are given and they are not counted in the GPA

  • Grade Point Average GPA and CGPA

           Grade point Average (GPA) is computed each semester to show the student’s academic
            standing. It is computed by multiplying each course credits by the grade points corresponding to
            the grade received, then adding all points earned and dividing the total by the number of credits
            in the semester. As the student progresses in his study, his transcript will show a grade point
            average for each semester as well as a cumulative grade point average CGPA of all courses
            taken in different semesters. Students should earn a successful grade in each course studied.

            On graduation a general CGPA is calculated by adding the grade points for all courses
             studied and dividing the grand total by the total number of credits required for graduation.






Field Training Instructions

Plan of a Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy

PharmD and PharmD-Clinical Pharmacy

Initial Field Training:

Students must complete an initial field training period covering 100 hours of actual training in one of the pharmaceutical institutions—private, governmental pharmacies, hospital pharmacies, etc.— approved by the College Council under the supervision of a faculty staff member. Training takes place during the summer vacations for the study years after the end of the third level and before the start of the internship year

Training Mechanism:

  1. The field training committee clarifies the mechanisms for supervising field training for students by publishing their outlines on the college’s official website.
  2. After the end of the third-year exams, the Field Training Committee distributes the students among the academic supervisors of the college staff members.
  3. Each academic supervisor in the field training creates a virtual class on Microsoft Teams to add his students to the training to facilitate communication and follow-up.
  4. The academic supervisor provides students with evaluation reports and questionnaires necessary to be completed by the training organization and by the student through uploading the files of the reports and questionnaires onto Teams.
  5. After students complete the training, they submit the required reports and questionnaires, signed and sealed on the file of the academic supervisor, provided that the delivery date is during April (the end of the 5th year) of each academic year.
  6. The academic supervisor makes sure that the required papers are completed and puts all the papers, including reports, questionnaires, and forms for each student separately, in a file for the student.
  7. The academic supervisor sends reports and questionnaires of each student and the combined follow-up report of all his students to the Field Training Committee


Graduation ceremony of class 2023

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Post-Graduate Studies and Research

Vice Dean's word
Strategic Objectives


The College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing is committed to conducting innovative scientific research and specialized postgraduate studies and presenting scientific seminars and workshops within the framework of scientific research ethics


Upgrading the scientific and research level of the college, actively participating in the international ranking of the university, and solving health and drug problems through innovative research that follows the research plan of the university and the state

Vice Dean's word

Scientific research is the cornerstone of development in all pharmaceutical fields, as it guides progress in pharmaceutical industry to discover novel treatments for diseases. On the other hand, postgraduate studies can produce generations of scientists and specialists who, by virtue of their ideas and innovations, can achieve prosperous future to our country. The College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing, Misr University for Science and Technology has a prominent role in postgraduate studies and applied scientific research by offering distinguished postgraduate programs, and spreading scientific awareness through innovative courses, seminars, workshops, and supporting applied scientific research that achieves the vision of the university and the state for scientific research

Prof. Maha Ali Eissa

Vice Dean for Postgraduate Studies & Research

Strategic Objectives

  1. Supporting the applied scientific research system for the development
  2. Activating postgraduate studies according to the study plan
  3. Developing human capital and supporting excellence and innovation
  4. Enhancing the goals of sustainable development and global competitiveness

Admission Rules

Academic year and Enrollment Dates

  • The academic year for postgraduate studies begins in proportion to the academic calendar of the university and is within two weeks of the beginning of the study at the university and is announced in July of each year and continues for one academic year. The study will be for two semesters (Fall semester and Spring semester), followed by a study vacation, then at the end of each semester exams are determined by the College Council. The College Council may decide to open a summer semester (July and August) for a period of eight weeks, including exams, with doubling the number of teaching hours per week
  • Applications for admission to a master’s degree are submitted to the Postgraduate Studies sector in the college once per year during August, and admission result is announced the early of September after completing all the documents and paying the fees. Provided that the registration of the teaching assistants appointed in the scientific department of the college providing the master’s program is completed before considering the registration of students applying from outside the university

The Study is based on the credit hours system

  • The college adopts the credit hours system for study
  • The credit hour is a unit of measurement to determine the weight of each course in one semester. It is equivalent to 1 hour theoretical lecture per week or 2-3 hrs/week of laboratory or applied exercises throughout the semester
  • A student is allowed to register in the Fall and Spring semesters for not more than 14 credit hours per semester. The student is also allowed to register in the summer semester for not more than 6 credit hours
  • After the approval of the Department offering the master’s program and according to the nature of courses, the College Council may decide to teach one or more courses in the blended education, so that the study in the course is 60-70% face-to-face and 30-40% by distance education system or by any other means. Provided that this is presented to the University Council of Postgraduate Studies for approval and submitted to the University Council for approval
  • Fifty marks are allocated for evaluation of one credit hour evaluation

Admission Guidelines

The following is required for a student to be enrolled for a master’s degree:

  1. Holds a Bachelor’s degree in pharmacy with a general grade at least Good from one of the faculties of pharmacy in Egyptian universities or any other scientific institute certified by the Supreme Council of Universities, as well as a grade of at least very good in the average of the specialized courses as determined by the relevant department council
  2. The student should devote himself to studying at least two days per week during the Pre-Masters study
  3. The student is admitted after fulfilling the following general conditions:

    Obtaining the approval of the relevant department council.

    Completion of all documents required by the Postgraduate Studies sector of the college (Bachelor’s degree – grades certificate – military status “males only”- birth certificate).

    Employer’s approval of student’s study in the postgraduate degree for which he is applying, as well as granting him the required time to study and identifying the location for performing laboratory experiments for students’ practical research

  4. The department council may add other requirements that seem necessary for admission to new students and determine the number of accepted students according to the capabilities available in the department and college. The number of students is determined by the Pharmaceutical Studies Sector Committee according to the human capabilities of the department and the college
  5. A postgraduate student may not enroll his name in more than one diploma or higher academic degree at the same time, whether in his university or in any other university or institute

Academic hours and its distribution

The total number of credit hours for obtaining a master’s degree is 42 credit hours according to the following:  

8 credit hours                                      General Courses

12 credit hours                                    Compulsory special courses

4 credit hours                                      Elective special courses

18 credit hours                                    A scientific thesis on a research topic determined by the principal                                                                       supervisor and approved by department council’s offering the                                                                             master’s  degree program, the Postgraduate Studies and Research                                                                       Committee  Research and the College Council

Shanghai Global Ranking of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023

The College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing is pleased to announce the remarkable progress in its scientific publication over the past three years. Our academic members have been actively engaged in cutting-edge research, resulting in a significant increase in the number of published papers in high-impact journals. As a result of this outstanding performance, the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing, Misr University for Science and Technology, has been recognized globally. In the Shanghai academic ranking in the field of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences for the year 2022, our college was ranked among the top 400 universities worldwide and 12th in Egypt. This rocketing trend continued, leading to our current ranking among the top 300 universities worldwide in the Shanghai Global Ranking of Pharmaceutical Sciences for the year 2023.

Postgraduate Bylaw 2021-2022

Postgraduate Guide

Code of Ethics

Researchers accounts


Industrial Pharmacy

Clinical Pharmacy


  • Assistant Professor. Hussieny Abdelmuhsen Hussieny Elgendy (ORCID ID(00000-0003-4544-4820)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Lecturer. Fahem Abdelraheem Sayed Ahmed (ORCID ID()   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Lecturer. Rafik Mounir Nassif Farajallah (ORCID ID(0000-0002-1083-3992)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Lecturer. Kamel Mahmoud Kamel Mahmoud Saleh  (ORCID ID(0000-0002-2633-6544)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Lecturer. Esraa Mahmoud Kadry Mohamed  (ORCID ID(0000-0003-4106-1451)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Lecturer. Osama Ahmed El-Sabagh  (ORCID ID(0000-0002-0173-5522)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Assistant Lecturer. Abdelrahman Adel Abdelrahman Ziada  (ORCID ID(0000-0002-1002-8280)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Assistant Lecturer. Salma Mahmoud Raafat Abdelfattah Kandeel  (ORCID ID(0000-0003-0661-7733)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Assistant Lecturer. Salah Lotfy Nassar  (ORCID ID(0000-0002-2575-7515)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Assistant Lecturer. Sarah Samir Mohamed Gharib  (ORCID ID(0000-0002-3868-8002)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Assistant Lecturer. Tahany Ahmed  (ORCID ID(000-0002-1343-2334)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Assistant Lecturer. Wesam Ragab Senosy  (ORCID ID(0000-0002-1809-8005)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Assistant Lecturer. Dina Mostafa Elhady  (ORCID ID(0000-0002-8254-4284)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Ahmed Maghawry Mohamed Mosad Shamlool  (ORCID ID(0000-0003-4930-5449)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Hamada Sadki Mohamed  (ORCID ID(0000-0001-9023-9768)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Eman Elsaid Ahmed Hassan  (ORCID ID()   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Arwa kamal Mohamed Abdallah  (ORCID ID()   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Esraa Zakaria Mahran  (ORCID ID()   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Esraa Zakaria Mahran  (ORCID ID()   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)

Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry

  • Professor. Laila Elsayed Abdel Fattah (ORCID ID(0000-0001-8430-3727)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Lecturer. Samah Sabry Saad AbdelLatif (ORCID ID(000-0002-0161-6937)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Lecturer. Mai Mohamed Abd El-Aziz (ORCID ID(0000-0002-6914-1077)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Lecturer. Omar Shaaban Omar Ahmed (ORCID ID()   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Israa Adel Mohamed Wahba (ORCID ID(0000-0002-9169-1454)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Assistant Lecturer. Engy Ashraf Ibrahim Mohamed El-Shemy (ORCID ID(0000-0003-1527-2861)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Moataz hamdy hassan (ORCID ID(0000-0002-3788-5119)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Hamees Abdelaty Adawy Kenawy (ORCID ID(0000-0002-0406-4648)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Mahmoud Atef Afifi Soliman (ORCID ID(0000-0002-7217-0573)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Mai Hesham Abdelfattah Ahmed (ORCID ID(0000-0003-4227-2525)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Basant Abdelmoez Aboelmagd (ORCID ID()   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Norhan mohamed taha (ORCID ID(0000-0001-6252-3788)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Walaa Khalid Mohamed Nassar (ORCID ID(0000-0001-7063-1551)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Maryam Elshazely (ORCID ID()   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Salma Nadi Ali (ORCID ID(0000-0002-5029-9982)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)
  • Demonstrator. Mai Hesham Abdelfattah Ahmed (ORCID ID(0000-0003-4227-2525)   |   Scopus ID   |  Google Scholar Profile)

Pharmaceutical Chemistry


Microbiology and Immunology

Pharmaceutical Organic chemistry

Pharmacology and Toxicology



Community Service and Environment Development

Vice Dean's word


The voice of the community either internal or external on the top of priorities of the committee, consequently, the committee takes the responsibility of organizing broad community surveys which can reflect the views of the community and being the nuclei of starting to plan and organize any community service project. The participation of students, researchers, and faculty community, in planning and organizing of any community service projects is the predominant factor for spreading awareness and establishing an effective relationship in all community scopes


The Community Service and Environmental Development Affairs Committee at the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing aims to be an effective entity. The role of committee is focusing on contribution to the organization and implementation of various community service and environmental development programs aligned with community requirements throughout the effective partnership between the college and community achieved by studying the needs of community and developing measurable strategies for fulfilling

Vice Dean's word

Based on the basic role of the University and the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing in the dissemination of the culture of social solidarity between all categories either internal or external among the members of the community. It was necessary to have a plan for active community participation aims to an effective exchange between the college and society through the effective role of the different committees, each according to the specialization

“Vice Dean for Community Service and Environmental Development”

Prof. Dr. Naglaa Abdelkhalek



The main objective of the Vice Dean for Community Service and Environmental Development is to serve the community and meet its needs through the following objectives:

1. Preparing practical and applied plans related to environmental and social problems and conducting studies and research that help solve social problems and improve the educational process within the Egyptian environment and society

2. Spreading sound thinking to update study systems and programs the light of the needs of society and the environment in a way that enhances the community confidence in the academic programs offered by the college

3. Stimulating, encouraging and developing the awareness of faculty members, their assistants, and students on community participation and their role in protecting the environment, enhancing their affiliation with the college and the community, and building positive attitudes towards their community and environment.

4. Maintaining the integrity of the college internal environment, protecting it from pollution and rationalizing the use of resources such as water and energy

5. Involving community parties (schools, youth and sports centers, NGOs, governmental organizations, pharmaceutical companies and factories) in the college activities

6. Working to increase the community parties satisfaction with the college activities and to build bridges of cooperation with business organizations, various institutions and charities with the college in solving the problems of the local community

7. Contributing to the preparation of consensual relations between the three sectors of the college (student affairs, postgraduate studies, and the environment).

8. Expanding the partnership channels between the college, hospitals, drug factories and pharmacy chains in order to support field training and in-service training for the teacher.

9. Expanding programs of a distinguished community nature, training courses and technical consultations, visiting their efficiency and effectiveness in serving the community, and finding solutions to the health problems facing the community

10. Marketing the services provided by the college in various fields to activate the role of the college in community service

11. Activating the college role in qualifying graduates for the labor market.

12. Maximizing the college role in serving the community in the cultural, social and environmental development fields


Carnival and Eid al -Adha clothing exhibition - 23/6/2023

World No Tobacco Day - 31/5/2023

Garage sale - 24/5/2023

Delivery of a new batch of medicines from the initiative, take advantage of your home pharmacy for good - 29/5/2023

Scientific Camp - 23/2/2023


"Utilize your Home Pharmacy for the Good”

The Community Service Committees had announced the initiative within and outside the university, and effective contributions were made. Then, medications were examined to ensure their safety and distributed to charitable institutions such as Mersal and Dr. Mostafa Mahmoud Charity Association. To ensure the initiative’s sustainability, awareness campaigns have been undertaken for students and staff, along with the periodic supply of these medications to both Mersal Foundation and Dr. Mostafa Mahmoud Charity Association

"'Mothers Shape the Future' Initiative, under the Slogan 'We're with you,' in Support of Single Mothers"

Small projects were presented to support single mothers, encouraging them to participate in a handicraft exhibition. Advertisements and invitations were created, trainers for various crafts were selected, brochures were distributed, posters were made, and certificates of appreciation were awarded to the participants who secured the first positions. Schools were established to teach various crafts, opening new job opportunities for trainees.

"Give your Clothes a New Life”

The Community Service and Environmental Development Committees have collected unused clothes and distributed them to the underprivileged in several batches. This reflects their belief in serving the community, fostering solidarity among its members, adopting an optimal resource utilization policy, and avoiding the wastage of resources. This initiative, along with other events such as the Eid Carnival and garage sale, all aim towards sustainability.

"The Gratitude Initiative for the Elderly"

Several events took place during the Month of Gratitude for the Elderly, such as entertainment parties in collaboration with the Smile Maker team, health check-ups in cooperation with the College of Medicine and the College of Dentistry, and a visit to the Jasmine Palace, a home for elderly care.

Quality Assurance Unit


In accordance with Law No. 101 of 1992 establishing private universities and its executive regulations and based on the decision of the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Misr University for Science and Technology No. (9) dated 9-18-2007 regarding the approval of the establishment of the Quality Assurance and Accreditation Center at Misr University for Science and Technology and based on Article 3 of this decision to establish a Quality Assurance Unit in each college.

 The Dean of the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing issued  Decision No. (11) of 2007 dated 11/11/2007 to form the Board of Directors of the Quality Assurance Unit at the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing, Misr University for Science and Technology No. (12) of 2007, then Resolution No. (4) of 2009, the latest of which is Resolution No.

(6)  for the year 2010, the unit manager and his deputy were also assigned by Resolution No. (9) for the year 2010 on 10/10/2010 and it was updated by Resolution No. 9 for the year 2013 on 12/1/2013.

 According to the establishment decision, the Quality Assurance Unit is considered a unit within the internal structure of the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing and is affiliated with the Dean of the College.

 The unit is considered a center for spreading the thought and culture of quality in the college community and contributes to the development of the capabilities of college members, the assisting staff, and administrators in everything related to managing quality systems.

 The unit continuously evaluates the college performance in all areas of the college work, whether at the level of institutional capacity or educational effectiveness.

The work of the unit is regulated by an executive regulation and an updated and approved organizational structure that includes a precise definition of the powers and responsibilities of the unit as well as its various committees.


The Quality Assurance Unit at the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing at Misr University for Science and Technology is committed to providing technical support to the executive committees of the unit to improve the efficiency of the faculty members, the supporting staff, and the administrative staff and to maintain a distinguished level of quality of education, scientific research, scientific activities, community service, and environmental development at the college in line with high moral values and in light of accreditation standards for colleges and institutes of higher education.


The Quality Assurance Unit of the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing aims to be an internationally accredited unit

Strategic Goals

The Quality Assurance Unit at the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing—Misr University of Science and Technology—aims to evaluate academic, administrative, and community performance to develop educational and research processes, community service, and environmental development in order to attain accreditation renewal by the National Authority for Educational Quality Assurance and Acreditation through:

  1. Spreading the culture of quality among those affiliated with the college, including college staff members, assistant college members, students, and the administrative staff
  2. Motivating college members and assisting staff towards quality and improving performance
  3. Describing and documenting the college’s activities annually
  4. Establishing a database for future comparison
  5. Identifying points of strength and weakness in the fields of education, scientific research, and community services, exploiting available opportunities, and avoiding potential threats to the college’s service
  6. Developing appropriate plans to enhance the college’s points of strength and work on the points that need improvement
  7. Following up on the preparation, review, and update of the program and course specifications in accordance with quality standards
  8. Conducting internal and external annual audits in line with the college’s strategy
  9. Analyzing questionnaires illustrating the opinions of students, college members, assisting staff, and civil society regarding the educational process
  10. Taking corrective measures based on the results of the questionnaire analysis and setting up meetings for continuous development
  11. Providing the necessary technical support to the unit executive committees, departments, and college administrations to help them carry out their duties towards the quality assurance system
  12. Ongoing follow-up and evaluation preceding the renewal of the continuous academic accreditation

Organizational Structure

Academic Study Plans

  1. Academic Study Plan for the Bachelor Degree in Pharmacy (PharmD)

2. Academic Study Plan for the Bachelor Degree in Pharmacy (PharmD – Clinical Pharmacy)


1- Drug Information Center (DIC)


The Drug Information Center (DIC) is a valuable resource that provides accurate and up-to-date information about medications and pharmaceuticals. It serves as a hub for healthcare professionals, patients, and the general public to access reliable information regarding various aspects of drug use.


The mission of the Drug Information Center is to provide accurate, reliable, and up-to-date information on medications and drug-related topics to healthcare professionals, patients, and the public.


Our vision is to be a trusted source of comprehensive drug information that empowers individuals to make informed decisions about their healthcare


Pharmaceutical Consulting:

The primary function of the Drug Information Center is to respond to inquiries on therapeutic drug use. The DIC is additionally concerned with providing information when there is a knowledge gap or when the question requires more thorough research.

Awareness Campaigns:

The campaigns aim to focus the attention of people on the most recent and common health issues and arrange for events to spread awareness and knowledge about the most recent medical and pharmaceutical concerns.

Education and Training:

Providing information to health professionals and the public is part and parcel of ongoing health education, in addition to training graduate and undergraduate students to understand the scope and functions of the DIC

DIC Newsletter

2- Student Experimental Factory (SEF-MUST)



Utilizing all available human and material resources and implying a policy of minimizing wastes is the base of our unit


Presenting research, training and production services and special services that comply with the governmental policy


  1. Training programs
  2. Porduction service
  3. Academic consultation and research services.
  4. Renting research equipment

3- Alumni Follow-Up



Alumni Follow-Up (AFU) is a committee of the College Agency for Community Service and Environmental Development – College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing, MUST.



AFU is looking forward to achieving a high level of performance in communication, continuous guidance, and efficient follow up with college graduates of Misr University for Science and Technology. Moreover, it aims at identifying and providing all possible needs to develop the capabilities of our graduates in accordance with the college mission to prepare them in distinct qualifications, to fulfil the challenging needs of the market, and to provide good job opportunities in various pharmaceutical fields for our graduates.



AFU aspires to be the best Alumni Follow-Up committee at the local, regional, and international level

4- Animal house


The first international scientific conference of the college

"Future Trends and Innovations in Pharmacy" October 27-28, 2018


The college of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Manufacturing held an international scientific conference entitled “Future Trends and Innovations in Pharmacy” from October 27-28, 2018 at the Hilton Pyramids Golf Hotel. In the field of medicine and pharmacy, the college organized the conference under the auspices of Prof. Khaled El-Toukhy, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, headed by Prof. Dr. Mohamed Mohsen Ismail, Dean of the College, and Prof. Dr. Laila El-Sayed Abdel-Fattah, Vice Dean for Scientific Research Affairs. The conference included a group of famous scientists. From Egyptians and foreigners as speakers, and it was at the highest level that combines symbols of medical sciences and symbols of pharmaceutical sciences. Almost 350 researchers from all universities and pharmaceutical and medical organizations in the Arab Republic of Egypt registered with it, and they registered through the conference website ttp://icps.must.edu.eg

The events of the conference were published in the media on all media outlets and in electronic newspapers on Facebook, such as: – (Al-Qadaa News Magazine – Al-Watan News – Al-Bawaba News – Al-Jumhuriya Online – Doctorate – ICT-MISR – Al-Hadath Al-Akhbaria – Al-Fajr Newspaper – Al-Wasila Newspaper)

Conference agenda & Conference Book

Conference Announcement Poster

The 2nd International Conference of Pharmaceutical Sciences (ICPS-2)



Pharmaceutical sciences combine a wide range of scientific disciplines that are critical for the discovery and development of new drugs and therapies, with the ultimate goal to improve public health and quality of life. Considering this mission, the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing, Misr University for Science and Technology welcomes you to the 2nd International Conference of Pharmaceutical Sciences (ICPS-2) “Future Perspectives on Drug Research and Sustainable Development”. The conference will focus on promoting new fields of research in pharmaceutical sciences, as well as future trends in a variety of areas. It will hopefully stimulate cooperation between business and academics. In addition, it will provide the chance to debate and exchange innovative perspectives and ideas. The conference aims to achieve a wide range of goals foremost of which is to provide a comprehensive definition of sustainable development, with a focus on achieving good health and well-being, waste management, quality education, and partnership for the goals of knowledge sharing and cooperation for access to science, technology, and innovation.

We are looking forward to your participation in this unique event, which emphasizes intergenerational continuity and interdisciplinary research

Conference agenda & Conference Book

Conference Announcement Poster

Scientific Degrees

Misr University for Science and Technology awards according to the request of the Council of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Manufacturing:

  • The Bachelor degree in pharmacy
  • The Bachelor degree in pharmacy (Pharm D)
  • The Bachelor degree in pharmacy (Clinical Pharmacy). According to credit hours system