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The University of Doha for Science and Technology (UDST) has announced that its College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy Technology programme has been officially certified by the Canadian Council for Accreditation of Pharmacy Programmes (CCAPP). This prestigious accreditation underlines the programme’s adherence to the highest standards of pharmaceutical education and training.

The CCAPP certification is another achievement for UDST reflecting its commitment to providing outstanding applied education. This accreditation ensures that graduates of the Pharmacy Technology programme are exceptionally well-prepared with cutting-edge knowledge and best practices. As they embark on their professional careers, these graduates possess the essential knowledge and skills to deliver premier services, significantly contributing to the healthcare sector.

Dr. Salem Al-Naemi, president of UDST, expressed his pride in this significant milestone, stating: “This accreditation by CCAPP is an important achievement for our College of Health Sciences and the entire UDST community. It validates the hard work and dedication of our faculty, staff, and students in maintaining the highest standards of education. Our graduates are now even more empowered to make a positive impact in the healthcare industry, equipped with the latest knowledge and best practices.”

This accreditation is part of UDST’s ongoing efforts to provide quality education that meets international standards. It also reflects the University’s mission to produce highly skilled professionals who can contribute to the development and advancement of the healthcare sector in Qatar and the world.

For more information about the Pharmacy Technology programme and other offerings at UDST, please visit udst.edu.qa

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