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Pharmacy school can be costly, however there are many ways prospective students can consider as a way to pay for school.
1. Financial Aid
Financial aid offices understand how to pay for pharmacy school. They are always working with students to find grants, low interest loans or scholarships to apply for.
Every pharmacy school has a scholarship program students can apply to. Do it! Scholarships may or may not have eligibility criteria. Students should seek out and apply for every scholarship they are eligible to receive.
3. Student Loans- borrow smart
Many students end up borrowing some money to help pay for school. This is a great option, if you are borrowing smart. In the U.S., there are federal financial aid options for medical professionals that can assist with extra expenses while going to school full-time, especially during rotations.
4. Have a Job
Having a job during school may seem scary. It takes a lot of effort and discipline to pay for the entirety of pharmacy school, but many students are able to do just that.
5. Stay In-State
This tip applies more to non-private institutions, as private schools tend to have the same tuition for both in and out of state students. Many state school’s tuition rates double to triple between in and out of state rates.
6. Minimize Living Costs
Students who choose to live lavishly will require more funds to do so, and will likely end up in more debt if those funds are received as student loans.
7. Purchase used books
A great way to reduce the cost of materials for pharmacy school is to buy used books whenever available.
8. Be Your Own Boss
A growing trend in America is to become an independent sales person of a product. There are many examples of this type of operation such as Mary Kay, Advocare, Thirty-One, YoungLiving and Doterra Essential Oils, and many more.
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Community pharmacists are the health professionals most accessible to the public. They supply medicines in accordance with a prescription or, when legally permitted, sell them without a prescription. In addition to ensuring an accurate supply of appropriate products, their professional activities also cover counselling of patients at the time of dispensing of prescription and non-prescription drugs, drug information to health professionals, patients and the general public, and participation in health-promotion programmes. They maintain links with other health professionals in primary health care.