Scholarships and awards
Both domestic and international students wishing to embark on undergraduate or research higher degrees are eligible to apply for a range of Griffith University Scholarships.
The PSA Alphapharm Pharmacy Student of the Year award recognises outstanding pharmacy students by showcasing their counselling skills to the pharmacy profession.
The Rural Pharmacy Scholarships have been established to provide financial support to encourage and enable students from rural and remote communities to undertake undergraduate or graduate studies in pharmacy at University.
The aim of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarship Scheme is to encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to undertake studies in Pharmacy at University. It is acknowledged that if the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities are to be adequately met by pharmacists, there is a need for more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander pharmacists working in the industry.
The National Australian Pharmacy Student's Association represents all students studying pharmacy at universities across Australia. Griffith University has a branch located on its campus.
- National Australian Pharmacy Students' Association
- Griffith University Association of Pharmacy Students (GUAPS)
The Australasian Pharmaceutical Science Association is a professional society for individuals with an interest in the pharmaceutical sciences.
The Australian Pharmacy Council was formed in 2002 as the national body for Australian State and Territory authorities responsible for the registration of pharmacists.
The National Prescribing Service Limited is an independent Australian organisation supporting Quality Use of Medicines within the pharmaceutical industry.
The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia is the leading advocacy organisation for pharmacists, influencing attitudes, opinions and policies through representation, networking, consultation, continuing education, practice support, standards, guidelines and a range of publications and health promoting programs and resources.
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia was established in 1928, bringing together several small retail pharmacy organisations then operating in the various States. The Guild is registered under the federal Workplace Relations Act 1996 as an employers' organisation. Its members are owners of some 4,500 pharmacies throughout Australia.
The Society of Hospital Pharmacists in Australia is the only professional pharmacy organisation with an especially strong base of members practising in hospitals and other facilities.
The International Pharmaceutical Students' Federation is a non-governmental, non-political, and non-religious organisation and is the leading international advocacy organisation of pharmacy students promoting improved public health through provision of information, education, networking, and a range of publication and professional activities.