Transform a science degree into a pharmaceutical technology career.
Today’s pharmaceutical manufacturers are developing the medicines that help people live longer, healthier and more productive lives — and you could help to make these medical marvels a reality.
Since 1992, the Toronto Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology has graduated more than 4,000 students who now have the technical skills that are required for careers in this rapidly evolving industry.
The Institute was originally founded by Dr. Alex MacGregor to bridge the gap between a traditional university degree and the pharmaceutical industry.
While university graduates were being hired for entry-level jobs, they faced years of on-the-job training to learn the highly specialized skills that are required to be a technologist.
Even when they secured these entry-level jobs, they lacked exposure to the skills that could be transferred from one workplace to the next.
The Toronto Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology offers the training that you can apply anywhere — and it delivers the expertise in as little as one year, putting your existing science degree to work as soon as possible.
With a focus on preparing today’s workforce, Toronto Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology even offers its graduates access to an exclusive career fair where more than 20 drug companies are showcasing all of the rewarding opportunities that they can offer.
“After completing my program at TIPT, I feel that I have learned more than what I had learned in University,” says David Ma, who graduated in 2005 with a diploma in Pharmaceutical Research and Development. “They provided much more practical knowledge which is useful for the working industry.”
It is the type of training that can ensure a healthy future.
For more information visit www.tipt.com or call 4162961478