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New Brunswick College of Pharmacists


 

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STEPS TO LICENSURE
Gateway Enrolment
  • Enrol in Pharmacists' Gateway Canada and receive a National ID number ($330 + tax, if applicable).
Language Proficiency
  • English or French language proficiency may be completed at any time, prior to applying to the pharmacy regulatory authority
Academic Qualification and Knowledge Assessment
  • Successful completion of the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC) Document Evaluation ($650) and Evaluating Examination ($850)
  • Successful completion of the PEBC Qualifying Examination Parts I and II ($2590)
  • The process is different for U.S. graduates
Bridging Program
  • Not mandatory in New Brunswick
Application to the Pharmacy Regulatory Authority (PRA)
  • Prior to your application to the New Brunswick College of Pharmacists (NBCP), you must successfully complete the PEBC Evaluating Examination and at least one part of the PEBC Qualifying Examination.
  • Application for conditional registration ($100)
  • Application for registration as a pharmacist in New Brunswick (one-time $500 fee)
Structured Practical Training
  • Successful completion of 20 weeks (16 unstructured weeks and 4 following the internship manual) of structured practical training (SPT) that must be done in New Brunswick and a separate two-week assessment.
  • A $20 WorkSafeNB insurance fee may apply.
Jurisprudence
  • Successful completion of the provincial jurisprudence examination ($150)
Licensure/Registration
  • Annual pharmacist licence dues ($940 per year)
  • Proof of professional liability insurance
  • Proof of valid certification in First Aid and CPR
  • Criminal record check

LEARN MORE - New Brunswick College of Pharmacists Detailed Requirements

Notes:
• All costs are presented in Canadian dollars and do not include taxes.
Fees are subject to change.
• The information in this table is only a summary. The official position of each pharmacy regulatory authority is defined in their governing legislation
available on their website.
Consult the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC) website to learn more about their process and requirements.