International Pharmacy Graduates (IPGs) regardless of education, licensure or experience must obtain a license to practice their profession in Canada. Each province or territory has its own licensing organization that sets the requirements and regulates the practice of the pharmacy profession within the jurisdiction. Nova Scotia College of Pharmacists is the regulatory body for pharmacy practice in Nova Scotia.
Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia offers:
- Employment Counselling
- Communication for Healthcare Professionals
- Pre-employment workshops on-site and online
- Professional Mentors
- Practice Interviews
- Career Pathways Loan Fund
The International Pharmacy Graduates (IPGs) Bridging Program at Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia assists IPG’s with understanding and meeting standards of practice in Canada and achieving professional goals such as licensure and employment.
You are eligible to attend this program if you are:
- an Internationally educated Pharmacy Graduate ( IPG)
- registered as a client with Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia
- registered with an employment specialist at Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia