Pharmacy, Natural & Health Sciences

Pharmacogenomics - Application Process

Pharmacogenomics students working in the lab

How do I apply?

Applications for admission are accepted August 20 through July 1 each year. Application materials are to be submitted through the Pharmacy Graduate Application Service (PharmGRAD) found HERE.  A completed PharmGRAD application is required to be considered for admission (a personal statement, resume/CV, report ALL institution(s) attended on the PharmGRAD application and request ALL transcript(s) be sent directly from the institution(s) to PharmGRAD).  Applicants who studied outside the U.S. will be required to order a course-by-course foreign credit evaluation report from World Education Services (WES) for each international institution attended and have it sent directly to PharmGRAD.

The annual admission cycle for the on-campus master's program is as follows:

  • August 18 - PharmGRAD application becomes available 
  • February 15 - Application deadline for the on-campus master's program (May/Summer Semester) [International Students]
  • April 15 - Application deadline for the on-campus master's program (May/Summer Semester) [Domestic Students]    

The annual admission cycle for the online master's program & graduate certificate is as follows:

  • August 18 - PharmGRAD application becomes available
  • December 15 - Application deadline for Spring Semester 
  • July 1 - Application deadline for Fall Semester Attention: The application deadline the fall 2021 semester has been extended to July 19. 


*Please note: Only select ONE program under Manchester University once you have created your PharmGRAD account


Non-Discrimination in the
Admission Process
The Manchester University Pharmacogenomics Program is committed to non-discrimination in the admissions process.The University does not discriminate on the basis of national origin, ancestry, race, color, age, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, familial status, religion, disability, physical characteristics, or veteran status in admissions including its admission decisions and scholarships or loan awards.