See the Average Salary for Pharmacy Interns in Nigeria here. Every pharmacy student is required by the pharmacist council of Nigeria to go for internship at any approved pharmacy shops and organization. This serves to give exposure to what they will experience when they are done studying and the federal government made this exercise more enjoyable by rewarding them handsomely in money.
Every pharmacy intern gets paid by the government, an amount which may vary or range between N150, 000 to N250, 000 monthly. This privilege is not enjoyed by many other professions but because pharmacy is so prestigious and the facts that even the life of the government officials also depend on them, they have to encourage them with that amount of payment.
Benefits of Going for Internship
Apart from being paid by the government or sometimes the pharmacist you are working for, there are also other benefits accompanying internships.
- There are chances that you might get guaranteed employment after school if you took your work during internship serious. If you made an impact during your serve as an intern, your manager might decide to employ you.
- You will learn how to make wise decisions and good choices through your daily experiences during your serve as an intern.
- You will learn how to counsel patients face to face on drug use and abuse, side effects and wrong doses.
- Without a proof of going for internship, you cannot register as a pharmacist with the PCN
- It gives exposures to new people and new environment.
Just like a qualified pharmacist who is already working, there are certain means through which an intern can maximize his or her profits.
This is usually in the form of going into another business idea. You can invest your money in something viable with a low risk of loss. This will boost you maximally. Business ideas for students like you shouldn’t be those that will take all your time and huge amount of capital, remember that all you want to do is boost your earnings.
Rundown of What Is Required To Be a Pharmacist Up To Intern Level
To my aspiring pharmacist, seeing this article might strengthen your passion for pharmacy and you might not know how to go about it. I will give you a rundown of what you should do:
- Get your O’level results with good grades “i.e your WAEC, NECO etc”
- Write your JAMB and get admitted to study pharmacy in any Nigerian university
- take your studies serious and at a certain level during your stay in school, you will be required to go for internship.
That was just a summary of a very long post which was written few months ago.
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