On 26 May 2024, the Faculty of Pharmacy celebrates its 103rd anniversary.

To celebrate our institution is to honour decades of dedication to higher education, innovation, scientific excellence and commitment to the future in the training of professionals in the field of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Health.

Our history is marked by significant achievements, the result of the joint efforts of teachers, students, researchers and workers, committed to promoting the health and well-being of our society.

On this anniversary, we would like to highlight

  • The recent inauguration of the Centre for Medicines and Health (CeMS) in the new FFUL building. CeMS’s mission is centred on teaching, research, knowledge transfer and university outreach in the field of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences.
  • The implementation of the RRP Project – Recovery and Resilience Plan – in the field of energetic efficiency, (RE)Think Faculty of Pharmacy at Universidade de Lisboa . This project, which is fundamental to the realisation of the path that FFUL has already embarked on towards sustainability, will improve the buildings on the Faculty’s campus and the conditions of both employees and current and future  students.
  • International recognition of the quality of the institution’s teaching, with master’s and postgraduate programmes that are always in line with current issues. In the area of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, FFUL is among the top 51-75 institutions of greatest excellence. This position reflects FFUL/iMed.ULisboa’s high scientific output, the quality and impact of its research and its international collaborations. More than a distinction, this position in the Shanghai ranking makes it clear that FFUL is one of the 75 best in its field of teaching and research worldwide.

In a global society that is increasingly centred on health and the economy, FFUL is committed to current and future generations, preparing competent professionals who are capable of driving innovation and growth in their respective fields, and who are able to contribute to technical-scientific progress and the well-being of society in general.