Pharmakon—Danish College of Pharmacy Practice
Pharmakon—Danish College of Pharmacy Practice (Danish: Farmakonomskolen Pharmakon) is a university college situated in the city of Hillerød on the island of Zealand in Denmark.
The Danish College of Pharmacy Practice is a tertiary educational institution of pharmaceutical sciences that offers the higher education programme of pharmaconomy.
Each year, approximately 220 high school graduates with special skills are allowed to begin the studies of pharmaconomy as pharmaconomist students at The Danish College of Pharmacy Practice.
With about 602 pharmaconomy students, Pharmakon—Danish College of Pharmacy Practice is the only college in Denmark (including Greenland and Faroe Islands) to offer the pharmaconomist education programme.
Pharmakon—Danish College of Pharmacy Practice plays an active role in the international arena. In 1996, it was designated as a WHO Collaborating Centre for Drug Policy and Pharmacy Practice.
Furthermore, the College hosts the secretariats of the Community Pharmacy Section of the International Pharmaceutical Federation(since 1998) and the EuroPharm Forum (since 2006).
Coordinates: 55°55′17.91″N 12°17′50.16″E / 55.9216417°N 12.2972667°E