The University of Surabaya Faculty of Pharmacy was founded in 1963 and since 1998 has been accredited by BAN-PT with rank A in 2004 in 2011. The Faculty of Pharmacy UBAYA organizes learning that facilitates students to develop themselves into Pharmacists who have knowledge, professional, social and communication skills, as well as competent and professional character and behavior of Pharmacists, to answer the needs of the community at the local and global level. Graduates’ quality control is maintained with a profile of graduates who have the ability to quickly adapt to the demands of information technology and be responsive to the needs of professional practice of pharmacy that has a linear correlation with the needs of the community so that they can meet the standards of cross-country Pharmacists and have the ability to compete at the global level and in accordance with the framework of the Indonesian National Qualifications (KKKNI), the University of Surabaya Faculty of Pharmacy Development Orientation has 2:
1.Development towards Pharmacy-Clinical-Community services by promoting Therapencilies Out Comes, Patient’s Quality of Life, services that are patient-centered, and rational treatment.
2.Development of the Science and Industry field, especially the development of drugs, medicinal products, and cosmetics based on natural ingredients. The development of these two fields is expected to improve the quality of life of the community and increase the use of natural materials. The network of cooperation in learning, research, and community service with various domestic and foreign institutions has been going well and continues to grow. Quality-based and transparency-based management is expected to provide assurance for students and the community who interact with the University of Surabaya’s Faculty of Pharmacy in Tridharma services. UBAYA’s Pharmacy Faculty in the Undergraduate program has 3 (three) interest groups, namely interest in Clinical and Community Pharmacy, Science-Technology-Industrial Pharmacy and Cosmetology