This decision follows meetings between members of the Pharmacy Board and staff of the University of Mauritius, chaired by Dev Manraj, advisor to Prime Minister's Office.
To recap, the degree of these students is not recognized by the Pharmacy Board. This, after several failures raised by pharmacists on the syllabus. This case caused quite a stir because it was after four years of study that students were informed.
To preregister for the next year, these students will be trained for 4 months at the University of Mauritius, two months of training in pharmacology and six months of training in a hospital or clinic.