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Last Updated: 2014-06-17

Academy of Applied Pharmaceutical Sciences (AAPS)

Company information

Legal Name:   Academy of Applied Pharmaceutical Sciences (AAPS)
Operating Name:   Academy of Applied Pharmaceutical Sciences (AAPS)
Mailing Address
200-200 Consumers Rd
M2J 4R4
Location Address
200-200 Consumers Rd
M2J 4R4
Telephone: (416) 502-2277
Ext: 202
Fax: (416) 502-2278
Website URL: 

Contact information

laleh Bighash
  Title:   Dean of Pharmaceutical and Scientific Af
  Telephone:   (416) 502-2277
  Ext:   202
  Fax:   (416) 502-2278


Company description

The Academy of Applied Pharmaceutical Sciences (AAPS) was founded in 2003 to address the growing demands by North American companies for better-prepared and more practically trained applicants to their professional ranks. In tailored response, AAPS was designed and made operational by a team of experienced industry experts with one mission; to create a professional pharmaceutical program that would duplicate and exceed industry-training standards. The result has been wildly successful, with excellent job placement and performance reviews by such leading companies as Aventis, Patheon, Eli Lilly, Ciba Vision, Apotex, Novex, Genpharm, Torpharm and many more.

Employing only leading industry professionals with decades of experience in North America and current portfolios in Canada, AAPS is now setting the standard for pharmaceutical training and career advancement. These experts continually develop and update the certificate courses at AAPS, which constitute and compliment our diploma programs in Pharmaceutical Quality Control, Regulatory Affairs, and Quality Assurance. In addition, AAPS develops specialized seminars, workshops, conferences and professional in-service training for leading pharmaceutical companies and government agencies in North America and abroad.

A state-of-the-art laboratory and modern classroom facilities, combined with ongoing partnerships and course development consultations with employers and regulatory bodies, have helped AAPS reach its unique and highly regarded place in the pharmaceutical education field. These close industry relations and professional facilities allow AAPS to design and instruct programs that produce well-qualified graduates whom are eagerly recruited for professional employment at both the entry and advanced levels.

As much as AAPS consults with employers and regulatory bodies, we have never lost sight of the fact that our ultimate responsibility is to the student. With an emphasis on flexible course schedules and payment, vigorous job placement support that extends past graduation, and a constant feedback-and-response approach to course design, AAPS works harder than anyone for the people who matter most.

Exporting: Yes  
Primary Industry (NAICS): 611690 - All Other Schools and Instruction
Alternate Industries (NAICS): 611430 - Professional and Management Development Training
611710 - Educational Support Services
Primary Business Activity: Services  


Product / Service / Licensing

Service Name: Education
Our programs efficiently link employers to students by providing the necessary practical knowledge and skills in the shortest time possible at an affordable price.

Quality Control
Compliance & Regulatory Affairs
Quality Assurance & Quality Control
Clinical Research



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Date Modified: 2015-05-22