The Faculty of Pharmacy is one of the 22 faculties of Kabul University and is considered as the main faculty in the pharmacy sector. This faculty has 6 non-graduate departments (pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacognosy, pharmaceutics, pharmacology, biochemistry-nutrition and microbiology) and its academic affairs are carried out by 24 professors who mostly have high academic ranks (doctorate and master). Currently, 630 students (330 males, 300 female) are studying in this faculty. A total of 150 new students (80 males, 70 females) also have been introduced to Pharmacy faculty. This Faculty has a total of 16 active and well-equipped laboratories, where students' practical work, scientific research and qualitative analysis of pharmaceutical products supplied by the National Food and Drug Administration of Afghanistan take place. Also, this faculty has an educational pharmacy where the practical work of students is done. The said pharmacy is supposed to be upgraded to a pharmaceutical service provider. This faculty has dedicated 3 well-equipped laboratories for conducting scientific research. Currently, the study period in this university is five years, and graduates are given a Pharm D diploma (Pharmacy Doctor). According to the new curriculum, students spend one semester of internship in educational hospitals, medicine, food, water and biological laboratories, drug manufacturing institutions and community (state) pharmacy according to the academic calendar. Internship programs are also considered to improve students' practical skills, which are practically applied.
Pharmacy faculty is an earning faculty where the qualitative analysis of the supplied pharmaceutical products sent by the National Food and Drug Administration is done in its laboratories in exchange for a certain price, and significant revenues from this are included in the budget of Kabul University. Also, the physical and chemical tests of 19 medicinal samples, which are assisted by the ICRC office to 34 hospitals in the center and provinces, are carried out in the mini-lab laboratories of this faculty according to the memorandum of understanding between Kabul University and Particip office. This evaluation has resulted in tangible results.
Faculty has signed memorandums of cooperation with various relevant domestic and foreign institutions and departments.