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Pharmacy students want apology from professors
by Eui Kyoung Yoon (ekyeun@dreamdrug.com)
Published : Nov 27, 2014 03:42:49
Korean Pharmacy Students’ Association (KPSA) released its statement on November 25 that Korean Association of Pharmacy Education (KAPE) should make an official apology for misusing PEET application fees.

KPSA said, “PEET application fees are collected for all the applicants. The fees should be used for developing better exams, but they were used for golf games and drinks for pharmacy school professors.”

It added, “We can’t let it go. KAPE didn’t even make efforts to improve the new pharmacy school system which should be solidified for the future.”

KPSA urged KAPE to make some preventive measures and listen to KPSA’s opinions when KAPE makes major decisions at its board of directors meeting.
 
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