The evaluation methods comply with the regulations concerning studies and exams. More detailed explanation of the modalities specific to each learning unit are available on their description sheets under the heading “Learning outcomes evaluation method”.

The students are evaluated in various ways:
- oral and/or written exams in relation to the theoretical training;
- presentation of course work (individual or group) in relation to both the theoretical and practical training; this work is evaluated by members of the teaching team and/or by the professionals working in the area in question; each piece of work is accompanied by a list of objectives, explanations of the methodology used and an evaluation grid;
- production of a placement report reflecting the different activities and work carried out within the framework of the work placements;
- detailed evaluations for each module of the practical training, based on a comprehensive list of the learning objectives; these evaluations are carried out in the following manner:
- A "formative" evaluation is conducted halfway through the work placement, by the student and the supervising pharmacist. This evaluation (and the self-assessment by the student) must clearly identify areas to be improved during the second part of the placement, as well as any aspects that were not addressed during the first half of the placement.
- A "summative" evaluation is conducted on completion of the work placement by the supervising pharmacist, validated by the placement supervisor and communicated to the student.
A complete list of the learning objectives for each placement is communicated to the students at the start of the academic year and is available on icampus.