Requirements for Initial Pharmacist License for Foreign Pharmacists
*Applicant must contact NABP for a review of their credentials.
*Applicant must complete the entire FPGEC (a passing grade of the FPGEE, the TSE and the TOFEL) to receive their FPGEC certificate from NABP.
*Complete the Pharmacist Intern Application and submit to the Board along with a copy of the FPGEC certificate and payment of $25. Checks made payable to 'Kentucky State Treasurer'.
*Completion of 1500 internship hours.
*Applicants for initial licensure as a pharmacist shall submit to a query to the National Practitioner Data Bank of the United States Department of Health and Human Services pursuant to 201 KAR 2:020 Section 6(1). This query will be submitted by the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy. There is a fee of $25 for this query. Make checks payable to 'Kentucky State Treasurer'.
*Applicants for initial licensure as a pharmacist shall submit to a criminal background check by means of a finger-print check pursuant to 201 KAR 2:020 Section 6(2). Fingerprint cards will be mailed to the applicant upon receipt of the application for initial licensure. The combined fee for a fingerprint-based state and FBI CHAI check is $33.25. Background Check Instructions
Once the above requirements are met, the Board will submit your eligibility to test to NABP. You should receive an email from Pearson Vue to shedule your exam.Exam scores for both the NAPLEX and the MPJE for Kentucky are available at the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy website, www.nabp.net