We are one of the top UK schools of pharmacy. Our teaching is informed and supported by our internationally recognised research and allow students to explore different aspects of modern pharmacy.
Why study with us
An introduction to our MPharm undergraduate course
This video by our Director of Admissions and Recruitment, Dr Allan Cosslett, provides an overview of how to become a pharmacist, the varied career options available to you along with information about our MPharm course and our School. Don’t miss our top tips on applying!
What today's pharmacists do
Pharmacists are experts in the field of drugs and medicines and may be involved in any aspect of drug preparation and use. That includes the discovery of medicines, finding the best way for drugs to be administered, supplying them to patients and optimising drug therapy.
Many of today’s pharmacists are now qualified to prescribe medicines independently of a doctor and are on the front-line of healthcare provision. They play a pivotal role in supporting patients and improving their health and well-being.
Discover more about our School
We are passionate about the profession of pharmacy. Our teaching is informed and supported by our internationally recognised research. Our team of world-leading researchers work on the discovery, development and use of drugs and medicines to tackle some of the most debilitating and life-threatening medical conditions such as Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, cancer, diabetes and infectious diseases.
Find out more about our School and our ground-breaking research and how our dedicated researchers pave the way in creating new, effective methods for delivering these drugs and explore how they can be used to better treat disease. It is the same team of researchers, as well as external expert practitioners, who teach our pharmacy students and inspire the research of the future.
How we teach and what our students think of us
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