Studying Pharmacy in the UK
A Pharmacy degree is perfect for students interested in chemistry and how medicine assists patients with their condition. Whether working at a local drug store to dispense medication from a General Practitioner, or working in a vast and complex hospital to ensure doctors, nurses and patients receive the correct advice and assistance, a career in pharmacy is ideal for those interested in health, disease and science.
Pharmacy courses generally last for four years and modules will look at pharmacology, biology and physiology pharmaceutics, chemistry, ethics and economics. Students will also benefit from work placements within the industry to provide valuable insights and professional experience. State-of-the-art labs will help finesse your skills with replica medicine-dispensing stations, consulting areas and computers linked the systems used by the Pharmacy industry.
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