• UCL School of Pharmacy

    Established: 1949

UCL School of Pharmacy

Introduction

The School of Pharmacy is a specialist college of the University of London. Its only undergraduate degree programme is the master of pharmacy, or MPharm, which entitles graduates, after a further year of pre-registration training, to sit Royal Pharmaceutical Society exams and register as a pharmacist. The programme aims to integrate the teaching, learning and understanding of pharmaceutical science in the context of pharmacy practice. Near the end of the course, students can choose specialist options or undertake a research project, and there is also a chance to study abroad in the spring of the third year. The college is based in the university district of Bloomsbury, in the heart of London.

Its mission is to lead in education, research and policy development that benefits patients and healthcare practice, medicines discovery and development, and society; focusing on four key areas - Drug Discovery, Formulation Sciences, Neuroscience, and Medicines Use and Health; and help develop new areas of significance, such as Behavioural Medicine, Paediatric Pharmacy, Gene Therapy and Nanomedicine.

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