Our School of Pharmacy is one of the best in the UK. We’ve got the most satisfied students in the country according to the National Student Survey (2014) and our research output is the most highly rated for quality (REF 2014).
Success is nothing new for the School either. Since our first class graduated in 2007, we’ve been top of the National Student Survey six times out of eight. Our modern, innovative teaching and huge employment rates (99% last year) ensure our graduates have plenty to shout about.
Our students love it here, our academics produce world-class research, and employers value our reputation.
What can you study?
Our core degrees are the MPharm Pharmacy and our new BSc Pharmacology and Drug Discovery. We also have a thriving research community, with PhD students, research fellows and academics working on a wide range of pharmaceutical topics.
Our Pharmacy degree is renowned for progressive, career-focused teaching that really prepares you for life as a pharmacist. We’ve pioneered a huge range of effective teaching methods that ensure you’ll get a perfect balance of theoretical science, practical lab work and direct experience of pharmaceutical practice.
This flagship degree, backed by our highly rated research, has cemented our top 5 league table position (Times 2015) and now we’ve introduced a unique course in Pharmacology and Drug Discovery. This degree, accepting applicants for 2016, allows you to focus on the pure science behind pharmaceuticals. You’ll be trained in the discovery, design and manufacture of new drugs so you can pursue a career in the pharmaceutical industry or research.
Achieving great things
We’ve developed a unique degree programme that’s earned awards for teaching excellence and set thousands of graduates on the path to highly successful careers. This can only be achieved in an academic environment that nurtures great talent.
Our academics are supportive and approachable, and they conduct pioneering research that makes a real impact on people’s lives. We’ve designed new drugs to treat inflammation; developed smarter ways to deliver medicines; contributed to the fight against cancer; and even reduced the incidence of cataracts in fish.