QUB tops survey

The School of Pharmacy at Queen's has once again received an overwhelming endorsement from its students for the quality of teaching on the MPharm degree programme. In the National Student Survey (NSS) for 2012, the Queen's Pharmacy School recorded the highest overall level of student satisfaction with the course (99%) of all UK pharmacy schools. In 2011, the School had the highest overall mean percentage satisfaction score across all questions in the survey. Commenting on NSS 2012, Professor David Woolfson, Head of School, said, "These results again confirm the consistently outstanding quality of undergraduate education provided by the School of Pharmacy at Queen's. Our staff members provide an integrated approach to teaching the practice and science of pharmacy, where learning is set in a world-class research environment. Thanks are due to our dedicated staff led by the Director of Pharmacy Education, Professor David Jones". Full details of the NSS 2012 survey for Pharmacy Schools can be found on the Unistats website by clicking on this link:
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