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MPharm Pharmacy

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Ranked 3rd in the UK for Pharmacology and Pharmacy

(Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021)

 

Had you thought about a career in Pharmacy?

Pharmacists are experts in medicines and their use. With a wealth of employment opportunities, there is no better time to choose to study Pharmacy at Queen’s University Belfast.

Preparing students for the future

State of the art facilities, high quality teaching, and world-renowned research at the School of Pharmacy, create a truly exceptional and unique learning experience for our students with 99% of our MPharm graduates in employment 6 months after graduation.

 

Develop your knowledge and skills to becoming an expert in medicines

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Why Choose Pharmacy at Queen's

Ranked in the top 100 in the World for Pharmacy

(QS World Rankings by subject 2020)
World-class learning experience

‘95% of Pharmacy students were satisfied with their teaching and learning experience *NSS 2019

Professional Accreditation

The Mpharm degree is accredited by the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) and the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland (PSNI)

State-of-the-art facilities

Be taught by world-leading researchers and experts in a range of simulated healthcare settings including our recently renovated Pharmacy Practice Unit

Employment potential

99% of our MPharm graduates are in employment or further study six months after graduation

The MPharm degree is designed to help students become experts in medicines with the skills to work effectively with patients and the multidisciplinary team.

The course integrates the chemical, and biological sciences with the discovery, design, evaluation and production of medicines and their clinical application to all areas of practice.

A variety of placements and simulated learning with multidisciplinary teams help students develop the knowledge and skills to be a valued and effective member of the healthcare team.

Course Details

Pharmacy is a really hands on and interactive course. We are in tutorials, labs, lectures, workshops and other practical’s four to five days a week. The support system in Queen's, and in particular the School of Pharmacy has been really good.

Aoife Healy, 2nd year MPharm