Understand the mechanisms that underpin the development, behaviour and treatment of human disease on this popular, accredited course. The MPharm (Hons) Pharmacy course is accredited by the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC). WHY STUDY THIS COURSE? This course is accredited by the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) and aims to produce graduates with a professional outlook and the required standard of scientific knowledge and clinical and interpersonal skills allowing them to practice in all sectors of pharmacy. The majority of the staff teaching on the programme are pharmacists, including teacher practitioners, and the course exemplifies research informed teaching. MORE ABOUT THIS COURSE The course makes use of excellent teaching and research facilities including a dedicated model dispensary, with patient consultation rooms, and a world-class healthcare and patient simulation centre. You will be taught by experienced lecturers, including teacher-practitioners that are active and up-to-date in their practice. WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR? This course is open to A level applicants (or equivalent) who have ideally studied Chemistry plus one other science or maths subject. Full details of our entry requirements can be found on our website. SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE GAINED You will learn in real-life clinical situations including a local working community pharmacy and in our fully stocked model dispensary and undergo simulated training tasks before putting your learning into action in community and hospital placements. The course encourages active engagement with volunteering activities related to your studies which allows you to build your communication skills but also give back to the community. AFTER THE COURSE Most of our graduates progress to pre-registration training, usually either in a hospital or community pharmacy setting. However, with the changing role of pharmacists, opportunities will be available in general practitioner surgeries and other clinical settings. Another route our graduates have also successfully pursued is pre-registration training which is split between pharmaceutical industry and a hospital or community setting.