University Subject Tables 2017
TablePharmacology & Pharmacy
RegionEast of England
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Pharmacology & Pharmacy – East of England
|CUG Rank||University Name||Entry Standards||Student Satisfaction||Research Quality||Graduate Prospects||Overall Score|
|11||7||East Anglia (UEA)||413||4.36||3.32||96||92.6|
Please note that some Universities have missing data. Where the table is ranked by a single measure, the institutions with no data for that measure appear at the bottom.
The University of Durham has recently introduced Pharmacy but there are insufficient data to be included in the table.
The following universities offer fully accredited MPharm courses in Pharmacy: Aston, Bath, Birmingham (provisionally accredited), Bradford, Brighton, Cardiff, Central Lancashire, De Montfort, Durham (provisionally acredited), East Anglia, Hertfordshire, Huddersfield, Keele, Kingston, Lincoln (provisionally accredited), Liverpool John Moores, King's College London, Manchester, Medway (Kent & Greenwich), Nottingham, Portsmouth, Queen's Belfast, Reading, Robert Gordon, Strathclyde, Sunderland, Sussex (provisionally accredited), Ulster, University College London, Wolverhampton
Medway School of Pharmacy is a partnership between the University of Greenwich and the University of Kent
|Entry standards||N/A||Facilities spend||N/A|
|Student satisfaction||5.00||Good honours||100.0|
|Research assessment||4.00||Graduate prospects||100.0|
|Student–staff ratio||N/A||Overall score||1000.0|
|Academic services spend||N/A|