University Subject Tables 2017

Doctors, nurses and dentists might be the ones to make people feel better, but it is the pharmacologists who give them the tools to do so. Three parts medicine and two parts biology with a dash of business and management, pharmacology is the specific study of drugs, what effect they have on the human body and why. It's a branch that requires niche and uncommon knowledge, and one that needs the highest quality of training in order to succeed in. A good degree from one of the best universities in the country will set you off right. 

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Pharmacology & Pharmacy — Scotland

Rank University Name Next Steps

Notes

The Universities of Durham and Sussex have 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

Measures

The maximum scores for the measures shown are as follows:

  • Entry Standards: No maximum
  • Student Satisfaction: 5.00
  • Research Quality: 4.00
  • Graduate Prospects: 100
  • Overall Score: 100.0

All measures used to compile the tables are available on the full table.