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MPHARM (PHARMACY) WITH FOUNDATION YEAR MPharm

Medway School of Pharmacy

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UCAS CODE: B231

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  • Qualification

    Master of Pharmacy - MPharm

  • Location

    Main Site

  • Study mode

    Full time

  • Start date

    SEP-21

  • Duration

    5 Years

Course summary

Overview

Medway School of Pharmacy is a unique partnership between the University of Kent and the University of Greenwich. The School has achieved full accreditation from the General Pharmaceutical Council and is recognised as an established school of pharmacy.

Our five-year programme is based on three interlinked themes: practitioner and patient; medicines design and manufacture; the patient; and disease and drug action.

The foundation year helps you adapt to the higher education system and to develop and embed key academic and employability skills.

Our degree programme

Our curriculum is outcomes-focused and designed to prepare you for your future professional practice. In your Foundation Year you are introduced to the foundational level of chemistry for pharmacy, molecules, cells and body systems. We also teach you basic numeracy and academic study skills needed for successful progression on the MPharm programme.

On the MPharm, you study basic and applied science as well as clinical and professional practice, all in the context of patient care. We teach core themes of biological sciences, chemistry and drug delivery as part of integrated modules based around body systems including brain and psychiatry; heart and circulatory system; and the endocrine system.

We make extensive use of tutorials, workshops and practical laboratory classes as well as in-house simulation-based learning to foster your understanding and development.

Teaching & Assessment

Teaching is by lectures, seminars, workshops and practical laboratory classes, which take up approximately two thirds of the programme. Placements form a key part of the teaching programme.

A variety of assessment methods are used including practical dispensing examinations, objective structured clinical examinations (OSCEs), presentations (individual and group), written reports, interim assessments and end-of-year written examinations.

Graduate destinations

Our graduates are qualified to work in all branches of the profession such as:

  • hospitals
  • the NHS
  • pharmacies
  • primary care
  • industry
  • the armed services
  • prison services
  • academia.

Application deadline

15 January

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University information

Medway School of Pharmacy

  • Campus address

    Medway School of Pharmacy, Central Avenue, Chatham Maritime, Chatham, Medway, ME4 4TB, England

Subject rankings

  • Subject ranking

    24th out of 46 1

  • Entry standards

    / Max 222
    128 56%

    29th

    4
  • Graduate prospects

    / Max 100
    96 96%

    16th

  • Student satisfaction

    / Max 5
    3.98 80%

    35th

    3

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