Keele School of Pharmacy
The School of Pharmacy first opened in 1994 as a post-graduate school for pharmacists and other healthcare professionals involved in the prescribing and use of medicines, known as the Centre for Professional Development & Lifelong Learning. The School extended its course provision in 2006 to offer the undergraduate Masters of Pharmacy (MPharm) programme, and now boasts three undergraduate courses, digital enterprise and Medicines Optimisation units, and continues to be a provider of post-graduate education for pharmacists and other healthcare professionals.
The School of Pharmacy is primarily located in the Hornbeam and Jack Ashley buildings at the heart of the Keele University campus. These buildings house our innovative teaching and laboratory facilities, such as our 3D lecture theatre and pharmaceutics labs.
Our undergraduate pharmacy programme. For UK and international students.
Our undergraduate pharmacy programme. For international students only.
Our bespoke pharmaceutical science course incorporating business skills.
Courses and modules.
"Pharmacy is a very diverse domain encompassing both scientific and clinical aspects. You will need to have a solid passion for pharmacy as well as a vibrant interest in the scientific aspects of it because it all links in together! The MPharm degree allows you to explore different career paths through an intensive integrated course structure."
"I love the workshops and enjoy the mix of interesting practical work in the lab and theory during lectures. This course has an additional benefit which is the business aspect that provides students with extra knowledge and understanding of and insight into business and management, so you get more than just the core training in pharmaceutical science."
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