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Pharmacy (MPharm) with Integrated Training Year (2017 Entry)
|Course type:||Single Honours,|
|Entry requirements:||Read more about entry requirements|
|Tuition fees:||Read more about tuition fees|
|Duration and mode of study:||5 years, Full time|
|Location of study:||Keele University – main campus|
|Subject Area:||Pharmacy, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences|
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What is an Integrated Masters (MPharm) programme?
Integrated Masters awards are delivered through a programme that combines study at the level of a Bachelors degree with honours with study at masters level.
For the five year MPharm (with integrated training year) the fourth year of the MPharm course has been split into two to accommodate the pre-registration year.
The fourth and fifth years of the course will involve scheduling teaching and training from September to August.
You’ll experience innovative and inclusive teaching, state-of-the-art facilities, visits and placements in hospital, community and industrial settings, all of which will prepare you for your future career.
Pharmacists play a key role in many aspects of the design, development, delivery, and optimisation of the use of medicines. They are clinicians and scientists, but they also need strong management and communication skills because although many pharmacists work in community pharmacy, hospitals and GP surgeries, they’ are also very much in demand in the pharmaceutical industry, academia, regulatory affairs and public health.
Pharmacists promote the safe and effective use of medicines and ensure quality patient care and are both professional scientists and qualified healthcare practitioners. Often, they are the first point of information for the public and other healthcare professionals, and as such must be effective communicators.
All aspects of the Pharmacy programme are taught in dedicated, well-equipped facilities using a combination of teaching methods. Placements form an important learning experience throughout all years of the course giving students the opportunity to place their learning in context within different working environments.View our video
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Our Course Information Documents (CIDs) are designed to give you all of the details you need to make an informed decision about what and where to study.Undergraduate Masters Course Information Document (PDF)
Looking for a more complete list of modules? You can view the module list for 2017 entry on our Module Catalogue:Module Catalogue
The programme is planned as five 120-credit modules – one for each year of study. During each year teaching material is delivered within themes that are designed to integrate the physical and social sciences within the context of patient care and public health.
During Level 7 students have the opportunity to choose topics to study within an electives strand that is designed to complement their chosen career path within Pharmacy. Students will choose from a range of specialist topics taught in small seminar groups and an extended project. The number of specialist options chosen and the length / nature of the project may be varied to suit each student’s interests and aspirations.
For more information about the structure of the programme please see the Course Information Document.
Skills and Careers
What will this mean for my future?
Keele Graduate attributes
Engagement with this programme will enable you to develop your intellectual, personal and professional capabilities. At Keele, we call these our ten Graduate Attributes and they include independent thinking, synthesizing information, creative problem solving, communicating clearly, and appreciating the social, environmental and global implications of your studies and activities. Our educational programme and learning environment is designed to help you to become a well-rounded graduate who is capable of making a positive and valued contribution in a complex and rapidly changing world, whichever spheres of life you engage in after your studies are completed.
Further information about the Keele Graduate Attributes can be found here: http://www.keele.ac.uk/journey/
Codes and Combinations
Codes and Combinations
Single Honours, Major and Foundation course information
Master of Pharmacy (with Integrated Training Year) for International Students (B233).
The School of Pharmacy is working towards accreditation and the course will be provisionally accredited until the programme receives full accreditation.
can be combined with:
How to Apply
All applications must be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) by the middle of January in order to be given full consideration. Applications received between late January and the end of June will only be considered if we wish to make additional offers. Applications received from the beginning of July will be entered into the UCAS Clearing system.
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Study abroad is not currently permitted on the MPharm programme.
The Master of Pharmacy (with Integrated Training Year) for International students (B233): The School of Pharmacy is working towards accreditation and the course will be provisionally accredited until the programme receives full accreditation.
"Pharmacy is a very diverse domain encompassing both scientific and clinical aspects"
Pharmacy, Second year