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    Hello everyone,

    I have received offers from both UCL and Nottingham for Pharmacy and can't seem to make up my mind regarding these two schools! I know Nottingham is ranked first in league tables but as with all ranking systems, many factors go into compiling those lists, so I don't really care for them.

    My goal is to do clinical pharmacy and so, clinical therapeutic courses are of particular interest to me. I went through module descriptions for both schools but they all sound so good on paper...! Does any one know which school has a stronger and more clinically-oriented curriculum?

    Additionally, Nottingham's brochure specifically mentions the amount of visits to retail drugstores and hospitals (which is not a lot...) but I can't find this information on UCL's website. The UCL programme administrator only informed me that in first year, there will be visits to Boots, and in later years, many hospital visits. Does this mean that UCL has more course-arranged hospital visits for students?

    Any information provided will be greatly appreciated!
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