We hope you got the results you were looking for today. If not, don't panic there are plenty of fantastic programmes out there.
Here are some top tips from our academics for anyone thinking of studying pharmacy at university:
1) Do your research - students need to be clear about what pharmacy actually is, and where it's going in the future
2) Explore all career options - bar medicine, there are very few courses which combine patient facing (clinical) roles, communication skills and scientific knowledge of medicines
3) Think about patient interaction - pharmacy is the right subject for you if you enjoy science, health and communicating with people
4) Last but not least - look at the course design and see if it suits your learning style
Pharmacy at Bradford
At Bradford we've been teaching pharmacy since 1927 and have an excellent track record of producing graduates who are well prepared for the world of clinical practice.
We were the first to introduce a 5-year programme which integrates the pre-registration year and in 2012 we introduced our innovative Team-Based Learning curriculum - again a first in the UK.
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Last edited by University of Bradford; 18-08-2016 at 13:05.
- 18-08-2016 13:04
- 21-11-2016 15:48
I am a confident individual with a passion for pharmacy. However I have a stammer. This in no way affects my learning ability or my confidence and I am happy to communicate with individuals. I wanted to know if this stammer will in any way be of a disadvantage to my application into pharmacy. I understand pharmacy requires good communication skills, but my speech is improving and I am currently taking speech therapy