Best Univeristy for pharmacy in London other than UCL and Kings

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I got an AAC (chem, bio and c in math) in my a levels and I want to study pharmacy in Uni. The problem is I want to be in London and I can’t get into kings, or ucl with my grades. What university is good for pharmacy in London.
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maybe imperial?
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maybe imperial?
Imperial doesn't offer pharmacy. Also odds would be that their entry requirements would be higher than KCL or UCL if they did.

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I got an AAC (chem, bio and c in math) in my a levels and I want to study pharmacy in Uni. The problem is I want to be in London and I can’t get into kings, or ucl with my grades. What university is good for pharmacy in London.
Why are you restricting yourself to London? That will limit your options a fair bit. From the look of things the other main options are Greenwich or Kingston; I'm not sure how many other unis in London offer that course.
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I know than Greenwich pharmacy school is Medway school of pharmacy which is a pretty good school. Is Kingston a good university? In terms of reputation and for pharmacy?
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https://www.whatuni.com/degree-cours...ocation=london

Gives loads of options. Some known names that I saw that fit your entry requirements just right were Kingston and Queen Mary University of London but have a look at all of them and make your own decision
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I know than Greenwich pharmacy school is Medway school of pharmacy which is a pretty good school. Is Kingston a good university? In terms of reputation and for pharmacy?
According to Kingston its been rated the number 1 university in London for pharmacy for the past 3 years if you look at their website.
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Why are you restricting yourself to London? That will limit your options a fair bit. From the look of things the other main options are Greenwich or Kingston; I'm not sure how many other unis in London offer that course.
University of Greenwich pharmacy school is medway school of pharmacy which is a pretty good school. What about Kingston, is it a good university in terms of reputation and for pharmacy?
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According to Kingston its been rated the number 1 university in London for pharmacy for the past 3 years if you look at their website.
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https://www.whatuni.com/degree-cours...ocation=london

Gives loads of options. Some known names that I saw that fit your entry requirements just right were Kingston and Queen Mary University of London but have a look at all of them and make your own decision
On the website u attached it said kings would accept 93-136 ucas points for pharmacy. My current point is 128, doesn’t that mean I would be eligible?
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On the website u attached it said kings would accept 93-136 ucas points for pharmacy. My current point is 128, doesn’t that mean I would be eligible?
Unfortunately no. I wouldn't say the website is 100% correct and would recommend checking the actual university course page to be certain about exact values. KCL doesn't use ucas points (only a level offers) from what I can tell from their webpage and they require an AAB. What the website most likely did was average the grade requirements the university has had across the years and convert it into ucas points to give a range (no idea why they'd do that).
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