The course enables you to progress to the Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) degree provided you obtain an average of 70 per cent in Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics. It also forms part of the Universityâs commitment to widening participation, acknowledging that students with potential to succeed at degree level come from a wide range of backgrounds and educational experiences.
Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list.
Year 0 (Foundation) core modules: CX3005 - Computer programming, SX3006 - Mathematics For Science, SX3001 - Scientific Investigation & Skills.
Year 0 (Foundation) optional modules: SX3002 - Biology, SX3003 - Chemistry, CX3001 - Technical Â Investigation & Skills, CX3002 - Mathematics for Computing, CX3003 - Mathematics, CX3004 - Computer Systems, SX3007 - Environment Science & Geography, SX3005 - Sport Science.
Year 1: PY4010 - The Human Body, PY4020 - The Role of the Pharmacist, PY4030 - The Science of Medicines, PY4040 - The Science of Drugs, PY4000 - Academic and Professional Portfolio.
Year 2: PY5010 - Drug Design and Medicine Development, PY5020 - Pharmacy Law, Ethics and Practice, PY5030 - The Central Nervous System and Mental Health, PY5040 - The Cardio-Respiratory System 1, PY5000 - Academic and Professional Portfolio.
Year 3: PY6010 - Infection, Immunology and Cancer, PY6020 - Endocrine, Reproduction and Inflammation, PY6030 - The Cardio-Respiratory System 2, PY6040 - Gastrointestinal, Liver and Skin, PY6000 - Academic and Professional Portfolio.
Year 4: PY7010 - Technology to Care, PY7020 - Effective Decision Making for Pharmacy Practice, PY7030 - Research methods and project, PY7000 - Academic and Professional Portfolio.
Teaching includes lectures, workshops, tutorials, seminars and practical classes, backed up by computer-assisted learning, problem-based learning and self-directed study. A unique feature of the course is that a significant component of teaching is by scientists and clinicians at the medical school at St George's, University of London. As well as being taught by practising pharmacists, doctors and pharmaceutical scientists you will also work with hospital and community pharmacists and other healthcare professionals. You will also have contact and learn from patients.
Assessment includes module (not modular) exams, coursework and practical assessments including professional and clinical skills.
Application deadline details:
A very supportive environment, with a comforting and lush market town surrounding campus in lovely Surrey. It’s a such a beautiful campus, but if you fancy a bit of excitement, the centre of London's only 20 minutes away – the best of both worlds, really. And there's a really friendly atmosphere, especially with the Student Union who are incredibly helpful, very friendly and considerate. There’s loads going on throughout the year – for one, the food festival hits town just as Freshers gets going, so you can meet your new flatmates and find new and exotic hangover cures!
Set for Year 1 for England at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Northern Ireland at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Scotland at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Wales at £9,250
Provisional for Year 1 for EU at £9,250
Ok, small campus (Penrhyn road), over crowding, looks more like an apartment building.
by HussSalsa on 2nd October 2015
Choose it if you don't have to travel much because the good timetable isn't so good when you add travel time either side. For pharmacy Kings and UCL are the best. Kings is third in the world for employability.
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