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Study the University of Bath's highly-ranked pharmacy course at the University of Plymouth, in preparation for a role at the forefront of modern healthcare.
The MPharm pharmacy course, delivered at the University of Plymouth, combines classroom learning, campus based simulations and placements in real healthcare settings across the South West. The combination gives you a full understanding of pharmacy within community, General Practice (GP) and hospital settings, and will help prepare you for a career in your preferred area.
By studying human physiology, pharmacology, pharmaceutics and medicinal chemistry alongside clinical topics, you’ll learn about the causes and progression of medical conditions and how drugs exert their effects. You'll also learn about the appropriate prescribing, supply and administration of medications and the principles of disease progression and medicines optimisation.

In partnership with Plymouth

As a student at Plymouth, you will study the same course content as those studying Pharmacy in Bath, gaining a unique knowledge of the scientific development and clinical use of medicines, and preparing you for a career as a pharmacist.
You’ll be taught by Plymouth-based University of Bath academic and practice staff, and after four years of living and learning in Plymouth, you’ll graduate with a University of Bath degree. This new course provides the opportunity to live and study in the vibrant and unique surroundings of Plymouth, Britain’s Ocean City. The University of Plymouth is conveniently located near Derriford Hospital, the largest teaching hospital in Devon and Cornwall, and a wealth of healthcare providers across the South West, there are plenty of opportunities for placements nearby.
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Learn more about the course on the University of Bath website.