UCL School of Pharmacy
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- Neuroscience in health & disease events
- Pharmaceutical materials and dosage form design events
Welcome to the UCL School of Pharmacy website, which we hope will
provide an informative and attractive window to our teaching, research
and engagement activities. Our School was founded in 1842 as the
original educational institute of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
Since that time, the ‘Square’, as it is affectionately known, has played
a leading role in pharmacy education and professional activity. We are
particularly proud of our consistently high scores in research
assessment exercises and the excellent quality of our graduates at all
levels, many of whom are now professional, research and educational
In January 2012, we became a member of University College London and are delighted to be vigorously exploring the multiple opportunities for collaboration and cooperation that are now available to us. As a former postgraduate and staff member of the School myself, I am delighted to report that all the character, commitment and quality that we have long associated with the School is not just intact but is being actively enhanced. We look forward to an extremely bright future, not least because of our new MPharm degree which we fully believe meets all the requirements of modern pharmacy education and adds numerous innovations to the student experience and learning process. Furthermore, by being part of the University rated 4th in the world (2013/14 QS World University Rankings) our already very strong research activities will inevitably be considerably enhanced and strengthened.
We hope that you will find all the information you need on the website, but if not do not hesitate to get in contact with us and we will be happy to direct you to the appropriate person or information source. Please note that we are in the process of updating and redesigning our site, hence you will almost certainly find improvements and changes on every visit.
Professor Duncan Craig, Director