UCL School of Pharmacy
- Why study at UCL School of Pharmacy?
- Master of Pharmacy (MPharm)
- MSc in Clinical Pharmacy, International Practice and Policy
- MSc in Pharmaceutics
- MSc in Pharmaceutical Formulation and Entrepreneurship
- MSc in Drug Delivery
- MSc in Drug Discovery and Development
- MSc in Drug Discovery and Pharma Management
- MSc in Medicinal Natural Products and Phytochemistry
- MSc in Experimental Pharmacology and Therapeutics
- Master of Research (MRes) Drug Sciences
- MPhil / PhD
- Professional Development
- Qualified Persons Training
- Current Students
- Staff Intranet
- Pharmacy News Publication
- Pharmacy Events Publication
- News and events
- Behavioural medicine and treatment optimisation events
- Biodiversity and medicines events
- Disease models and clinical pharmacology events
- Drug discovery events
- Global workforce and education events
- Molecular drug delivery and nanomedicine events
- Neuroscience in health & disease events
- Pharmaceutical materials and dosage form design events
- CDT Old Events
Why study at UCL School of Pharmacy?
The UCL School of Pharmacy is one of the most highly rated pharmacy schools in the UK. As the oldest School, founded by the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain in 1842, it has over 170 years of experience and tradition throughout which it has retained its identity as a specialist institution dedicated to teaching and research in pharmacy and the pharmaceutical sciences. Our ability to embrace change and develop has been a key factor in our successful mission to lead in education, research and policy development that benefits patients, healthcare practice and the discovery and development of medicines.
Our success is measured in the success of the pharmacy and pharmaceutical science graduates at Masters and PhD level who go on to shape the advances in healthcare and the science of medicines.Our new undergraduate MPharm degree programme was fully accredited by the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) in 2013. This programme integrates pharmaceutical science into the practice of clinical pharmacy. We offer students the opportunity to become confident and competent healthcare professionals. Years one and two focus on the scientific basis of pharmacy and the translation of medicines from laboratory to patient. In year three students choose from a wide range of advanced specialist options, and in year four students undertake a research project which may be carried out within the school, or in another institution in the UK or abroad.
The role of the pharmacist in managing medicines, patient safety and optimising public health is embedded in our degree through contact with patients in our NHS trust partners and our own student dispensary in Green Light community pharmacy, and through interprofessional learning with UCL medical students.
In pharmaceutical science we offer a range of one-year postgraduate Masters programmes that address the exciting changes in drug discovery and development in the pharmaceutical industry where innovation, entrepreneurship and outsourcing are major factors in an industry challenged by unmet clinical needs and personalised medicines. We offer eight different taught postgraduate degrees: MSc Drug Discovery and Development; MSc Drug Discovery and Pharma Management; MSc Drug Delivery; MSc Pharmacognosy; MSc Experimental Pharmacology and Therapeutics (jointly with UCL Div Biosciences); MSc Pharmacogenetics and Stratified Medicine (jointly with UCL Div Biosciences); a Master of Research (MRes) in Drug Sciences and an MSc Clinical Pharmacy, International Practice and Policy.
Research underpins all our teaching and our academics are internationally renowned researchers at the forefront of their chosen fields. They bring this experience and knowledge to their teaching and their dedication and accessibility is an integral part of our unique School culture. A wide variety of PhD study opportunities are part of this research endeavour. We are committed to continuing professional development and provide training programmes for practising pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in a workplace learning environment.