UCL School of Pharmacy
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- Master of Pharmacy (MPharm)
- MSc in Clinical Pharmacy, International Practice and Policy
- MSc in Drug Delivery
- MSc in Drug Discovery and Development
- MSc in Drug Discovery and Pharma Management
- MSc in Pharmacognosy
- Master of Research (MRes)
- Research Degrees
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- Technician Programmes
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There are three components of assessment:
- Personal Development Portfolio (Pass/Fail)Students must provide evidence of attendance and completion of any associated coursework of the research skills training course. This material will be kept as a personal development portfolio that will be presented to and confirmed as acceptable by the supervisor and the Director of the MRes.
- Taught Modules (20% of Final mark)The 48hr taught course component will be examined by a three hour written examination. Students will also be required to complete any related coursework (e.g. essay, report, presentations); however, this will not contribute to the final marks for the taught element. The taught course component will contribute 20% of the final MRes mark.
- The research component (80% of final mark) The research component will be assessed by the following three elements:
- A written dissertation marked by the main supervisor and a second member of staff in the field of research who may be the second supervisor, and moderated by the Programme Director. (60% of the final MRes mark).
- An oral presentation of the work to the Programme Director (or nominee), supervisors and at least two other members of staff. (5% of the final MRes mark).
- A viva voce panel with the supervisor, Programme Director (or nominee) and another member of academic staff in the field of research who may be the second supervisor. (15% of the final MRes mark).
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