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About University of Brighton Postgraduate Pharmacy
Students of pharmacy will study the science of developing, preparing and issuing medicines. It’s a subject that combines elements of pharmacology, chemistry and medicine. This highly precise science is central to the treatment of diseases and the overall health of our society.
Postgraduates will train to become healthcare professionals who can work in a range of medical environments, from pharmacies to hospitals, as well as in the community. Studying towards a career in pharmacological research or development is also an option.
There are more than 200 postgraduate pharmacy programmes available in the UK including postgraduate diplomas, MSc degrees and doctoral research pathways.