During the MPharm undergraduate degree you will learn how the body works, how medicines are designed, how medicines affect the body, and how to promote the optimal use of medicines in patients. You will gain hands-on experience on placements and in our Clinical Skills Suite, and develop the clinical and professional skills required of a pharmacist.View our Reading School of Pharmacy undergraduate brochure (PDF - 1.7MB)
It's a common misconception that all registered pharmacists work in community pharmacies; in fact, there is a wide range of career paths available for you to follow. Our teaching will set you up for any career route you choose to take after you graduate.
Below are the most common areas of practice that pharmacists tend to follow, but there are many other specialist choices available in addition to these.
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