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Why study at Reading?

The University of Reading is ranked in the top 20 for Pharmacy & Pharmacology in the UK.* We have strong links with a range of local pharmacy organisations and hospitals. Our Clinical Skills Suite has everything you need to gain hands-on experience during your studies, including consultation rooms and a simulated pharmacy.

"Throughout my time at Reading I have always found the staff to be easily approachable and willing to go above and beyond to help all students. As well as the staff, the facilities are new, stylish and provide for your needs. I have really enjoyed my four years at Reading and have gained friends for life."

Nigel Gumbleton

MPharm graduate

Supportive staff to help you through your studies

Our teaching staff at the Reading School of Pharmacy work hard to ensure you get the best out of your time here and you will be encouraged to learn in different ways throughout the course of your MPharm.

The exciting and challenging curriculum is delivered in an innovative way, combining theory and practical work to give you the full picture of the profession as well as your future career possibilities.

"My four years at Reading have honestly been some of the best of my life. Reading School of Pharmacy has given me so many opportunities and the staff and facilities are fantastic. I have loved every moment and couldn't have asked for more."

Naseeb Ubhi

MPharm graduate

Teaching you the basics and beyond

The Reading School of Pharmacy understands the importance of helping you to develop your future career alongside the MPharm undergraduate degree.

While you study you will be encouraged to further your learning in placements, as well as gain key principles in leadership development.

"I loved every bit of my experience at the Reading School of Pharmacy. The course gave me great insight into leadership development as well as becoming competent in clinical knowledge to enable me to do my current role."

Gurinder Singh

MPharm graduate and RSoP Teacher Practitioner Pharmacist

Discover more about the MPharm

Find out more about the MPharm Pharmacy course at Reading including modules and entry requirements.

*13th in the Guardian University Guide for Pharmacy & Pharmacology, 2020

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