Study Pharmacy at Newcastle University and you'll be joining our world-renowned Faculty of Medical Sciences. We have an international reputation for the quality of our well-established degrees in medicine, dentistry, psychology and biomedical sciences.
From September 2017, Newcastle University will be launching the Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) undergraduate degree.
Previously based at Durham University, students who have started their studies at Durham will now have their teaching delivered by Newcastle.
Alongside undergraduate teaching, a postgraduate research community will have ample opportunity to work across the Faculty of Medical Sciences, and our other faculties.
We're working towards a full accreditation from the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC), for our MPharm degree.
The GPhC is responsible for regulating pharmacy professionals and registered pharmacies in Great Britain. Studying a professionally accredited MPharm Honours degree is your first step to becoming a pharmacist.
Our new School of Pharmacy will be based on campus, in the King George VI Building.
Located directly opposite the Royal Victoria Infirmary (RVI), this will enable an easy transition for our students between teaching and placement experiences.
Currently under development the new location will provide; new and fully-furnished facilities, laboratories, equipment and a suite of staff and postgraduate research student offices.
As a Pharmacy student, you’ll also benefit from a wealth of teaching and learning facilities in the nearby Faculty of Medical Sciences Building. This includes recently refurbished anatomy and clinical skills teaching spaces, a dedicated library and student learning spaces.
King George VI Building
School of Pharmacy
Queen Victoria Road
Newcastle upon Tyne
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