If you are looking for a career where you can help people and have lots of career opportunity, becoming a pharmacist might be the right path for you.
As a student at the International Study Centre, you now have the opportunity to progress to study Pharmacy MPharm at the University of Huddersfield. This exciting news means you can gain a degree in Pharmacy, work towards accreditation and play a key role in helping patients.
Why study Pharmacy?
There is a real demand for accredited pharmacists across the UK. As a pharmacist you would work directly with patients, playing a key role in their wellbeing. It is also diverse career with work opportunity in patient care, research and innovation.
The University of Huddersfield ranks 24th in the UK for Pharmacy, and the degree is accredited by the General Pharmaceutical Council. You will study in state-of-the-art facilities, where nearly £80 million pounds have been invested on campus, and be taught by leading professionals.
Take the steps to success
The International Study Centre will help you prepare for your Pharmacy MPharm degree, by helping you develop your academic, English language and interpersonal skills. Small classes sizes will provide you with the extra support you need, while presentations and teamwork will help you to better communicate with your peers. This practice will help you prepare for a career where interpersonal skills are important to effectively helping patients.
You can progress to the Pharmacy MPharm degree after successful completion of the International Foundation Year in Computing, Engineering and Science. To progress to the University course you will be required to complete an interview.
If you are interested in studying Pharmacy at the University of Huddersfield, contact us to begin your journey.