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TOP UK Universities Rankings for Pharmocology&Pharmacy 2021


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TOP UK Universities Rankings for Pharmocology&Pharmacy 2021

A guide to the best universities in Britain for studying pharmaceuticals: a ranking of the best universities in Britain, where to apply for Russian students and what programs you can study.

 

Pharmacy programs are ideal for students with an interest in chemistry and medicine. After graduation, pharmacists can work both in small companies and in large hospitals, helping doctors and medical professionals choose the right treatment. For those who love science and medicine, pharmaceuticals will open up excellent prospects.

Most bachelor's degree programs in pharmaceuticals last 4 years. The educational process covers areas such as medicine, biology, chemistry, ethics, economics and others. Modern laboratories and research centers will help you master practical skills.

In the UK, there are three majors in pharmacy programs: Pharmacist, Pharmaceutical Assistant and Technician. Starting salary - £ 18,500.

To enter universities, you need high-quality training in the field of biology and chemistry, the level of the English language must be at least 6.5 points (IELTS).

Rank Institution Entry Standards Student Satisfaction Research Quality Research Intensity Graduate Prospects Overall Score
1 Cambridge 228   3.37 0.82 84 100
2 Dundee 201 4.34 3.5 0.8 89 98.9
3 Strathclyde 218 3.82 3.28 0.9 95 98.5
4 Ulster 160 4.54 3.24 0.77 100 98.4
5 Queen's, Belfast 159 4.25 3.36 1 98 97.8
6 Glasgow 202 4.01 3.2 0.78 93 97.5
7 University College London 168 4.23 3.34 0.85 94 97.2
8 Bath 154 4.19 3.41 0.87 96 96.8
9 Nottingham 148 4.16 3.42 0.79 99 96.8
10 Cardiff 156 4.12 3.42 0.58 98 96.5
11 Manchester 154 4.12 3.38 0.9 95 96.4
12 Queen Mary, University of London 143 4.33 3.34 0.81   96.3
13 Robert Gordon 187 4.16 2.85 0.14 99 96.1
14 Bristol 158 4.35 3.15 0.93 88 95.6
15 Birmingham 148 4.13 3.29 0.36 99 95.5
16 Aberdeen 183 4.38 3.11 0.73 81 95.4
17 East Anglia (UEA) 131 4.15 3.32 0.65 99 95.3
18 King's College London 156 3.99 3.31 0.8 92 95.1
19 Keele 133 4.41 3.3 0.36 95 95
20 Southampton 157 4.06 3.47 0.99 82 94.6
21 Aston 119 4.12 3.37 0.64 98 94.5
22 Reading 126 4.1 2.98 0.89 99 94.3
23 Leeds 154 4.1 3.19 0.77 88 94.3
24 Medway School of Pharmacy 128 3.98 2.9 1 96 93.4
25 Bradford 136 3.94 3.22 0.19 97 93.4
26 Liverpool John Moores 141 4.09 2.75 0.2 100 93.3
27 Portsmouth 105 4.18 3.12 0.85 96 93.3
28 Liverpool 158 4.06 3.09 0.68 80 92.6
29 Central Lancashire 141 3.97 2.63 0.31 99 92.5
30 Newcastle 147 4.09 3.4 0.75 75 92.3
31 Huddersfield 127 3.82 2.85 0.43 99 92.1
32 Brighton 116 3.87 3.17 0.09 99 92
33 Lincoln 131 3.94 3.11 0.5   92
34 Nottingham Trent 112 4.11 3.16 0.5   91.6
35 De Montfort 117 3.98 2.58 0.51 98 91.4
36 Coventry   3.94 3.14 0.1 88 91.2
37 Wolverhampton 124 4.07 2.54 0.43 94 91.1
38 Sussex 127 3.82 3.17 0.15   90.5
39 Sunderland 123 3.91 2.54 0.35 95 90.5
40 Hertfordshire 109 4.04 2.79 0.35 92 90.4
41 Westminster 109 4.17 2.75 0.64   90.3
42 Kingston 110 4.33 2.82 0.08 83 89.6
43 Queen Margaret 150 4.19     75 87.5
44 London Metropolitan 110 4.18 2.57 0.2 63 85.1
45 Anglia Ruskin 77 4.14       83.6
46 East London 102 4.25     58 82.1
Current material has been prepared by Egor Eremeev
Education: Kuban State University, Russia (World Economics); Westminster University (Business & Management).
Egor studied and lived in the UK for 8 years and graduated from the university of Westminster. He is currently the co-founder and the director of business development at Smapse Education and personally visits foreign schools and universities, interviews students studying in those institutions.
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