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Postgraduate study

 


Our postgraduate taught courses

Discover our leading postgraduate courses to take your career further.

Duration One year FT two years PT

Study MSc Biopharmaceuticals in the Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine, at King's College London.

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Duration MSc full-time: one year, MSc part-time: two-four years PG Dip part-time: two-three years PG Cert part-time: up to two years

Study MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert Clinical Pharmacology in the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine at King's College London.

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Duration 9 months

Study Clinically Enhanced Pharmacist Independent Prescribing (CEPIP) PG Cert a GPhC accredited course for qualified pharmacists at King's College London

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Duration MSc full-time: one year, MSc part-time: two-four years PG Dip part-time: two-three years PG Cert part-time: up to two years

Study MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert Drug Development Science in the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine at King's College London.

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Duration One year FT September to September 2 years PT

Study MSc Pharmaceutical Analysis & Quality Control in the School of Cancer & Pharmaceutical Sciences at King's College London.

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Duration One year FT two years PT

Study MSc Pharmaceutical Technology in the Department of Pharmacy at King's College London.

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Duration PG Cert: PT, 12 months, PG Dip or PG Dip (Prescribing): PT, two years, MSc or MSc (Prescribing): PT, three years. All programmes start in September.

Study MSc, PG Dip, PG Cert Pharmacy Practice in the Department of Pharmacy at King's College London.

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Duration One year FT, September to September

Study MRes Translational Cancer Medicine in the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine at King's College London.

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Our postgraduate research course

We provide a  Cancer & Pharmaceutical Sciences MPhil/PhD, hosting doctoral students working on a variety of projects related to the research interests within our departments.

This course allowed me to be sure that I do want to do a PhD, in addition to exposing me to very varied areas of research in an engaging manner. I appreciated the level to which I managed my own time and workload and really enjoyed the process as a whole. In short I would highly recommend this course to anyone considering commencing a career in research.

Daniel, Translational Cancer Medicine student

 

 


Professor Peter Parker

17 April 2019

5 mins with…Peter Parker

Professor Peter Parker is the Director of the Cancer Research UK (CRUK) King's Health Partners (KHP)…

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Iron sulfur meeting

26 April 2019

A meeting to discuss iron-sulfur cluster biogenesis and other related metal mediated pathways.