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Postgraduate study


Our postgraduate taught courses

Discover our leading postgraduate courses to take your career further. 

Duration: One year

Gain detailed knowledge of advanced analytical toxicology and its applications at King's College London.

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Duration: MSc full-time one year, MSc part-time two-six years

Focus on understanding what a drug is doing to the body (pharmacodynamics), what happens to a drug in the body (pharmacokinetics), and how drugs work in terms of treating a particular disease.

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Duration: MSc full-time, one year, MSc part-time, two-six years

A flexible study programme designed for those working in or seeking to work in the field of drug development.

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Duration: MSc one year, MRes 15 months

Gain advanced knowledge of the forensic processes and analytical techniques with our course, fully accredited by The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences.

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Duration: One year full-time, two years to six years part-time

Work towards a career engaging with the wider medical community on core issues related to medicines with our Medical Affairs MSc.

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Duration: One year

Better medicines can change lives. Here at King’s, our renowned pharmaceutical science and pharmacology research is helping us develop new drugs, new policies and new ways of working.

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Duration: Six months, next intake September 2024

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

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Duration: 12 months full-time September to September

Our Pharmacology MSc will give you a deep understanding of pharmacology, and allow you to put this into practice through laboratory practicals and projects in our world-class facilities.

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Duration: One year, September to September

Gain detailed knowledge and understanding of research methods applied to rational drug design, clinical study design, molecular and cell biology and more.

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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


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Our postgraduate research courses