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Make a difference to the development, discovery and supply of medicine with our fully-accredited four-year pharmacy degree.
As experts in medicine, pharmacists are taking on increasingly important roles in modern healthcare teams; as well as enjoying exciting career options in diverse health settings, from hospitals and community pharmacies to working in GP practices, care homes and the pharmaceutical industry.
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Study to become a pharmacist with a world-leading team from King's School of Pharmaceutical…
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Got a question? Chat to Ramila, a current Pharmacy student at King's.
Head of Department of Pharmacy, Dr Sukhi Bansal, presents an overview of our course and answers your questions with our current student Ramila. This video was recorded as part of the Virtual Open Week in July 2021. Although it was up-to-date at the time it was filmed, some changes to courses and teaching staff may occur. Please check our course webpages for the most up-to-date information.
Timestamps: 0:50 - What does a Pharmacist do? 2:40 - Where can I work? 4:50 - What training do I need to complete?5:23 - What qualifications do I need?6:07 - Why Pharmacy at King's? 7:44 - Our vision 8:20 - Pharmacy achievements 9:13 - Our graduate skills 10:30 - Overview of the programme 15:12 - Placements 19:38 - Our teaching style21:12 - Student support24:00 - The future for Pharmacy students 26:06 - Q&A with Dr Sukhi Bansal & current student Ramila
Pharmacy is taught in Waterloo Campus, located right in the heart of London. Waterloo Campus is just five minutes from the London Eye and a ten minute walk across Waterloo Bridge to Strand Campus.