Many of our students go on to gain employment in patient-facing clinical roles in the community pharmacy sector, hospitals, or emerging roles in general practice.
The strong science base to our integrated MPharm degree also supports career progression in research and drug development roles in the corporate and public pharmaceutical industry, and roles in academia. We have a strong careers programme to support this.
We are the only school of pharmacy in South West England and there's currently a good demand for pharmacists in the region, so you'll be well placed when looking for graduate jobs.
We're recognised as one of the top schools of pharmacy in the UK and our graduates consistently achieve high pass rates in the registration assessment set by the General Pharmaceutical Council.
We're also top 10 in the Complete University Guide 2020 for Pharmacology and Pharmacy.