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Find undergraduate and postgraduate courses leading to clinical careers in health. Most of the courses lead to eligibility to apply for statutory professional registration. 

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MPharm Pharmacy (including pre-registration year)

Birmingham, University of

West Midlands

5 years

Undergraduate level

Full time

College of Medical and Dental Sciences
52 Pritchatts Road
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT

https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergraduate/courses/med/pharmacy-5-year.aspx

MPharm Pharmacy with a Placement Year

Norwich, East Anglia, University of

East of England

5 years

Undergraduate level

Full time

admissions@uea.ac.uk

01603 591515

This five-year course includes the pre-registration element of pharmacy training, enabling you to graduate ready to apply for registration as a UK pharmacist. Please contact the university for further details.

MPharm Pharmacy with Foundation Year

Reading University

South East

5 years

Undergraduate level

Full time

0118 378 8372

This MPharm Pharmacy with Foundation course is a five-year programme for students who have not taken the appropriate science A-levels. It includes a year of foundational study and leads directly into the four-year course.

MSc Physician Associate Studies

Hatfield, University of Hertfordshire

East of England

2 years

Postgraduate level

Full time

ask@herts.ac.uk

01707 284800

College Lane
Hatfield
Hertfordshire
AL10 9AB

https://www.herts.ac.uk/courses/msc-physician-associate-studies

PgDip/MSc Physician Associate Studies

Keele University

West Midlands

2 years (with additional third year, part-time)

Postgraduate level

Full time

PgDip/MSc Physician Associate Studies

Keele University

West Midlands

2 years (with additional third year, part-time)

Postgraduate level

Full time

This course is subject to validation. Please contact the university for further details. 

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