Master of Pharmacy


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Master of Pharmacy

An undergraduate university degree in the UK awarded after a four-year program of pharmacy training.
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"We are delighted to host our first Master of Pharmacy undergraduate degree here at Newcastle University, furthering our reputation as a leader in the medical field."
Master of Pharmacy Lidiya Neycheva is the hospital pharmacy manager at Tokuda Hospital Sofia.
The University's four-year Master of Pharmacy degree is accredited by the General Pharmaceutical Council and leading the student volunteers in the HLP promotion is fellow pharmacy student Calum Plenderleith.
To become a pharmacist you will need a Master of Pharmacy, which is a four-year degree,and to start that you will need three A-levels including chemistry and two others from biology,maths and physics.
Places on the undergraduate Master of Pharmacy degree have been increased from 64 when it started in September 2008 to 72 for 2009.
The university has enrolled its first undergraduates on the new Master of Pharmacy degree (MPharm).

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