The largest undergraduate course in the school is the four-year M.Pharm (Hons) degree which leads, after pre-registration training and examination, to membership of the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC). The school is also the home to BSc Honours courses in Biomedical Science, Ecology, Pharmaceutical and Chemical Sciences and Biological Sciences, and the new MChem/BSc (Hons) Chemistry courses. In addition, the school has a significant input to the biology and chemistry areas of the university's BSc Honours Environmental Sciences.
Courses are available at various levels including:
- Foundation degree
We develop courses in close consultation with industry and professional bodies such as the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) and the Institute of Biomedical Sciences to ensure that our graduates have the range of skills employers are looking for and many include professional accreditations. Work placements are an intrinsic part of our MPharm programme providing further chances for students to develop skills and make industry contacts and, in collaboration with the National Health Service, the school prides itself on delivering competency-based programmes aimed at practicing pharmacists such as our Applied Therapeutics course.
Facilities you can expect to use if you choose to study at Brighton include:
- Computer suite
- Electron Microscopy and Image Analysis
- Tissue culture labs
- optical, confocal, electron and atomic force microscopy
- 360 MHz NMR
- mass spectrometer
- extensive analytical equipment
- quartz crystal resonance sensors
- category 3 microbiological suite
- category 2 tissue culture suite
- extensive molecular biology facilities
You can also use the Aldrich library, media centre, computer store, studentcentral and sports facilities.
You'll find yourself in one of the liveliest and sunniest parts of the UK. There are many sides to Brighton and something for everyone from arts, culture, sport, clubbing, the outdoors and shopping. Put simply, it is a great place to be a student.