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I want to know the requirement for admission in MPharm in General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) so can you tell me?
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The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) is the body responsible for the independent regulation of the pharmacy profession within England, Scotland and Wales, responsible for the regulation of pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacy premises.

MPharm degree

The Masters of Pharmacy (MPharm) degree programme is a full-time course offered by Schools of Pharmacy at a number of universities in the United Kingdom.

The MPharm is normally a four-year programme which must be completed successfully in order to enter the one year of pre-regsitration training.

Entry requirements-

You might be expected to have A-B grade A-levels in chemistry and two further A-levels in either biology, mathematics, or physics.

If you have A-levels in chemistry and biology, you may also be considered with an alternative third subject.

The GPhC requires students entering an MPharm degree to hold GCSEs in mathematics and English language at grade C as a minimum.

Beyond this, the entry requirements are set by the individual university offering the MPharm degree.

Universities may accept equivalent qualifications, other than A-levels, including qualifications gained outside of the UK.

GPhC-accredited MPharm degrees-

Aston University (Birmingham)
University of Bath
University of Birmingham
University of Bradford**
University of Brighton
Cardiff University
University of Central Lancashire (Preston)
University College London
De Montfort University (Leicester)
Durham University
University of East Anglia* (Norwich)
University of Hertfordshire (Hatfield)
University of Huddersfield
Keele University
King's College, University of London
Kingston University London
University of Lincoln (provisionally accredited)
Liverpool John Moores University
Medway School of Pharmacy, Universities of Greenwich and Kent
University of Manchester
Newcastle University (provisionally accredited)
University of Nottingham*
University of Portsmouth
Queen’s University Belfast
University of Reading
Robert Gordon University (Aberdeen)
University of Strathclyde (Glasgow)
University of Sunderland
University of Sussex (provisionally accredited)
University of Ulster (Coleraine)
University of Wolverhampton


For all general enquiries, please call us on 0203 713 8000, email info@pharmacyregulation.org
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