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Clinical Pharmacy Practice MSc

Course Description

This MSc course is for those who have a diploma in clinical pharmacy and are working in a hospital setting.

Building on both academic knowledge and professional experience, it helps you to develop your career in clinical pharmacy and deliver the highest level of patient care.

Our long-term collaboration with teaching hospitals across London and the south-east allows you to gain further clinical experience as you advance to masters level. You will graduate with enhanced career opportunities and a deeper understanding of research methodology.


The MSc is largely vocational, but you also have to undertake a research methods module and research project. The research methods module covers clinical and psycho-social research governance, the use of various measurement tools, protocol writing, data evaluation and statistical analysis.

You will have the support of an academic supervisor throughout the course.


- Research Methods
- Research project

Careers and employability

The course allows you to return to your profession with an advanced skill set and a broader range of clinical experience. The research modules on the course also prepare you for doctoral work, should you want to pursue further study.

Visit the Clinical Pharmacy Practice MSc page on the University of Brighton website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Degree and/or experience: Applicants should hold a postgraduate diploma in clinical pharmacy, be currently in UK hospital pharmacy practice and be registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council. For non-native speakers of English: IELTS 6.5 overall, with 6.0 in writing and a minimum of 5.5 in the other elements.

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