You will develop the skills and knowledge you need for a successful pharmaceutical career at Manchester's Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health.
Our undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses and research programmes will help you develop your theoretical knowledge and practical skills in your chosen area thanks to our wide-ranging research and strong links with the NHS.
We can also help you develop your skills and knowledge while you work through our continuing professional development (CPD) courses.
You will learn from real-life pharmacists on many of our courses and take advantage of excellent facilities, both on and off the campus.
That's why Manchester is the place to begin – or continue – your training or research in pharmacy.
Find out more about our programmes by visiting us on an open day.
"The first thing that struck me as I entered the Stopford Building was the warm, buzzing atmosphere. There are various club activities and lots of social events to get involved with. Manchester is a great city with countless opportunities, and I would recommend the city and the University to anyone with aspirations of becoming a great pharmacist."Oliver Williams / MPharm student
Begin your pharmaceutical training with courses designed to prepare you for the practicalities of working life.
Build on your degree with our in-depth taught courses in a range of specialisms.
Come and join our research community in finding solutions to challenges in medicine and the health sciences.
Find out about our continuing professional development courses in pharmacy to keep learning while in work.
Find out how our short course helps healthcare professionals to take on the role of an independent prescriber in their area of practice.
Read blog posts from our students to find out what it's like to study biology, medicine and health at Manchester.