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Our pharmacy teaching is based in the Stopford Building, where £18 million has been invested in new teaching and research facilities by the University.

This provides our undergraduate students with state-of-the-art modern facilities. Specialised aseptic laboratories and communication studios have been built, along with a new dispensing suite and project laboratories.

We also have a newly-refurbished 90-terminal PC cluster with a full complement of pharmacy-specific and office-based software packages available to undergraduates when not used for scheduled, supervised computer-assisted learning (CAL) classes.

Through the Pharmacy Computer Assisted Learning (PCAL) Consortium, students can access all PCAL and Pharma-CAL-ogy software packages through any networked machine on the campus.

Our Year 2, 3 and 4 MPharm students also get the opportunity to use offsite facilities when they spend time in pharmacy departments and on wards in one of three local NHS trusts.