If you're a Scottish student studying in Scotland, you won't pay any tuition fees. If you study in England, fees will cost up to £9,000 per year, but some places will charge less. Students from Wales and Northern Ireland will pay up to £3,465.
Minimum UCAS Tariff points or grades you need to apply for this course.
Pharmacy is a demanding degree. Once you've graduated, you'll spend a year training, after which you'll qualify as a professional pharmacist. You'll have to become knowledgeable about the origin and chemistry of drugs, the preparation of medicine and approved pharmacy practice.
Employment rates amongst pharmacists are high and most graduates find work in NHS hospitals or high street chemists. Others will venture into industry and teaching or pursue further studies.