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  • Employment rate: 75%
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Studying about Pharmacology

A pharmacology degree allows students to work at the centre of Human Healthcare. In studying pharmacology, you will become an expert on medicines and how to use them. Students undertaking a pharmacology degree can expect to work on hospitals, GP clinics, retail pharmacies or even within a lab conducting research. Famous Pharmacology graduates include the likes of Alexander Fleming, the man who discovered Penicillin, or John Pemberton, the inventor Coca-Cola. With this degree, students can expect to work in prescription, care management, advising, or the design and development of new treatments.

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