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University course intakes maybe affected by Coronavirus (COVID -19).Latest info
OverviewWe only have limited Pharmacy Integration Funding available for the January 2020 intake. This will be allocated in order of completed application received and will cover up to 60 credits of learning. Early application is recommended to secure funding.New dates available for 2020 for students funded through the Pharmacy Integration Fund. Download the funding application form.Applications can be made using the postgraduate application form, or using the online portal.The deadline for
We only have limited Pharmacy Integration Funding available for the January 2020 intake. This will be allocated in order of completed application received and will cover up to 60 credits of learning. Early application is recommended to secure funding.
New dates available for 2020 for students funded through the Pharmacy Integration Fund. Download the funding application form.
Applications can be made using the postgraduate application form, or using the online portal.
The deadline for applications for January 2020 intake will be Monday 6 January 2020. See available start dates.
The programme is a blend of clinical and practice modules with real life applications. The course requires minimal attendance and incorporates a blend of learning to meet the individual needs of students.
DMU values the student experience and prides itself in the support it offers to postgraduate students. The course aims to improve your approach to patient care and enhance your employability skills.
Reasons to study Clinical Pharmacy at DMU:
The course continually evolves to meet the needs of a profession which is constantly changing
The course aims to equip you with the knowledge and skills necessary to become competent clinical pharmacists
The course aims to instil a commitment to life-long learning by enhancing and developing your learning skills
You will be supported on your postgraduate journey with a highly motivated and experienced team.
Teaching and assessment
Our distance learning approach is ideally designed for studying at home and in the workplace. Study materials are available online in the DMU virtual learning environment. We suggest you will need to spend about 10-15 hours per week studying the course material and undertaking assessment.
The specialist and learning skills you acquire are highly sought after in many different sectors of practice. Having an MSc is recognised by many employers as a stepping stone in career progression.
Students can achieve, depending on their duration of study and module choice: Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Pharmacy; Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Pharmacy.
De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) postgraduate courses receive continual input from leading employers and professional bodies and are underpinned by excellent research.
The university strives to build what employers need: work-ready graduates with professional experience and industry skills on their CVs. Postgraduate courses are career-focused, with UK and overseas placements, internships, targeted training, coaching and research opportunities available during your studies. There’s lifelong support, too, through DMU’s global alumni community, DMU for Life.
DMU offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses, foundation courses, full-time and part-time courses and Learning Beyond Registration modules, among others.