Pharmacy (DPharm)

Keele University

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A professional doctorate provides a programme of advanced study and research, equally rigorous to the purely research oriented PhD. The taught modules aim to develop practitioners’ skills and knowledge in the key areas of advanced practice needed for career development whilst the research component builds research skills and other transferable skills such as project management, problem solving, information management and academic writing.The DPharm will provide the opportunity for pharmacists ... READ MORE

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78th / 95
CUG ranking
Complete University Guide Ranking
Source: Complete University Guide 2023
52nd
CUG subject ranking
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14th

Start date and duration

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SEP
Part Time
6 years

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Source: IDP Connect, March 2022

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Candidates for the DPharm programme must be pharmacists or pharmacy technicians who are registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) and working full or part-time in an appropriate organisation where they are permitted to conduct work-based research and evaluation. In addition, candidates must have a: postgraduate Master’s degree in a relevant subject, or MPharm, minimum 2:1, and a postgraduate pharmacy diploma, or postgraduate pharmacy diploma and evidence of experience of professional practice research or evaluation (e.g. postgraduate Certificate in Research and Evaluation, published papers), at the discretion of the programme manager* or senior practitioner with evidence of an advanced practice role and/or evidence of experience of pharmacy practice research or evaluation (e.g. postgraduate Certificate in Research and Evaluation, published papers), at the discretion of the programme manager.

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More info: Full time fee (2021/22) is £2,900 per year, and it's a guide for part-time students. Please note that international students studying at Keele can only take courses in full-time mode..

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More info: Full time fee (2021/22) is £7,500 per year, and it's a guide for part-time students. Please note that international students studying at Keele can only take courses in full-time mode..

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More info: Full time fee (2021/22) is £7,500 per year, and it's a guide for part-time students. Please note that international students studying at Keele can only take courses in full-time mode..

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Where you'll study

Keele University

Keele
ST5 5BG United Kingdom Nearest train station: Longport  2.2 miles away

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