Open days

    Come and visit us on one of our university open days.

    • Next date to be confirmed. Last open day was 4 October 2014

    University Open days offer prospective students and their parents a chance to learn more about studying pharmacy at Manchester and the admissions process.

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Events

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Blog

  • Manchester Pharmacy School celebrates Inter-professional Learning in the North West

    Education North West (HENW) launches its e-book – ‘Celebrating Interprofessional Learning Success Across the North West: ‘Transforming Learning Environments’.  This resource builds on the successful education partnerships and strong placement infrastructure networks to showcase the breadth of activities and commitment to Interprofessional Learning in the North West. The e-book evidences case studies of ‘where’ and […]

  • First Year Students Welcome Event

    On Thursday the 2nd October our new first year students took part in a white coat ceremony.  This formal ceremony welcomes new undergraduates to the profession.  The ceremony took place in the grand setting of the Sackville St Building Great Hall. During the ceremony the students listened to a warm welcome from Professor Kay Marshall, […]

  • £448.14 raised for Macmillan Cancer Support

    We would like to say a HUGE thank you to everyone that came and supported the Macmillan Coffee Morning.  To everyone that baked, helped sell the cakes and to those that bought and donated money, we are extremely grateful for your contribution in raising money for such a fantastic charity. Because of your donations to […]

  • Manchester Pharmacy School Drop In Sessions, Fridays, 1-2pm, Ground Floor Reception area

    A member of the teaching exec (Drs Jill Barber, Sally Freeman, Jason Hall or Vicky Silkstone), will be available in the Manchester Pharmacy School (MPS) Ground Floor Reception area on Fridays, 1-2pm, throughout both semesters.  Please drop in and talk to us about your student experiences and teaching in the MPS.

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