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Queen's University of Belfast (School of Pharmacy)

The Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland was formed in 1920 as a consequence of the Government of Ireland Act of that year. In 1929, a BSc degree in Pharmaceutics was founded at The Queen's University of Belfast, making it one of the oldest pharmacy degree courses in the United Kingdom.

Teaching in Pharmacy was provided at this time by the Belfast College of Technology. The degree course ran in tandem with the diploma course, then the major entry route into the profession. In common with the rest of the UK, degree level entry into the profession became mandatory in the late 1960's.

The School of Pharmacy at Queen's is ranked consistently as a top UK School of Pharmacy by the Times Good University Guide.

The School of Pharmacy is situated on the Medical Biology Centre site, in close proximity to the two main Teaching Hospitals (Belfast City Hospital and the Royal Victoria Hospital) and to the pre-clinical and clinical departments of the School of Medicine.

School name:Queen's University of BelfastSchool of Pharmacy
Address:Medical Biology Centre, 97 Lisburn Road
Zip & city:BT9 7BL Ireland
Phone:028 9097 5800

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