Pharmacy Course Information
What is Pharmacy?
Pharmacy is the study of all aspects of drugs, both natural and synthetic in origin, including their chemistry, their uses in medicines, and how they work within the body. Pharmacists work in a variety of settings; community pharmacies, hospitals, long-term care facilities, and within the pharmaceutical industry, to name just a few. In many respects, their role as a key healthcare professional is to help people achieve the best results from their medications.
- Course Code: TR072
- Places in 2014: There are 5 places for Non-EU students
Detailed information on the course content can be found at BSc in Pharmacy
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Coming into Trinity, I honestly did not know what to expect. Now I have come to realise that it is the best decision I have ever made. The one significant criterion that was going to help me choose a college was how much opportunity there was for students to get involved. With the high level of research facilities and tutors that Trinity has, I get a chance to experience, experiment and live every single theory I come across. Also, I thought I was going to find it difficult as an international student, but with several societies and organisations here, life can be really comforting and enjoyable at Trinity.
Victor Atueyi, Senior Freshman, BSc. Pharmacy