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The British Pharmaceutical Students’ Association is in its 70th year and is the official student organisation of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. It represents undergraduate pharmacy students and preregistration trainees. Ryan Hamilton, MRPharmS, president of the BPSA, explains what the association has to offer.
Guidance on accepting or rejecting preregistration training offers has been issued
Seven ambassadors have been appointed by the British Pharmaceutical Students’ Association...
Boots UK is no longer offering five-week paid summer placements for first and second year pharmacy students
A five-year MPharm degree is set to be launched by the University of Nottingham, with its first intake in September 2013
Student stories dominated the top 10 most read news items of 2012 on PJ Online, with six making the list
Pharmacy student numbers in England will be restricted to bring them in line with the number of NHS-funded training placements
Preregistration trainees sitting next year’s registration examination will be able to refer to the British National Formulary for Children
Pharmacist Paul Grassby has been appointed head of the new school of pharmacy at the University of Lincoln
Only 58.2 per cent of 402 preregistration trainees who sat the September registration examination have passed
Ranveer Bassey provides a snapshot of pharmacy education in the UK today
Undergraduate pharmacy places need to be managed without the use of a blanket cap, according to the British Pharmaceutical Students’ Association...
Preregistration trainee Vikesh Ka’kad is the new president of the British Pharmaceutical Students’ Association, it was announced today...
Pharmacists who want to challenge themselves academically beyond master’s level may be attracted by the idea of studying for a doctorate — which can focus on research or an area of professional practice
Eight venues will be used for this summer’s registration examination, an increase from the five venues used last year...
Visa eligibility requirements have been relaxed for non-EEA pharmacy students who wish to carry out their preregistration training in a UK...
Fees for entry to this year’s preregistration training scheme and registration examination will be cut, the General Pharmaceutical Council...
Entry fees for the preregistration year and examination will be cut this summer if a set of proposals, due to be considered...
Pharmacy students at King’s College London have been praised by England’s chief pharmacist Keith Ridge for getting involved in research into people’s awareness of pharmacy services during last year’s “Ask your pharmacist” week.
University applications have decreased by almost 10 per cent this year in England — where tuition fees are due to rise
Social mobility is a key priority for the Government. David G. Allison and Julian Skyrme provide data from Manchester that suggest its pharmacy course promotes social mobility
Pharmacy students at the University of Brighton are being set a series of tasks similar to those seen on BBC television show "The Apprentice"...
Anthony Smith is to leave his post as dean of the London School of Pharmacy when it merges with University College London next month...
Removal of certain texts from the open book pharmacy registration examination raises questions about how preregistration trainees’ knowledge of pharmacy law is to be tested
Preregistration trainees taking next year’s summer and autumn registration examinations will no longer have use of the Drug Tariff...
Nearly 88 per cent of preregistration trainees who sat the September registration examination — 500 out of 569 (87.9 per cent) — have passed
Recommended changes to the running of the registration examination have been accepted by the General Pharmaceutical Council, following discussions with the British Pharmaceutical Students’ Association
Three final-year pharmacy students from the University of Sunderland who helped test a range of drugs to treat eye problems in patients suffering from a rare genetic disease have showcased their results at an international conference.
New education standards mean MPharm providers will need to balance the adoption of competency-based approaches with the need to educate pharmacists at the highest level
Following the decision by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society to establish associate membership for preregistration trainee pharmacists, Jeff Mills asked three young pharmacists about their careers so far and what membership of the Society during their preregistration year meant to them
The School of Pharmacy, University of London, had one of the top graduate employment records The School of Pharmacy, University of London, had one of the top graduate employment records for any higher education institute in the UK last year
A smartphone trailer and presentation to help pharmacy graduates gain a greater understanding of life at Lloydspharmacy has been launched by the community pharmacy chain
The British Pharmaceutical Students' Association has just entered its 69th year and is the official students’ organisation of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. It is the only national body that represents undergraduate pharmacy students and preregistration trainees. Louise Hemmings explains what the BPSA has to offer