Bristol is the third best university in the UK for Pharmacy and Pharmacology

We didn’t do as well overall

Bristol has been ranked as the third best university in the UK for Pharmacy & Pharmacology in the latest Guardian university rankings.

Our university beat the likes of Nottingham and Manchester, and scored an impressive 75.8 out of 100 for that course.

Unfortunately, we didn’t fare as well overall and are ranked as the 38th best university in the UK, a fall of three places since last year.

We are at least still ranked higher than Sheffield, King’s College London and Liverpool.

The top ten are Cambridge, Oxford, St Andrews, Surrey, Loughborough, Durham, Imperial, Lancaster, Warwick and Bath.

Bristol received a score of 65.1 out of 100 overall, with student satisfaction holding us back in particular. Things aren’t any better on the other side of the city though, as UWE came 68th.

Bristol scored particularly highly for the following subjects:

Anatomy & Physiology – 7th

Engineering – 5th

Mechanical engineering – 6th

Pharmacy & pharmacology – 3rd

Social policy & administration – 3rd

Social work – 2nd

Veterinary science – 6th