UCL School of Pharmacy selects Unitu to gain insight on student satisfaction

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Unitu is happy to announce that the renowned University College London (UCL) School of Pharmacy will be using Unitu in the new academic year. UCL faculties and departments have been using our award-winning platform since 2016, and we are excited to welcome more students from this leading higher education institution to the Unitu community.

Unitu will be piloting in the School’s fully accredited Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) programme, as well as its other postgraduate taught courses. Through the platform, staff will gain the benefit of collating representative student feedback in real time and effectively analysing upcoming trends of student satisfaction throughout the academic year.

The 2020-21 year will present new and unprecedented challenges to higher education, and in such uncertain times, hearing the student voice and building a strong virtual community has become more important than ever. Recognising this, Unitu is excited to empower staff and reps at the UCL School of Pharmacy to effectively connect with their student body during this complex climate.

The UCL School of Pharmacy is the pharmacy school of UCL, and forms part of UCL’s Faculty of Life Sciences. The School was founded by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain in 1842 as the College of the Pharmaceutical Society, it has over 175 years of experience and tradition, throughout which it has retained its identity as a specialist institution dedicated to teaching and research in pharmacy and the pharmaceutical sciences. The School is currently rated 5th in the world by QS Rankings (Pharmacy and Pharmacology).

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