Student hub


Your guide to all the RPS resources to help you with your studies

We know as a student it can be tricky to know where to find information and what information will be useful to you.

That's why we've created this Student hub, bringing all of our resources together in one place, along with some super helpful information from other organisations. 

These resources are only available to student members of the RPS.
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During your studies

Every degree is different, so we've grouped our resources into themes to help you find what you're looking for more easily. 

Summer placements and jobs

Tomorrow's Pharmacist, from the Pharmaceutical Journal, has some articles which you might find useful if you're thinking about a summer placement.

They also have some great tips for while you're on your placement:

Where can I apply for placements?

The Pharmacist Support website has a great list of in different sectors of pharmacy. You should also keep an eye on the section as they may announce when applications for summer placements are open.

Thinking ahead?

You might be starting to think about the kinds of roles you'd like to go into once you finish your degree. Our careers information section has information and videos about some of the roles a degree in pharmacy opens up to you.

You may also want to consider how to if you're thinking about going into a patient-facing role.

Exams and assignments


The FASTtrack revision guides, from Pharmaceutical Press are available as , or online at .

Don't forget, as an RPS member, you get 25% off when you buy through the Pharmaceutical Press website above - simply enter your membership number at the checkout!

RPS Library

As an RPS member, you have access to over 30 e-books, focusing on some key topics in pharmacy. Such as Dale & Appelbe's Pharmacy Law & Ethics, Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines.

You also have access to the Medline, CINAHL, International Pharmaceutical Abstracts and the Biomedical Reference collection databases through our e-library. Allowing you to find evidence-based information, which you can use in your projects and assignments. 

There's also training webinars available to help you use the databases and find trustworthy information.

Hints and tips

Our blog has some great advice those who've been through it all before:


Where else can you get help?

How we work with BPSA

The is the official student organisation of the Londep. We support them to lead the development and progression of pharmacy students, and to provide support resources and learning opportunities.
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