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The British Pharmaceutical Students’ Association (BPSA) was founded in 1942 and is the only national body that solely represents pharmacy students and pre-registration trainee pharmacists. As the official student organisation of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, the BPSA exists to represent, educate, and entertain our members.

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Established in London since 1949, the International Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation (IPSF) is the leading International Advocacy Organisation for pharmacy students. Representing over 350,000 pharmacy students and recent graduates in 70 countries worldwide, IPSF aims to promote improved public health and pharmacy education through the provision of information, education, networking, and a range of publications and professional activities.

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EPSA shall exist to develop the interests and opinions of European pharmacy students and to encourage contact and co-operation between them.

In 1978, the French Pharmacy Students’ Association, ANEPF, invited students from other European countries to their annual congress in Nancy. The reason for this was to discuss the forthcoming European Community directives on the mutual recognition of pharmacy degrees and to compare studies between different countries.

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A page setup by Kingston School of Pharmacy with useful links and quick access to material and to fulfill your everyday pharmacy needs.

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