The University of Wolverhampton has invested £1/2 million in new interactive teaching spaces offering Pharmacy students the right prescription for flexible learning.
First, second and third year students studying on the Pharmacy Master’s degree course (MPharm) are benefiting from new £250,000 Team Based Learning facilities which have been introduced at the University’s City Campus in Wolverhampton.
The structured classroom space is equipped with touch screen technology and mobile classroom seating – all designed to create a collaborative and flexible learning environment and encourage student teamwork.
The University has also invested £250,000 in a new Pharmacy Practice Suite to support clinical aspects of the course.
Dr Rebecca Butler, Senior Lecturer in Pharmaceutical Chemistry in the Faculty of Science and Engineering, said:
“The learning is active rather than static, encouraging teamwork which provides students with opportunities to engage more with their peers – completely changing the ethos of how we deliver Pharmacy education.”
Tesha Gunputh, third year Pharmacy student, said: