UK-recognised pharmacist qualifications
England, Scotland or Wales-qualified pharmacists
You can apply to register as a pharmacist with the GPhC through this route if you hold a UK accredited four-year MPharm degree, have successfully completed 52 weeks of pre-registration training in England, Scotland or Wales, and have passed the GPhC's registration assessment.
Towards the end of your pre-registration training, complete our application form and guidance notes and return it to us by post.
If you need to complete a statutory declaration for whatever reason then please download this and follow the instructions given in the GPhC Registration Guidance:
Northern Ireland qualified pharmacists
If you hold a UK-accredited four-year MPharm degree, have successfully completed 52 weeks of pre-registration training in Northern Ireland and have passed the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland's registration examination, use our NI Information and Application pack.
Evidence of English language skills
From 21 November 2016 a new law makes it a legal requirement for all registrants and applicants to have the necessary knowledge of English for safe and effective practice as a condition of their registration with us.
If you are applying to join the register and have completed the appropriate UK qualifications, in most cases you will automatically satisfy the registrar that you meet the English language requirements. Make sure you read the guidance notes with your application form and our guidance on evidence of English language skills for more information.