Pharmacy Employer Programme Information
If you want to review the programme information listed on Oriel to assist with your preferencing, please download the spreadsheet below. The spreadsheet will allow you to sort and filter the programmes available.
All applicant enquiries, including locked oriel accounts, must be logged through the HEE London, Kent, Surrey and Sussex Support Portal website. Please access this website from the button below.
Please read the FAQ's first and submit and enquiry if you can't find the answers you need.
What's happening now (July - Aug)
The application window for students is now closed, you can spend time researching the placements you are interested in preferencing before the MMI selection centre booking window closes today (24th July). Please read more about the process of booking your MMIs and Numeracy/SJT centres from the following link.
Accessing Oriel and Applicant Guide
You will regularly need to be logging into your Oriel account and referring to the applicant guide, please access these below.
Pre-registration Pharmacist training programme information available on Oriel
5th June 2019
Application window opens
12:00 noon, 5th June 2019
Application window closes
26th June 2019
MMI selection centre booking window opens
17th July 2019
MMI selection centre booking window closes
24th July 2019
Numeracy/SJT centre booking window opens
5th August 2019
Preferencing window opens
7th August 2019
Numeracy/SJT centre booking window closes
16th August 2019
MMI selection centres held
9th September 2019 - 26th September 2019
SJT/Numeracy selection centre held (Pearson VUE Test Centres)
30th September 2019 - 11th October 2019
Preferencing window closes
31st October 2019
First round of offers released
Offers upgrade deadline
End of November
The recruitment and selection process to pre-registration pharmacist training places aims to have methods that are fair, transparent and free from discrimination.
We publish our recruitment and selection methods processes and quality framework on the following webpage
The processes are designed and delivered by the Pharmacy National Recruitment Office (PNRO) working in partnership with local offices of Health Education England and the Welsh Workforce Education Development Service. However hard we try to respond to the wishes and aspirations of applicants accessing our recruitment services, we do recognise that, on occasion, our service may fall short of expectations. If you believe this has happened to you, you can use the complaints procedure below, which tells you how to make a complaint and how it will be handled.