There are a number of exciting opportunities for those who have continued their studies beyond undergraduate level in research areas relevant to the discovery, development and supply of medicines. In general the subject of your research is not as important as the skills you have developed through it. Select the area of interest for further information:
Employers in the pharmaceutical industry usually prefer applicants who have had previous exposure to the type of position applied for - whether through work experience or other similar way. The section on Getting experience gives advice on this issue.
Explore Working in the industry for a taste of the many potential career areas you could pursue within the pharmaceutical industry.
The Pharmaceutical recruiters section of the website links to a list of potential employers.
I studied chemistry, physics and maths A-levels and went on to do a 4 year MChem chemistry degree at Leeds University.