Food Regulatory Affairs - Veterinary Public Health VPH
MSc Food Regulatory Affairs VPH
Graduate Taught (level 9 nfq, credits 90)
MSc Food Regulatory Affairs (Veterinary Public Health VPH) covers the regulation of the entire food chain from "farm to fork".
This part-time programme provides postgraduate training in Food Regulatory Affairs together with a specialism in Veterinary Public Health (VPH) and is particularly designed for veterinarians employed in the food sector who wish to develop their career in this field.
The programme is entirely distance taught and Internet delivered.
European and global experts in veterinary and food science, law, economics, and policy contribute to the programme
The awards are granted jointly between Ulster University (UK), and University College Dublin.
Applications are direclty with University of Ulster. Queries on Application and Entry Requirements should be directed to University Ulster.
Who should apply?
Part Time option suitable for:
Domestic(EEA) applicants: Yes
International (Non EEA) applicants currently residing outside of the EEA Region. No
Queries on Application and Entry Requirements should be directed to University of Ulster.
How to apply?
Queries on Application and Entry Requirements should be directed to University of Ulster
2 Years Part-Time
Post Course Info
Careers & Employability
There are excellent job prospects for graduates in food and projections for graduates in this discipline are extremely positive. At a time when the importance of the link between food and regulation is becoming increasingly evident, this programme will provide graduates with the skills necessary to function in technical, advisory and management roles in the food industry, public sector and regulatory agencies. Within the food industry graduates will work in areas such food regulatory affairs, food labelling, product development and innovation, research and development, technical sales, product quality enhancement, with the distinct advantage of bringing a regulatory perspective to each of these roles.