International Regulatory Affairs - Waterford
It aims to educate students in regulatory affairs including the skills to develop and implement regulatory strategies, understand and manage the submission and maintenance of Marketing Authorisation applications and post approval submissions. The course will cover the regulatory framework, legal basis of applications, regulatory agencies, structure and content of regulatory submission to Europe and export markets and pharmacovigilance.
Honours degree in cognate area plus 2 years industry experience.
1 SEMESTER – PART-TIME
Blended delivery - 2 days per month on-site
Post Course Info
This course places a strong emphasis on the professional development of the graduate and is aimed at students already working in an industrial environment. Such a qualification will enable and facilitate career progression for graduates in the region.
Further study opportunities
This programme can be taken as a stand-alone Certificate worth 10 credits at level 9, or if the student wishes, they can use these credits towards the 60 credit Postgraduate Diploma in Analytical Science with Quality Management (WD 519) or the 90 credit MSc in Analytical Science with Quality Management (WD 520).