To complete the MSc, you should ideally have some experience of working in a regulatory affairs department, and a relevant degree, (unless you have many years experience or regulatory affairs). An alternative option is to start with module 0 (the Spring or Autumn Introductory Course).
You will need to complete 8 modules and a dissertation within five years for the full MSc. We have appointed a Dissertation Adviser to advise students on their choice of dissertation topic and research methodology.
The modules are held over three days, with two nights residential and take place five times per year. These take place in both the UK and Europe. The price for each UK module for students is currently £1600.00 plus VAT. Modules in Europe are priced individually according to the country but are currently EUR 2100 per student, VAT will vary from country to country. This price includes accommodation for two nights and all food and refreshments. You do however need to pay for and make your own travel arrangements to and from the venue.
There is a one off matriculation fee of £1500.00, as well as an annual registration fee of £710.00. These prices do not include VAT. For the UK this is currently 20%.
Some students do not complete the full MSc. You can exit the course after four modules with a certificate, or eight with a diploma.
|Application form for MSc Regulatory Affairs|
|Instructions for completing the application form for the MSc in Regulatory Affairs|