TOPRA offers degree accreditation programme

Posted on 01/08/2018

TOPRA is delighted to announce the opening of its degree accreditation programme to recognise and promote the teaching of regulatory affairs at undergraduate level.

Regulatory affairs is covered in undergraduate courses to a greater or lesser extent: usually as a module in degrees including biomedical science, pharmaceutical science, pharmacy, chemistry, engineering, law or data science. Our accreditation programme will recognise individual modules in regulatory affairs and confirm their suitability for preparing students to be effective.

If you know a university that includes regulatory affairs at undergraduate level that you think would benefit from being “TOPRA accredited”, please do put us in touch (

Join our accreditation panel
If you are interested in being involved in TOPRA's degree accreditation panel, please send your CV to Samantha Alsbury ( You will need at least five years of regulatory experience, be a registered member (MTOPRA) or fellow of TOPRA (FTOPRA) and have some experience of delivering training. This is a voluntary role, but travel and subsistence will be covered. We expect that the time commitment, after training, would be no more than five days per year.