MSc Regulatory Affairs (Medicines)

TOPRA’s MSc Regulatory Affairs (Medicines) can be combined with a choice of up to two medical technology modules to give you more flexibility, so you can tailor the programme to your specific needs. The programme is validated by the University of Hertfordshire and allows you six years to complete the required elements. Students may also attain a Postgraduate Certificate after completing four modules or a Postgraduate Diploma after the completion of eight modules.

About the MSc

TOPRA is pleased to announce that our MSc Regulatory Affairs has been validated by the University of Hertfordshire.

The two MSc titles are MSc Regulatory affairs (Medicines) and MSc Regulatory affairs (Medical Devices).

Students may be eligible for a distinction or commendation, depending on their final results on completion of their studies, after a maximum time period of six years. More

Entry requirements

Entry requirements for the programme normally specify a Science degree (at the equivalent of a 2.2 or above) and that the student has obtained basic knowledge about regulatory affairs processes, documentation in the healthcare industry and has professional skills which include attention to detail, organisation and communication in an area of healthcare product development and lifecycle management. Read more about TOPRA MSc entry requirements.

Forms and documentation

Frequently asked questions

If you have a question about the TOPRA MSc, you could find the answer on our FAQ page.

You can also contact Kay Wood, our postgraduate programmes administrator, for more details.

Fees

Experiences of the MSc

Some of our graduates and module leaders talk about their experiences of the Regulatory Affairs MSc.

Upcoming modules

Begin DateTitleDescription
01/06/2021Regulation of In Vitro Diagnostics Medical DevicesModule 19 of the MSc and Masterclass: Primarily focusing on the In Vitro Diagnostic Regulation, this course will present the latest information covering the new regulation and how this differs from the In Vitro Diagnostic Directive in the EU and other jurisdictions.MC192021
01/06/2021Regulation of In Vitro Diagnostic Medical DevicesModule 19 of the MSc and Masterclass: Primarily focusing on the In Vitro Diagnostic Regulation, this course will present the latest information covering the new regulation and how this differs from the In Vitro Diagnostic Directive in the EU and other jurisdictions.MC1920210
07/07/2021The Medical Device Introductory CourseModule 13 of the MSc and Masterclass (Principles of Medical Device Regulatory Affairs): Providing those new to Medical Device Regulatory Affairs with an understanding of the regulatory requirements for medical devices in the EU.INTROMD21
29/09/2021Regulation of Electrical, Electronic and Software DevicesModule 20 of the MSc and Masterclass: This Masterclass will enable you to understand the practical and strategic regulatory issues relating to the development, maintenance and marketing of active devices. It will enable you to critically debate the commercial implications and the impact of the regulations on product stakeholders.MC202021

Terms and conditions

Booking conditions for the MSc Regulatory Affairs modules.