Modules of the MSc

The MSc Regulatory Affairs consists of a series of modules.

  • Five modules are offered per year
  • You can attend up to four modules per year
  • To gain your MSc you will need to attend eight modules within a minimum of 3 years and a maximum of 6 years
  • You must also submit a dissertation of 18,000–20,000 words.

All modules are also available as free-standing courses. If you wish to take a single module, please book it online .


Upcoming modules

Begin DateTitleDescription
08/06/2022Regulatory Control of Clinical OperationsThis Masterclass is also Module 5 of the MSc and will provide you with an understanding of the practical and regulatory aspects of global clinical research, in order to offer effective advice on the regulatory issues likely to arise during clinical programmes.MSCM520222
08/06/2022Regulatory Control of Clinical OperationsThis Masterclass is also Module 5 of the MSc and will provide you with an understanding of the practical and regulatory aspects of global clinical research, in order to offer effective advice on the regulatory issues likely to arise during clinical programmes.MSCM522O
12/10/2022Regulatory Strategy for Established Active SubstancesThis Masterclass is also Module 7 of the MSc and is designed for regulatory affairs professionals to develop and deepen their understanding of all aspects of the regulation of and the strategic issues to be considered in relation to medicines containing established active substances, including line extensions, generics and the relevant aspects for OTC products. It will allow them to examine the regulatory requirements imposed on these substances.MSCM72022
12/10/2022Regulatory Strategy for Established Active SubstancesThis Masterclass is also Module 7 of the MSc and is designed for regulatory affairs professionals to develop and deepen their understanding of all aspects of the regulation of and the strategic issues to be considered in relation to medicines containing established active substances, including line extensions, generics and the relevant aspects for OTC products. It will allow them to examine the regulatory requirements imposed on these substances.MSCM72022O
02/11/2022Regulatory & Related Activities Through the Device LifecycleThis Masterclass is also Module 17 of the MSc Regulatory Affairs and will provide regulatory affairs professionals with insight into the strategic issues affecting the commercial and regulatory maintenance of a medical device throughout its lifecycle, with focus on post-launch activities and future pressures.MSCMD1722O
15/11/2022The Autumn Introductory Course (Pharmaceuticals)Module 0 of the MSc: This course covers all aspects of the product development process, and provides a sound overview of EU legislation and regulatory procedures, including the central role regulatory affairs plays in modern healthcare companies.IC22022
30/11/2022Regulatory Strategy From Development To the MarketplaceThis Masterclass is also Module 6 of the MSc regulatory Affairs and will enable you to consider and evaluate the practical regulatory aspects of regulatory strategy for commercialising products and maintaining the brand from the development stages to registration and throughout the product lifecycle. You will explore and critically debate the regulatory issues likely to arise prior to and during commercialising of products in order to be able to provide effective advice on such situations.MSCM62022