MSc Regulatory Affairs (Medical Devices)

TOPRA is developing an exciting new MSc in Medical Devices. This will provide the opportunity for people to combine modules in both pharmaceutical and medical technology regulatory affairs, something that might be particularly beneficial for our members interested in drug-device combination products, as well as consultants and members who are in the early stages of their career who wish to have a foot in both camps.

The TOPRA Medical Devices MSc will begin in February 2018. To join the programme, please contact Kay, our postgraduate administrator.


Upcoming modules

Begin DateTitleDescription
11/13/2017Autumn Introductory Course 2017An introduction to Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs and MSc Regulatory Affairs Module 0 - 7FHH1097 of the MSc Regulatory AffairsIC217
11/6/2017Clinical Evaluation of Medical DevicesThis will help you to understand the broad scope of clinical investigation and the regulatory processes required with the alternative routes to demonstrate compliance.MC152017
2/14/2018Regulation of In Vitro Diagnostic Medical DevicesThe course will cover both the current regulatory environment and the new medical device regulation in the EU and other jurisdictions such as the US, Japan, China and Brazil.MC192018
9/6/2017Regulatory Strategy for a New Chemical Active SubstanceNon-Clinical Development: Module 2 of the MSc: The aims of this module are to enable you to consider and evaluate practical nonclinical regulatory aspects for global drug development, explore and critically debate the regulatory issues likely to arise during nonclinical programmes in order to be able provide effective advice on such situations.MSC22017
11/27/2017Regulatory Strategy for a New Active Substance: GCDModule 4 of the MSc: This will enable you to develop effective regulatory leadership within your organisation throughout the clinical development and the registration of a new medicine.MSCM42017
1/31/2018Regulatory Control of Clinical OperationsModule 5 of the MSc and Masterclass: This module will provide you 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.MSCM52018

Experiences of the MSc

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


Entry requirements

To be admitted to the MSc, candidates will normally need to have 2 years’ experience in regulatory affairs and hold a science degree or equivalent. Read more about TOPRA MSc enry requirements.


Fees

TOPRA MSc fees guide
(Microsoft Word Document)

Frequently asked questions

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


Terms and conditions

Booking conditions for the MSc Regulatory Affairs modules.

Downloads

Download an application form
(Microsoft Word Document)
Programme specification
(Adobe PDF File)

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