MSc Regulatory Affairs (Medical Devices)

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

To join the programme, please contact Kay, our postgraduate administrator.

About the MSc

Both our MSc Regulatory affairs (Medical Devices) and MSc Regulatory affairs (Medicines) have been validated by the University of Hertfordshire. 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

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 entry requirements.


Frequently asked questions

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

Experiences of the MSc

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


TOPRA MSc fees guide 2018-2019
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Upcoming modules

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25/09/2019US Regulation of Medical DevicesThis Masterclass will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the US regulatory procedures for medical devices, to enable you to make recommendations about regulatory strategy for the US market. Additionally it will provide you with an understanding of a globally important market in addition to the knowledge of the EU that the rest of the course provides.This is also Module 21 of the MSc Regulatory Affairs.MSCM212019

Terms and conditions

Booking conditions for the MSc Regulatory Affairs modules.

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