Qualifications

TOPRA provides a full range of postgraduate qualifications, offered in conjunction with the University of Hertfordshire


Take the first step by signing up to the MSc Regulatory Affairs programme, choosing the qualification that is most suitable for your current circumstances, work commitments and career aspirations. This part-time programme is fully flexible with the MSc taking up to six years to complete so you can take the course at your own pace and pay as you go.

Postgraduate Certificate Regulatory Affairs

    • Choose any four modules with assessments

    Postgraduate Diploma Regulatory Affairs (Medicines or Medical Devices)

    • Choose 8 modules, of which 6 must be from the pathway you are majoring in

    MSc Regulatory Affairs (Medicines) or MSc Regulatory Affairs (Medical Devices)   

    • Choose 8 modules as above and then include a final dissertation project, which can be aligned with your company’s needs.

    All modules are also run as standalone Masterclasses. You can sign up for your academic qualification immediately before your first module or after your first Masterclass.

    See the online prospectus for more

    Veronica Lipucci Di Paola Completing the full pathways MSc in Regulatory Affairs (Medicines) is a real satisfaction for professionals like me who love their job and work with passion in the pharmaceutical environment. TOPRA MSc is an extraordinary opportunity for professionals working in the sector to expand their regulatory knowledge not only at European level but also internationally. I would definitely recommend it.”  
    – Veronica Lipucci Di Paola, MSc

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    Study for a PhD

    Eligible postgraduates now have the opportunity to join TOPRA’s PhD Regulatory Affairs programme, also run with the University of Hertfordshire.

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