Regulatory Careers Live - 2021

May (Online) | October (University of Hertfordshire, UK)

Why attend?

Our careers fair is for anyone who is starting or looking to further their career in healthcare regulatory affairs no matter where they are in the profession. It is an opportunity to meet with potential future employers and get essential advice from some of the most respected and influential leaders in the field of regulatory affairs.

Regulatory Careers Live is aimed at professionals who have just started or are considering a career in healthcare regulatory affairs as well as life science students and recent graduates. It is the ideal opportunity to find out from experienced regulatory professionals from a wide range of backgrounds how you can develop your healthcare regulatory career, to learn about their career experiences and to gather essential tips in the recruitment process.

Today has really helped me to focus in on what direction I want to take. Some of the advice I have received has been invaluable in helping me think about the next steps.”

– Biosciences graduate at Regulatory Careers Live

Event details

Online event:
May 2021 (date TBA)

In-person event:
October 2021 (date TBA)  | 12pm – 8pm BST  

In-person event location:
University of Hertfordshire - de Havilland Campus
Mosquito Way, Hatfield AL10 9EU
United Kingdom

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What to expect from Regulatory Careers Live

Getting there

The University of Hertfordshire's de Havilland Campus is approximately 1 hour north of London.

By train
There are fast and frequent trains from London’s King’s Cross to Hatfield (Herts) rail station or other routes from central London to St Albans City rail station. Directions can be found using the National Rail Journey Planner. From either rail station, buses run regulatory to the stops adjacent to the UH de Havilland Campus.

By car or taxi
The campus is easily reached from the A1(M).


“How I chose regulatory affairs”

We asked four regulatory affairs professionals to tell us how they started their career.

They took different paths, but each wanted to use their scientific qualifications in a stimulating career with excellent prospects.

Read more

Having a careers fair like this is going to really help young people to have a good idea about what they want to do. I wish there had been something like this 30 years ago.”

– Alistair Davidson, RCL 2016 speaker and exhibitor

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