Call for Applications for MSc in Drug Regulatory Affairs | Fall 2019
The first fully online MSc in Drug Regulatory Affairs in Southern Europe and the Middle East
The Department of Life and Health Sciences at the University of Nicosia will offer as of September 2019 (Fall 2019) an innovative postgraduate programme (Master of Science) in the field of “Drug Regulatory Affairs”. The Drug Regulatory Affairs (MSc) is an international master’s programme focusing on the regulation of medicinal, biological and biotechnological products, as well as on the regulation of other health care products i.e. medical devices and herbal medicinal products.
The programme targets individuals involved in the regulatory and legislative areas of the pharmaceutical industry, as well as employees in healthcare and biotech companies or in the regulatory bodies.
Graduates of the programme will be qualified to advise and involve professional groups in the development process dealing with the regulatory and statutory requirements governing drug registration.
Call for Applications for Academic Year 2019-2020
|Duration||1.5 Years (3 Semesters)|
|Qualification Awarded||Master of Science in Drug Regulatory Affairs|
|Level of Qualification||Master Degree (2nd Cycle)|
|Language of Instruction||English|
|Mode of Study||Distance Learning|
|Minimum ECTS Credits||90|
- Completed application form.
- Curriculum Vitae.
- A Bachelor’s degree (accompanied by a transcript) in a field related to Pharmacy, Chemistry, Medicine, Veterinary, Biology from an accredited institution of higher education.
- A short statement (approximately one page) of personal goals and professional interests.
- Evidence of knowledge of the English language (I.E.L.T.S band score ≥ 6.5 or equivalent).
- Two recommendation letters (one preferably from a University Professor).
- Other documents that might support the application (e.g. articles, books, awards).
- Documentation on previous working experience in the Pharmaceutical Industry (if applicable).
The admissions process includes an interview with the candidate.
More information available on the MSc in Drug Regulatory Affairs page.