The professional of the future is someone who is capable of developing a professional career in a globalized world. With the aim of preparing our students in the most thorough way, to effectively manage all regulatory activities, this unique Master’s program has been designed to provide a deep understanding of current regulations, and their practical application in the development and commercialization of medicines, biological products, medical devices and food in different territories.
Distinctive features of the Master:
- Flexibility: The Students can choose whether to take the full Master's degree covering worldwide activity, and hence obtain a global view of the regulatory sector, or focus their study on one of five blocks defined by geographical region, covering all the regulatory disciplines of that specific region.
What will you learn?
- Analysis and study of the norms and regulatory practices of the pharmaceutical and food sectors from a global perspective, addressing each subject from the perspective of the five major territories:
- Europe and CIS
- LATAM (Latin America)
- APAC (Asia-Pacific)
- Africa and the Middle East
- Analysis and study of the regulatory bodies in the pharmaceutical and food industry.
- Acquisition of a deep, global vision of the challenges which pharmaceutical and food regulation present in the different countries.
- Acquisition of the necessary competencies for the management of a Regulatory Department of a company.
- The online program provides flexibility and an interactive experience for students who are practicing professionals.
Who is it aimed at?
- Compliance managers, in-house lawyers, experts in regulatory affairs.
- Directors of regulatory affairs departments.
- Officers and agents of relevant/enforcement authorities.
- Members of regulatory institutions, regulatory boards and committees.
- Experts in regulatory affairs and consultants.
- Independent lawyers.
- Food industry: producers, distributors and other commercial operators.
- Pharmaceutical and biotechnological industry: laboratories, research institutes.
- Chemical industry.
- Cosmetics companies.
- Medical technology and healthcare companies.
- Regulatory agencies
- Health authorities.
- Public health service institutions.
- Chambers of commerce.
- Other professional bodies and institutions.