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The complete programme or individual courses?

The Master of Medicines Regulatory Affairs programme gives you the option to enroll in the complete Master programme or choose individual courses suited to your current needs.

The programme has a rolling admission, so applications are evaluated as they come in. Application deadline for courses are 8 weeks prior to the first day of lecture.

If applying for the entire programme, please follow the link below. If applying for individual courses, please use the link on the appropriate course page.

Admission criteria for the programme:
  • hold a relevant bachelor’s degree, professional bachelor’s degree, diploma degree or equivalent. Relevant disciplines could for instance be chemistry, biochemistry, pharmacy, medicine, biomedicine, human biology, molecular biology, veterinary sciences, health sciences, nursing, and engineering.
  • have at least two years of relevant work experience within regulatory affairs or equivalent after having completed the qualifying course of study.
  • meet the language requirements:
    • Scandinavian applicants (including Danish applicants) are required to document proficiency in English corresponding to at least English B level; cf. Section 11 of the Danish Ministerial Order on Admission at Universities.
    • Applicants from an English-speaking country meet the language requirements and do not need further documentation of English proficiency.
    • Applicants who have completed a Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree in English meet the language requirements. Applicants must submit necessary documentation
    • Applicants employed at a company with English as working language meet the language requirements. Applicants must submit necessary documentation.
    • Applicants from outside Scandinavia who speak or write English as a second language must pass the International English Language Testing System (IELTS/Academic) or the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) to document their qualifications in English. The minimum acceptable score for IELTS is 6.5 and for TOEFL 560 on the paper test, or 83 on the internet-based test. For more information about the tests: www.ielts.org and www.toefl.org.  

Further requirements for Students from non-EU/EAA countries.