1 January 2050

Master's project

During the master's project, you will apply knowledge about scientific methods for the solution of a scientific problem within the field of medicines regulatory science.

The master's project in Medicines Regulatory Affairs typically comprises a literature study on a selected topic, selection and description of relevant regulations, guidelines literature and scientifically based documentation, a discussion of the scientific based documentation related to the relevant literature, regulations and guidelines as well as a conclusion on the results of the project.

The project topic can be an investigation of a particular regulatory case, implementation of a regulatory activity in a company, or a study of a particular regulatory problem. In any event, the selected subject should be put into the context of a broad regulatory perspective.


Course details

Duration: Individual agreement, approximately 332 hours of work for 12 ECTS
Dates: Dates for start and hand-in must be stated in the agreement
Frequency: Available every year
Place: University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Course fee: EU/EEA citizens: 15.000 DKK
Non-EU/EEA citizens:  21.000 DKK
Terms and conditions
Level and credit: Part-time master's level; 12 ECTS
Examination date: Individual agreement
Application deadline: Rolling admission
Admission: Only available for students enrolled on Master of Medicines Regulatory Affairs

The opening of the application period is announced via the programme newsletter.