Programme structure

The Master of Medicines Regulatory Affairs is a professional master’s programme for working professionals from the regulatory and legislative areas in the pharmaceutical industry.

The programme consists of 60 ECTS credits divided among compulsory courses, a fixed elective course, elective courses and a master’s project.

Flexible study

Undertake 2–6 years of part-time study. You are free to choose the order in which you follow the courses.

Not only are you free to take the courses in whichever order you choose; you can also take them at a pace to suit you.

All courses require some on-campus activity in Copenhagen, Denmark; this ranges from 2 days to 2 weeks. 

You are expected to prepare both for each course before the first day of lectures and for the exam, which is held after each course.







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