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.
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.
Each ECTS credit is equivalent to 27.5 hours of study, which includes preparation, course activity and exam. The total workload of this master’s programme equals one year of full-time university study. However, full-time study is not an option as some courses are available only every second year. The activities are distributed over 2 to 6 years as part-time study.