Pharmaceutical Technology and Quality Assurance at University of Manchester - UCAS

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Course summary

Our MSc in Pharmaceutical Technology and Quality Assurance is aimed at pharmacy, health and biomedical professionals working in technical services for the NHS or private sector organisations who want to update their skills and knowledge while gaining an academic qualification. This three-year part-time course allows you to choose from a range of optional units to enable you to develop in your chosen field of interest. Some units allow you to learn alongside students from other healthcare disciplines. Some of the topics covered by the course are radiopharmacy, aseptics, production, quality control, role of the qualified person, medical gas testing and clinical trials. You will learn from experts from the NHS and industry, who deliver lectures and workshops as part of the course. You will also be able to apply what you learn in practical workshops and visits to and placements in NHS and industrial environments.

Entry requirements

We require an honours degree (minimum Lower Second) or overseas equivalent in: pharmacy or a related scientific or healthcare discipline. We may consider non-graduates with professional experience and academic ability. See the advice to applicants section for more information. You should have access to appropriate practice and facilities for workplace-based assignments. You must also have evidence of support from your employer to attend the residential teaching component and placements as necessary. Ideally, you will have a nominated work-based tutor to support you for the duration of the course.

Fees and funding

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Pharmaceutical Technology and Quality Assurance at University of Manchester - UCAS