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This part-time course enables suitably-qualified pharmaceutical industry employees to:acquire the necessary knowledge base to submit themselves for nomination as a Qualified Person (QP)develop relevant academic knowledge and skills at postgraduate leveldevelop research and investigative skills in the area of pharmaceutical quality and good manufacturing practiceThe course is provided in a unique collaboration between:Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences (SIPBS)NSF
This part-time course enables suitably-qualified pharmaceutical industry employees to:
acquire the necessary knowledge base to submit themselves for nomination as a Qualified Person (QP)
develop relevant academic knowledge and skills at postgraduate level
develop research and investigative skills in the area of pharmaceutical quality and good manufacturing practice
The course is provided in a unique collaboration between:
Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences (SIPBS)
NSF International (formerly known as NSF-DBA and David Begg Associates (DBA))
NSF-Health Sciences are leading experts in the pharmaceutical and medical devices industries offering training, consultancy and auditing services.
Modules are assessed individually. You’ll sit formal examinations. MSc students write and submit for examination a thesis based on their research project.
You should hold a relevant degree in a pharmaceutical, biological or chemical discipline or equivalent. You’re required to have attended and completed the required number of Qualified Person (QP) or QLP modules with NSF International.
The University of Strathclyde is a first-rate institution, offering a diverse variety of postgraduate course options and fostering an inclusive university community, welcoming students from around the globe and from all types of backgrounds.
Strathclyde is a research-oriented university, delivering a transformative learning experience. It invests intelligently in campus facilities to provide a superb environment in which to study and socialise. Recent years have seen significant enhancements in campus infrastructure, with upgrades to existing departments, and many entirely new facilities.
The new state-of-the-art £60 million Learning & Teaching Building, which opened in 2021, includes cutting-edge teaching facilities, student support services and the Students’ Union.
Where you'll study
16 Richmond Street
Glasgow, City Of