Masters in Regulatory Affairs

Date: 7th September 2018 -
30th June 2020
Time: 08:30 - 17:00
Duration: 2 Years. 2 Semesters per year.
Venue: Blended learning, including workshops nationally.
Address: Starts Sept 2018
Induction 7th in IT Sligo. Prog Start 10th.
Irish Medtech Skillnet Member: €8,100.00 pp
Non Member €10,800 pp
Event details

Masters in Regulatory Affairs

The Irish Medtech Association Skillnet and contracting organisation, the Irish Medtech Association, the Ibec group that represents the Medical Technology sector and IT Sligo in collaboration with NUIG have collaborated to present a Masters in Medical Technology Regulatory Affairs to meet the growing requirements of Irish companies in filling regulatory and quality assurance roles.

The impetus for the development of this specialist programme emerged from industry needs and content has been developed in conjunction with a taskforce comprising regulatory experts from the Irish Medtech Association’s Regulatory and Quality Working Group.

This programme is developed specifically to enable Regulatory Affairs personnel in the Medical Technology industry understand all current applicable regulations while ensuring that the student will develop skills to address and prepare for the ever-changing environment of regulatory affairs.


The programme and training is funded by the Irish Medtech Skillnet.

Training takes place over typically two years, with two semesters per year.

Participants will complete a dissertation during Year 2 of the programme.

Upon successful completion of the programme, participants receive an MSc award at NFQ Level 9.

For all queries on the event, please call the event organiser:
Michelle Reinecke-Quain, Tel: +353 61 431802

Per delegate: €8,100.00
(plus VAT)
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