Industrial Pharmacy - Quality Management (2022)
|University of Geneva|
|Location||Geneva, Lake Geneva region, Switzerland|
|Deadline||15 September 2022|
Seize Quality Management issues and transformations head-on
The pharmaceutical industry must seize Quality Management issues and transformations head-on. But well-trained professionals are missing. To overcome this gap, the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Geneva, in close collaboration with the Swiss Society of Industrial Pharmacists and the Groupement Romand de l’Industrie Pharmaceutique (GRIP-Pharma), as well as a diversity of experts from companies based in Western Switzerland, has launched the very first Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) in Industrial Pharmacy - Quality Management. Read the full article >> >
Professional in the pharmaceutical industry (including biotechnology), as well as participant who needs to expand their knowledge in the field in order to pursue a career in a branch of quality management in industry. Holder of a Master's degree in pharmacy, biotechnology, chemistry, life sciences; holder of a Bachelor's degree (chemistry, biotechnology); holder of a Bachelor's degree or Master's degree in chemistry/biotechnology
Master the legal framework for pharmaceutical product marketing and the relationship between the holder of the marketing authorization and operators
Participants who pass the assessment requirements and successfully complete all modules and the individual project will be awarded a CAS in Industrial Pharmacy - Quality Management by the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Geneva.
Quality management is essential for any industrial activity. The objective of this CAS is to provide high-level training in effective quality management that addresses the specific needs of the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries.
Hold a university master’s degree, a university bachelor’s degree, a bachelor’s or master’s degree from a university of Applied Pharmaceutical Sciences or a degree deemed equivalent
Professors and staff at University of Geneva and experts from the pharmaceutical industry, including executives from pharmaceutical companies located in French-speaking Switzerland
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