|Study location||Ireland, Cork|
|Type||Master courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||1 year|
Generally tuition fee for a non-EU student would be: €14,000*
*with exception of the:
In addition to the above R.I.A.P. fees of 835 apply and consist of:
There are bursaries and scholarships available to non-EU students:
- Griffith College Bursary of €2000 (and €1000 in case of MSc in Pharmaceutical Business & Technology and MSc in Digital Transformation) – awarded to each successful applicant
- Academic Merit Scholarship (AMS) awarded to students demonstrating strong academic performance. Has 3 levels, offering an award of €500, €1000 or €1500 respectively.
NB! the amount of R.I.A.P. fees and bursaries available is subject to change and can depend on individual circumstances. To confirm the tuition fee applicable, as well as the amount of bursary available to you individually, please talk to your UA consultant.
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
Candidates seeking access to the Master of Science in International Pharmaceutical Business Management programmes are required to hold either:
A Level 8 Honours Degree, 2.2H or higher, in Pharmacy, Science or equivalent discipline.
IELTS 6.5 or equivalent
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MSc in International Pharmaceutical Business Management is available on both a full and part-time basis and is conducted over a 1 or 2.5 year period respectively. The programme develops learners’ abilities to research current trends and developments in the Pharmaceutical Business Management Industry and to develop their knowledge, skill and competencies to work in this dynamic business arena across multiple industries, whether they are service or manufacturing oriented. As a graduate of the course you will:
Expand your knowledge of marketing, technological developments, product release and regulatory affairs in the pharmaceutical industry.
Master business development and launching activities within an ever-expanding industry
Become an expert in regional management, forecasting and budgeting.
Develop your interpersonal, professional and leadership skills by working independently, and as part of a team on a range of challenging projects.
Part-time learning allows students already working in the area extra time to hone skills.
Pharmachem Skillnet funding is available for this programme.
The Programme consists of three stages:
Stage 1 & 2 – a two semester taught stage leading to the Postgraduate Diploma in Science in International Pharmaceutical Business Management, for learners who wish to exit at that stage. (60 Credits)
Stage 3 – a one semester dissertation based stage, where the learners make regular contact with their dissertation supervisor, leading cumulatively to the Master of Science in International Pharmaceutical Business Management. (30 Credits)
Graduates of the Master of Science in International Pharmaceutical Business Management are well positioned to start, or advance, a highly attractive career in an expanding pharmaceutical industry both nationally and internationally.