GET A MASTER OF SCIENCE IN DRUG SAFETY


INTERNATIONNALY RECOGNIZED DEGREE


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Eu2P MASTER FIRST YEAR PROGRAMME


The Master Year 1 programme is half-composed of theoretical training (the course modules) and practical training (the research project).

The Master Year 1 trainee must validate the theoretical and the practical trainings to progress to the second year programme of the Master in Pharmacovigilance and Pharmacoepidemiology.

Master Year 1 Overview
60 ECTS credits English language
Full or part-time pace Key dates and Course calendar
Master of Science degree
after 2nd year completion (120 ECTS credits in total)
Student: 7,000 € or Professional: 12,000 €
Savings on regular fees can be offered under eligibility conditions.

Applications currently closed

Application to this training will be available
from January 27th, 2020 to June 21st, 2020.
Thanks for applying during this period.

Contact the Eu2P Central Office

Applications will open on January 27th, 2020. Please contact the Eu2P Central Office for information.

BASICS IN EPIDEMIOLOGY
Introductory level
3 ECTS credits
From Jan 18th, 2021 to Apr 09th, 2021
BASICS IN STATISTICS
Introductory level
3 ECTS credits
From Jan 18th, 2021 to Apr 09th, 2021
BASICS IN CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY
Introductory level
3 ECTS credits
From Sep 28th, 2020 to Dec 18th, 2020
PRINCIPLES OF PHARMACOVIGILANCE
Introductory level
3 ECTS credits
From Sep 28th, 2020 to Dec 18th, 2020
BASICS IN PHARMACOEPIDEMIOLOGY
Introductory level
3 ECTS credits
From Sep 28th, 2020 to Dec 18th, 2020
BASICS IN MEDICINES RISK COMMUNICATION
Introductory level
3 ECTS credits
From Jan 18th, 2021 to Apr 09th, 2021
VALORISATION AND CRITICAL APPRAISAL IN RESEARCH
Introductory level
6 ECTS credits
From Sep 28th, 2020 to Apr 09th, 2021
ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF HEALTH DATA
Introductory level
6 ECTS credits
From Jan 11th, 2021 to Jun 18th, 2021

Evaluation

Each course module is appraised through continuous and/or final assessment. The Master Year 1 trainee must at least obtain the "pass" grade in each module to validate the theoretical training part of the Master first year programme.

Each Master trainee must conduct a research project in parallel to the theoretical training along the academic year. This research project can be achieved within an academic, regulatory or private body (see Master Programme FAQ for further details).

Note: If you are employed, you can perform the research project on your employer's premises.

This research project is assessed through three separate assessments:

  • the overall research project conduct
  • the research project written report
  • the oral defence of the research project report

The Master Year 1 trainee must at least obtain the overall "pass" grade for the research project to validate the practical training part of the Master first year programme.


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