Find Your Niche: Where to Specialise After Your Primary STEM Degree

If you have a qualification in a science, engineering, business or quality environment, you’ll have the chance to develop technical proficiency in the food industry and hone your problem-solving abilities. This will make you a significantly more effective professional in a highly quality-driven industry.

MSc in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing & Processing Technology

Our greatly sought-after MSc in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing & Processing Technology provides a comprehensive course of the manufacturing processes related to global pharma, biotech, food and device sectors. You’ll receive the essentials skills to tackle scientific, business and medical challenges that the industries face.

You’ll join a special network of professionals in your field while boosting your chances of advancing international career opportunities as well as gaining access to equipment in a simulated manufacturing environment. Acceptance to this award-winning course is available to those who possess the relevant science or engineering qualifications.

Postgraduate Diploma course in Medical Device Technology & Business

Finally, the new part-time Postgraduate Diploma course in Medical Device Technology & Business covers an array of core topics concerning the design and manufacturing of medical devices. It addresses the emerging trends in the industry, the field’s quality systems and regulations as well as teaching operational excellence, medical measurement, strategic thinking and the appropriate professional business skills.

Ideal for those seeking to enter the MedTech industry who are unable to enrol in a full-time programme, a higher degree at NFQ Level 8 in Science, Quality, Manufacturing, Engineering, Medicine or a similar discipline is required.

How can I find out more?

Visit the Innopharma website to find see course modules and further information about our Masters and Postgraduate courses. If you would like to further discuss your options, please feel free to contact us.