You have already completed your science or engineering degree and have chosen the pharmaceutical, medical device or food science industries for your career. If you’re currently deciding whether to pursue a master’s degree, it’s
important to ensure you’re investing your time wisely. It is a big decision for anyone – and it can take time to weigh up the impact on your life. Read on to find out why choosing a Masters from Innopharma could be the best decision
you make this year.
What skills are in demand?
The pharmaceutical, medical device and food science industries are all booming in Ireland – with the pharma industry alone accounting for up to €30bn in exports. And when an industry is booming – it needs employees. In a report released
last year, the Expert Group on Future Skills Needs estimated
that over the next four years there will be at least 8,400 job openings for biopharma professionals in Ireland. As it
stands there simply aren’t enough skilled professionals to fill the anticipated needs of the industry, which is why sensible upskilling can give your career a whole new lease of life.
Why choose Innopharma?
When it comes to preparing you for a career in the Pharma, MedTech and Food sectors, we think we’re among the best around. Not only do our range of courses provide you with the diverse skillset you’ll need to succeed in your chosen industry,
we complement our academic modules with industry experts and practical workshops.
What courses are available?
Our comprehensive range of courses includes options for candidates interested in pharma, MedTech and the food industry:
All courses run over 12-18 months and allow you to study online or at one of our colleges – with all lectures available online – supplemented by additional workshops two Saturdays a month. We know many of our students already have busy careers,
which is why we aim to offer as much flexibility as possible in our course delivery.
How can I find out more?
Visit the Innopharma website to find see course modules and further info on all of our Masters courses. And if you would like to get in touch
to discuss your options, please feel free to contact us.