The MSc Pharmaceutical Enterprise programme is delivered by experts in the field, many with on-going experience of the sector; and this ensures the programme maintains relevance in this fast moving industry.
The interactive teaching equips you with the medical, scientific, regulatory and business skills to achieve success. Internships and consultancy project opportunities arising from associated SME companies offer highly prized ‘real life’ experiences.
The MSc Pharmaceutical Enterprise programme aims to provide you with a toolbox of skills to enable you to:
select, develop and commercialise projects with therapeutic potential
create, seek funding and take leading executive roles in companies to exploit the commercial potential of projects in
a spin-out/SME environment
You will need a relevant degree with at least a 2:1 or equivalent to enter this programme. This can include a business or science based degree.
We accept a range of qualifications, our country pages show you what qualifications we accept from your country.
English language requirements
You can satisfy our English language requirements in two ways:
English to IELTS 7.0 (with a minimum of 6.5 in each component) or TOEFL Internet based 95 overall with no less than 22 in any band.
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