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This MSc in Pharmacy Administration and Pharmacy policy specialising in Regulatory Sciences from the. University of Western Cape. Read more

This MSc in Pharmacy Administration and Pharmacy policy specialising in Regulatory Sciences from the University of Western Cape and Healthcare Learning was developed to address the urgent need for trained and skilled professionals working on the regulation of medicines. This course gives you the required knowledge about current regulatory issues in the drug development and pharmaceutical industry in emerging markets such as China, South Africa, India, Russia and Latin America. Our online deliver is designed to allow busy professionals around the would the time and freedom to gain an accredited masters degree without taking time out from your career.

Who is this programme for?

This programme is designed for professionals in the pharmaceutical industry who wish to gain a deep understanding of drug registration and the regulation of medicines already on the market. It is also suitable for recent graduates in relevant disciplines who wish to enter the pharmaceutical industry.

Structure and Delivery

The programme consists of eleven separate modules plus a research project and is completed over 2 years. It is delivered online through a combination of downloadable multimedia-enhanced lectures, live online tutorials and self-directed study. There are also optional onsite sessions for leadership and negotiation and ethics modules.


  • Ethics
  • Writing & Evaluating Technical Documents (CTDs)
  • Pharmacovigilance
  • Regulatory & Affairs
  • Leadership & Negotiation
  • Statistics & Clinical Trial Management
  • Health Economics
  • Regulatory Sciences for Generics & Biosimilars
  • Regulatory Sciences & Complementary Traditional Medicine
  • Regulatory Sciences for medical Devices
  • Research Methods
  • Research Project

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We have scientists and clinicians working together on all aspects of pharmaceutical sciences and clinical pharmacy. Read more

We have scientists and clinicians working together on all aspects of pharmaceutical sciences and clinical pharmacy. This spans the fundamental understanding and concepts of drug action, the discovery of new drugs and development of medicines, the clinical management and rationale use of medicines, through to the professional role of the pharmacist in improving public health.

As a postgraduate research student studying for an MPhil or PhD, you will be based within the School of Pharmacy and a research institute in the Faculty of Medical Sciences relevant to your proposed research. Our research institutes are as follows:

If your research involves clinical components there may be a partnership with the NHS.

The School of Pharmacy's focus is on multidisciplinary translational research, work that is relevant to real life. We combine world-class laboratory and clinical research facilities with an open environment where scholars, clinicians and researchers benefit from working side-by-side. You will spend your time within research teams led by experts in their field, in a friendly and supportive atmosphere.

We offer MPhil and PhD supervision in the following research areas:

Disease-Selective Medicines

The discovery and development of new small molecule therapeutics with improved disease selectivity and reduced systemic toxicities, through the use of rational drug design and synthesis, lead optimisation, and preclinical evaluation in cellular disease model systems. We are particularly interested in the development of cancer prodrugs with tumour specific activation and reduced systemic toxicity, and novel therapies for improved treatment of infective diseases including Dengue and other haemorrhagic fever viruses and Tuberculosis, amongst others.

Improved Strategies for the Treatment of Chronic Pain

Understanding the molecular mechanisms that generate and maintain the symptoms and processes of chronic pain, and its translation to effective strategies for pain control, including opioid treatment.

Cellular Physiology

Understanding the pathways that allow hormones to control epithelial ion channel activity and physiological action, particularly the control of sodium channel activity in the distal nephron and consequent hypo/hyper-tension.

Safety Pharmacology and Discovery Toxicology

Development and utilisation of new preclinical tools for identification of therapeutics with potential safety liabilities, particularly novel clinically relevant cell models and systems for detection of effects upon the heart.

Pharmaceutics and Chemical Principles of Dosage Form Design

Pharmaceutical formulations to deliver active molecules to treat disease. We have active research on intermolecular interactions, nanoscale pharmaceutics and nanotherapeutics, including dosage form design from intermolecular interactions, and delivery of biopharmaceuticals. In particular research is focused on:

  • determining strategies for improving drug solubility and altering materials properties to enable effective drug delivery and the production of enhanced medicines.
  • supramolecular Pharmaceutics, particularly inter/intramolecular interactions and kinetics leading to, during and after self-assembly of small organic molecules.
  • fundamental and translational nanomedicines
  • understanding and improving drug delivery via the subcutaneous, inhaled and intravitreal routes of delivery

Pharmaceutical Public Health

The role of community pharmacy as a central fulcrum to address health inequalities and behaviour change in relation to smoking, alcohol and substance misuse, sexual health and obesogenic behaviours, amongst others. As the community pharmacy is the most frequent point of contact for patients and public within the wider primary healthcare team, we evaluate the dynamics and interactions of this relationship and the potential role for pharmacy within the early diagnosis of disease and improvements in public health.

Rational Medicines Use

The safe and efficient use of medicines in primary and secondary care is central to the role of every pharmacist. However, medicines are becoming increasingly complex and patients are being given more preventative medicine focused at improving their health, which poses clear risks and significant potential for complications. Rationalisation of medicine usage crosses care boundaries, applies both within primary and secondary care, and furthermore at the care interface. We investigate prescribing habits and the mechanisms to support patients who may take complex medicines for a significant portion of their life

Patient Safety and Health Information Technology

Medication errors can result in patient injury or death, and are preventable. These errors can occur at the stages of ordering, transcription, dispensing and administration. We conduct studies around key technological advances targeted towards intercepting these errors and improving patient safety. Our research focuses on evaluation of specific health information technology prevention strategies throughout the medication use process, with a particular emphasis on health information technology, including its broader implications for medical care and policy. We also explore the different types and causes of errors that occur during the prescribing process when using electronic systems, providing national and international recommendations for their improvement.

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The Joint Master Degree Program in Cultural and Creative Industry Management is collectively designed and developed by. Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU). Read more

The Joint Master Degree Program in Cultural and Creative Industry Management is collectively designed and developed by Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) and University of Southern California (USC). This program integrates the advantages and resources of two mother universities to cultivate future industry leaders with creative spirit and thoughts. Taking creation, innovation and entrepreneurship as its core, the program focuses on the curriculum development in the fields of art, philosophy, economics, management, design, and technology.

Students will receive 2 degrees at the end of this program. The program runs over a period of 2.5 academic years of full-time study. Students who meet the degree requirements of SJTU and pass the thesis defence will be awarded SJTU Master of Journalism and Communication and students who meet the degree requirements of USC will be awarded USC Master of Management Studies in Cultural and Creative Industry.

1st Degree from SJTU

Master of Journalism and Communication

Located at China’s economic and financial center-Shanghai, SJTU is a comprehensive and national key university directly under the administration of the Ministry of Education (MOE) of the People's Republic of China. Founded in 1896, SJTU is one of the higher education institutions which enjoy a world-renowned reputation in China.

Through 121 years’ unremitting efforts, SJTU has become a comprehensive, research-oriented, and internationalized top university in China. It is now sailing for the aim of becoming a world-class university.

SJTU has 64 undergraduate programs covering 9 major disciplines: economics, law, literature, science, engineering, agriculture, medicine, management, and arts. It boasts strong academic influence in the field of engineering, commercial science, and medicine.

2nd Degree from USC

Master of Management Studies in Cultural and Creative Industry

Located in Los Angeles and founded in 1880 by the Methodist Church, USC is one of the world’s leading private research universities. USC is a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU) and the Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU).

USC’s School of Cinematic Arts, Leventhal School of Accounting, School of Dramatic Arts, Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, Sol Price School of Public Policy, School of Pharmacy, School of Architecture and Viterbi School of Engineering respectively rank among Top 10 in USA.

You can find more information about the joint degree programs here: https://www.icci-abroad.com/


Several types of scholarships are available for qualified students through application. Once the application deadline is passed, our SJTU based student evaluation committee will consider the applications for their suitability for a scholarship. The scholarship will be given if the applicant is a high calibre student with qualifying academic achievements.

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