The entry criteria are as follows:
a 3 year undergraduate degree in a cognate discipline plus relevant industry experience (see below for definition) or
a 4 year undergraduate degree or higher qualifications in a cognate discipline.
Cognate discipline is an undergraduate degree in one of the following disciplines:
*other (case-by-case basis)
Relevant experience is defined as:
one year full-time equivalent experience in a medical department position at Associate level or above in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry (such as Medical Information Associate, Regulatory Affairs Associate, Pharmacovigilance Associate, Clinical Trials Associate, etc), a contract organisation (eg, clinical research, regulatory, economic evaluation, medical) or a clinical trials unit or
one year full-time equivalent position within a relevant government department (such as State or Federal Department of Health, Therapeutic Goods Administration, Office of the Gene Technology Regulator or other relevant regulatory authority).
Evidence requirements will be a CV plus an employer-provided statement of service in relation to professional experience.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Consideration of recognition of prior learning will be used for entry to the program based on relevant professional experience or credit transfer to reduce the volume of learning by a maximum of 12 UOC. Students who have completed similar programs from other universities will be reviewed on a case by case basis and in accordance with UNSW policies and procedures including the UNSW "Recognition of Prior Learning Policy" and the "Postgraduate Coursework Credit Transfer and Articulation Guidelines".