M2 Regulatory Affairs of the Health Industry
The master is primarily intended for pharmacy students or pharmacists already working in the health products industry. It will allow them to apply for positions in charge of regulatory affairs in the health
products industry or predominantly regulatory positions within health authorities: ANSM, HAS ...
- Students, once graduated, must master all the regulations applicable to the health industries, as well as the status of various health products.
- Students must be able to apply their regulatory knowledge to specific cases likely to arise in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic or medical device industry. This requires a good legal mastery but also a perfect knowledge of all activities developed within a regulatory affairs department which deploys a cross-cutting activity.
Teaching in the form of lectures, conferences and projects will aim to transmit to students not only knowledge but also interpersonal skills to evolve in a service with multiple interactions.
Applicants must have validated their fifth year of pharmacy and the pharmaceutical synthesis certificate or must be pharmacist. They must already have a good experience in the pharmaceutical industry through internships or salaried jobs. They must already have acquired professional attitude and reflexes and have a good spoken and written English.
Anticipate regulatory developments in the field of health products.
Identify the legal issues related to a file handled by a regulatory affairs department.
Autonomously apply the knowledge acquired to the different missions of a pharmacist in charge of regulatory affairs.
Combine theoretical knowledge and particularities of the environment in order to formulate operational proposals.
Explain within the company the regulatory constraints related to the activities carried out.
Report in a relevant way to colleagues and hierarchy.
At the end of the training, graduates must be able to take up any regulatory affairs position within a health products industry. They must be able to carry out the various missions pertaining to such a position and master the transversal dimension of a regulatory affairs department within a pharmaceutical establishment.
Proficient in oral and written communication, they are able to combine theoretical knowledge and particularities of the environment in order to formulate operational proposals which can be implemented by the various departments of the company.
- Responsible for regulatory affairs: pharmaceutical, cosmetic and food industry, medical devices.
- Project manager in French and European agencies for health products (ANSM, EMA) and more generally in the administrations in charge of health (HAS, ARS).
- Legal departments of the pharmaceutical industry
Groupe de Recherche et d'Accueil en Droit et Economie de la Santé.
Le S1 est constitué d'UE obligatoires qui permettent aux étudiants de maîtriser les contraintes réglementaires et économiques de leur futur environnement professionnel et d'acquérir une vision globale des Affaires réglementaires au sein des industries de santé.
Le S2 est constitué d'UE obligatoires qui permettent aux étudiants de maîtriser les connaissances technico-réglementaires indispensables à un chargé d'affaires réglementaires et d'acquérir les pratiques qui feront de lui un professionnel opérationnel.
All transcripts of the years / semesters validated since the high school diploma at the date of application.
Certificate of English level.
Choice sheet of M2 (obligatory for the candidates registered in M1 at the University Paris-Saclay) to download on https://www.universite-paris-saclay.fr/en/apply-to-master-programs.
VAP file (obligatory for all persons requesting a valuation of the assets to enter the diploma).
Curriculum EU (description of the units of education followed) of the last two years.
Certificate of French (compulsory for non-French speakers).