The Good Manufacturing Practice suite of courses are designed for people working in any position within the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical devices sectors who are looking to gain in-depth, up-to-date knowledge of regulations, compliance, process development and quality assurance.
This degree is the only course of its kind in the Asia-Pacific region and has been designed by UTS in close collaboration with SeerPharma, the industry’s leading provider of technical compliance and quality assurance knowledge.
Industry-focused, practice-based and research-led, this degree will appeal to those who want to upgrade their skills for that next round of promotions, to take their career in a new direction, or to stretch for that higher-level role. It is ideal for students wishing to commence or enhance their pharmaceutical industry-manufacturing career with an industry-recognised qualification.
If you need any more reasons to sign up, read on:
Exclusive skill set
Unique in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, this degree is highly innovative and professionally focused. Designed by leading experts, the courses provide professional development options and career pathways for students at all levels of industry organisations. You will really stand out in the crowd of job applicants.
Cutting edge knowledge
Good manufacturing practice is saturated with cutting edge tools and technologies. Recent, and ongoing, advances will continue to transform the industry for many years to come.
Good manufacturing practice is central to pharmaceutical manufacturing in order to deliver products that meet quality standards and save lives.
Join a global professional network
Attracting both international and domestic students, you’ll connect with professionals from some of the largest pharmaceutical manufacturing industries in the world and enhance your knowledge of global practice in the process.
Career opportunities include consulting, production chemist, quality control, quality assurance, regulatory compliance, documentation, R&D, and supply chain. You might join a regulatory agency like the Therapeutic Goods Administration or work in higher education, or in a lab. The career pathways are endless.
Online offering from 2019
Commencing in autumn 2019, UTS will offer a fully online version of the Graduate Certificate in Good Manufacturing Practice as a part-time, year-long course. This will be run alongside the existing on-campus program to enhance the accessibility, flexibility and user-centricity of our courses.
The online offering is also a collaboration between GSH and SeerPharma and is suitable for full or part-time workers employed in the manufacturing industry looking to upgrade their skills.