On 5th April, 2015, “Corriere del Mezzogiorno”, the special insert of the national newspaper Corriere della Sera,have published an article focused on the launch of the first edition of International Master in Regulatory Sciences (IMRS) facing the Mediterranean countries, sponsored by Fondazione per la Ricerca Farmacologica Gianni Benzi Onlus.
The Master, organized in collaboration with the Turkish Ondokuz Mayis University (OMU) and the Community of Mediterranean Universities (CMU), foresees a one year course dedicated to graduates (specialist and master) coming from different disciplines who wish to acquire skills and specific tools in the field of the regulatory activities, by offering a complete and updated training at both European and extra-European.
The Master intends to meet the challenge resulting from the increasing complexity of the regulatory sector, characterized by a highly sophisticated and complex legislative and regulatory system.
The aim of the course is to train experts able to act in the whole Mediterranean area and create a common operational background, thus promoting more job opportunities for youngsters.
The International Master in Regulatory Sciences represents an instrument of innovative training from both a methodological and conceptual point of view, because all the theoretical training is delivered online through a virtual learning platform. The educational activities will feature lectures and e-learning, seminars and webinars, workshops, self-learning and internships. At the end of the course students will obtain a Diploma of International Master.
Here you can read the full article.