University Degrees in Good Manufacturing Practices

Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) constitute an international set of guidelines for the manufacture of drugs and medical devices in order to ensure the production of quality products. GMP protocols are being adopted and followed in over 100 countries including US, Japan, EU & Australia.

University of Technology Sydney has partnered with SeerPharma, Asia Pacific’s leading provider of technical compliance & QA knowledge to deliver innovative, university-accredited graduate programs in Good Manufacturing Practices.

To help students from India to access these courses, SeerPharma has selected Labnetworx to be its partner for India. SeerPharma has been delivering these courses in Australia for the last 12 years and the majority of students who have completed their Masters Degree during this time are from India. We therefore already have a strong connection with India. 

These programs are best suited for students who seek in-depth knowledge of regulations, compliance, process development and quality assurance in the pharmaceutical, medical device & biotechnology sectors.  Students will gain expert knowledge of Quality and GMP to meet TGA, FDA, EU & PIC/S requirement. These factors are important for career development in the pharmaceutical industry both in Australia and globally. Typically, students who graduate find jobs in Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Production, Validation, Development and even Regulatory departments. The programs are unique in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region and will help students to build relationships with pharmaceutical industry.

India is emerging as a powerhouse in the pharma and related industries. Its companies and their employees will benefit from this course conducted by SeerPharma’s experienced personnel. 

For more information about this course, please visit the University of Technology Sydney website.

UTS CRICOS Provider No: 00099F

For admission related queries from India, please contact Labnetworx at:
Phone: +91-85273-17888

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