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Qualification and Validation Engineer

Is this post-bachelor course right for you? What are the admission requirements? And how do you apply? Get all the answers on this page.

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Admission requirements

Previous education / experience

One of the following applies to you:

  • You have graduated (BSc/MSc) in the life sciences or a technical disciplinelike mechanical/industrial engineering, another technical field or business administration,and have ambitions to work in the pharmaceutical/life sciences industry.
  • You work as a validation and qualification engineer or QA/compliance officer in another sector and want to be retrained to make a switch to the pharmaceutical/life sciences industry.
  • You already work in a (different) type or position in the pharmaceutical industry andwould like to be trained in the field of qualification and validation as an engineer or QA/compliance officer
  • In your position, you are already carrying out or assessing validation and qualification processes and/or documentation, but are looking for deepening of your knowledge and skills.

English fluency

This post bachelor course is taught in English. Therefore, to follow this course, you need to be fluent in English.

What level doyou need? At least B2 (CEFR: Common European Framework of Reference). This equivalent to IELTS 6.0 and TOEFL iBT 80. It is your own responsibility to check whether your English level is sufficient for taking the course.


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