In partnership with the CFA LEE learning Alsace, Strasbourg Faculty of Pharmacy offers a Professional License "Processes and pharmaceutical technology." The goal is to train independent technicians with triple competence Product / Process / Quality. This professional license revolves around the business of medicine, particularly in the family of "production" jobs.
In order to adapt its training to corporate demand, the Strasbourg Faculty of Pharmacy since 2009 offers a professional degree in pharmacology entitled "Methods and pharmaceutical technologies."
Option Community law and pharmaceutical regulation
This specialty combines two disciplines: pharmacy and law. According to the origin of the students (lawyers or scientists) one or the other disciplines will be the major field. This specialty is accessible to students with a Bachelor in Science, mention life sciences or chemistry or mention License Law, as well as pharmacy students who have completed their third year. Admissions are made by an educational committee.
Pharmaceutical Engineering option
On industrial production of drugs, their manufacture under the most stringent standards. This specialty is accessible to students with a Bachelor in Science, mention living or mention of Chemical Sciences, as well as pharmacy students who have completed their third year. This option is for students heading to production or engineering in the pharmaceutical, food, plant protection, cosmetics
The objectives of the professional license
This professional license was created and implemented with the assistance of CFA LEE Learning Alsace, as well as the Training Institute of Health Industries (IFIS). Students are trained today in part to the European Centre for Applied Galenics of paris.
A partnership with the EASE; the "European asceptic years Sterile Environment Training Center"; is also planned by 2013/2015. Students of the Master of Science and Professional Degree benefit local factory of the EASE-school to complete their work. They will then be immersed in real industrial conditions so that they are immediately operational at the end of their training.
This concept of "factory school" is unique in Europe. It will put the actual industrial conditions in students and make them operational and directly after their training (initial, continuing or retraining courses).
Training will be largely focused on the use of technical equipment in industrial environments. They will enable students to acquire specific know-how and practice, in addition to academic courses.
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