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MEngSc in Biopharmaceutical Engineering
Duration: 1 or 2 Years
Schedule: Full & Part Time
Starting: September
Contact Name: Rebecca Patterson
Contact Number: +353 (0)1 716 1916
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Features
  • This programme is offered in conjunction with the National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training (NIBRT) and the School of Pharmacy Trinity College Dublin (TCD)
  • This is an advanced postgraduate degree programme offering a combination of lectures, tutorials, practicals and project work delivered by university and industry experts.
  • To date, over 90 students have successfully participated in this programme and are working in the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industry in Ireland and abroad
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The Master of Engineering Science (M.Eng.Sc.) in Biopharmaceutical Engineering is offered by the UCD School of Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering. This course provides an understanding of the principal scientific and engineering challenges involved in the design, operation and management of biopharmaceutical production facilities.

 

Who is the Master’s in Biopharmaceutical Engineering for?
This programme is suitable for Science and Engineering graduates wishing to obtain a qualification which is highly relevant to the Biopharmaceutical Industry. 


What will I learn?
The course content addresses the principal scientific and engineering challenges involved in the design, operation and management of biopharmaceutical production facilities. 

 

How will I benefit?
Completion of this programme leads to a qualification which is highly relevant to the Biopharmaceutical Industry.


What is the programme about?
The programme covers the principal scientific and engineering challenges involved in the design, operation and management of biopharmaceutical production facilities. 


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