Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science
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Pharmaceutical Science

"Science knows no country, because knowledge belongs to humanity."
- Louis Pasteur

Griffith Innopharma Faculty of Science
Griffith & Innopharma Education Faculty of Science

The faculty is a collaboration between Griffith College and Innopharma Education to provide accredited higher education qualifications in Pharmaceutical Science. Innopharma Education are experts at training and upskilling personnel to integrate into operations, compliance and analytical roles for the pharmaceutical/biotech and medtech sectors. All Griffith & Innopharma Education courses lead to accredited awards with each course providing strong scientific content, practical applications, business context and professional development.

Industry-relevant courses
Industry-relevant courses

All Griffith & Innopharma Education courses are industry-led and lead to accredited Degree or Master’s awards. Each course provides strong scientific content, practical applications, insight into new technologies, business context and professional development ideal for the pharmaceutical and medtech industries, among others.

Life in pharmaceutical science at Griffith College
Upskill for the pharmaceutical sector

Ireland is the world’s largest net exporter of pharmaceuticals, producing five of the world’s top-selling drugs; nineteen of the world’s top twenty pharma companies have sites in Ireland. Over 50,000 people work in the Pharmaceutical sector in Ireland, and the sector has an excellent global reputation.

Upskill for the medtech sector
Upskill for the medtech sector

Ireland’s medtech industry is growing at a rapid rate and is now one of the world’s leaders for medical device products, with over 8,000 jobs predicted in the sector by 2020. Ireland is now home to nine of the top 10 global medical technology companies. The government and independent companies alike are investing in the growth of this vital field.

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