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Masters Degree in Pharmaceutical Microbiology for the Medical and Healthcare Industry

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Pharmig and the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Manchester University have announced the official launch (occurred 13th September 2007) of their Masters Degree in Pharmaceutical Microbiology Advanced Training (PMAT). This is the first European University Accredited Qualification in Pharmaceutical Microbiology for the Medical and Healthcare Industry.

The PMAT (Pharmaceutical Microbiology Advanced Training) Programme falls under the umbrella of the PIAT (Pharmaceutical Industry Advanced Training) Programme established in 1990 by the University of Manchester and is the gold standard for professional distance learning pharmaceutical courses.

The PMAT programme was developed by Pharmig in collaboration with the University of Manchester, as a postgraduate-level programme designed for scientists and managers in the field of Pharmaceutical Microbiology, the first of its kind in Europe. Unique features of the course include:

  • First European Higher Degree Qualification in Pharmaceutical Microbiology
  • A Modular Distance Learning Course
  • Accredited University of Manchester Qualification
  • Available Internationally via Correspondence
  • Provides Continuous Professional Development

Additional information can be viewed at and any queries can be sent to or please telephone + 44 (0) 1920 871 999.

The whole PIAT programme brochure can now be viewed on-line at under PIAT prospectus (PDF 1MB) .You can also obtain further details on fees and an application form. If you do not have internet access and would like a prospectus to be sent to you, please contact Janet Anderson at the PIAT office on Tel: + 44 (0) 161 275 1797 or email:

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Source : Pharmig (Pharmaceutical Microbiology Interest Group) View Company Information

Posted on October 5, 2007