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8th February 2011, 05:12 PM
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Whether PhD or MBA-IB would be a better choice after M.Pharm. and one year experience in Regulatory Affairs?


I am M.Pharm with one year experience in Regulatorty Affairs.I would like enhance my opportunity.I am very much interested in Regulatory Affairs(International Marketing & Product Registration).Please let me know which degree would be ideal whether PhD or MBA-IB to.





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13th February 2011, 10:09 PM
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Default Re: Whether PhD or MBA-IB would be a better choice after M.Pharm. and one year experience in Regulatory Affairs?

Doing Ph.D. will definitely increase your career prospects as it will give you a research experience in the field.
Ph.D. candidates are highly sought after by pharmaceutical companies in their R & D [Research and Development departments.
Option of doing MBA still remains open even after Ph.D.
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14th February 2011, 10:56 AM
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Default Re: Whether PhD or MBA-IB would be a better choice after M.Pharm. and one year experience in Regulatory Affairs?

go for Phd... that will add much value to your present status and help you in future also.
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Default Re: Whether PhD or MBA-IB would be a better choice after M.Pharm. and one year experience in Regulatory Affairs?

what is the value for PhD in management in today's scenario.
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Default Re: Whether PhD or MBA-IB would be a better choice after M.Pharm. and one year experience in Regulatory Affairs?

I have completed my m.pharm in pharmaceutics and working as regulatory affairs executive.let me know the universities that provide part time phd in pharma regulatory affairs?
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25th June 2012, 01:01 PM
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Default Re: Whether PhD or MBA-IB would be a better choice after M.Pharm. and one year experience in Regulatory Affairs?

What are the topics for PhD in Regulatory Affairs
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