CoRE has been engaged as an official training partner under the Australian Indo-Pacific Regulatory Strengthening Program (RSP), a partnership initiative of Australia’s Indo-Pacific Centre for Health Security, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and Department of Health, through its Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) to support regulatory system strengthening in the region. Under this partnership, the CoRE-RSP scholarship has been created to support health products regulatory staff from National Regulatory Authority (NRA), Ministry of Health (MOH) or relevant organisations of RSP-target countries to undertake the CoRE Graduate Certificate in Pharmaceutical Regulation (GCPR).
All modules in the GCPR between July 2020 to March 2022 will be offered for consideration to interested applicants. For regulators who are interested in attaining the GCPR, four selected modules must be completed. Information on requirements for the Graduate Certificate can be found in this link.
The scholarships are awarded per module and scholarship applicants must be currently employed at a National Regulatory Authority (NRA), Ministry of Health (MOH) or relevant organisations of RSP-target countries as follows:
- Lao PDR
- Papua New Guinea
- Viet Nam
For more information, contact us at CoRE_Education@duke-nus.edu.sg