Admissions open in ICRI for MSc in Clinical Research

We are very excited to inform you about the opening of admissions in MSc in Clinical research programme in Institute of clinical research.
By: Collaboratingminds
May 23, 2015 - PRLog -- India’s first clinical research and healthcare management institute- ICRI has opened the doors for brilliant students to take admission in MSc in clinical research. The objective of MSc in clinical research course is to develop students, over the period of two years, by rigorous field work and academics, for managerial positions in the clinical research Industry.  This is two year full time UGC recognised programme which ensures its authenticity, credibility and quality of education.

This is the first-of-its-kind programme in India comprehensively-structured and internationally-styled to match academic standards with industry requirements. The mix of Clinical Research, Clinical Data Management, Medical Writing and Pharmacovigilance curriculum along with Management Module and Soft Skills in the course ensures a head start to move up the corporate ladder faster.  The students will learn through lectures, presentations, case study discussions, industry visits, class participation and many other sophisticated ways in order to have an edge over others in this competitive world.

Workshops for enhancing your skill and projects for practical knowledge are also a part of the curriculum. In addition to that, Students spend last 3 months of their programme as interns in hospitals/Pharma Companies/CRO’s and some of the ICRI industry partners.  Still, if you are pondering why MSc in clinical research?  The clinical research industry is expected to reach around USD 2 billion by 2020, and there would be more than 2, 50,000 positions vacant with attractive salaries.  The local cost of clinical studies is 50 to 70% less than done in US/EU.  There are several naive patients in major cities willing to be a part of these clinical researches’.

Why ICRI? ICRI is the institute which introduced clinical research and healthcare management programmes in India, and since then more than 12,000 ICRI alumni have been placed in prominent Pharma companies, biotech companies, IT companies- HCL, TCS, Accenture, and many more companies from different sector.  The first eminent book on clinical research and Pharmacovigilance is also written by ICRI. ICRI graduates are presently working in companies like Ranbaxy, Sanofi Aventis, Johnson & Johnson, Lilly,  Novartis, Pfizer, and Quintiles to name a few.


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Kanishk Dugal
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