Specialised Master ® Safety & International regulations for Fragrances & Cosmetics
Mastère Spécialisé® - International Safety and Regulation for Fragrances and Cosmetics
SAFETY EVALUATION - SECURITY - CONTROL
5 months of training - 5 months of internship
100% success rate on examinations (Session 2016)
80% professional integration (Class of 2015)
- Product Safety Manager
- International Regulatory Affairs Manager
- Raw Materials Approval Manager
- Product Safety and Cosmetovigilance Manager
- Raw materials and ingredients used in the formulation of personal hygiene products, cosmetics and fragrances: extraction, synthesis and characterization
- Fragrance and cosmetics development
- Evaluation of the human and environmental safety of ingredients and finished products
- European and international regulations on fragrances and cosmetics
- Risk analysis and crisis management
- Supervised project: file on topical regulatory issues
- Developing and marketing fragrances and cosmetics require the creation and management of a regulatory file, verifications that the products are effective and harmless, and cosmetovigilance monitoring.
- In order to do all these things, professionals in the sector need to have good knowledge of ingredients and formulation techniques, and to manage risks from the product design phase all the way through to use by the consumer.
- Evaluating potential risks inherent to the raw materials and compositions of products for use as cosmetics or fragrances, depending on their specific uses.
- Evaluating and validating the regulatory compliance of products developed by development engineers.
- Product safety evaluation techniques and the risks associated with using products.
- Supervising and validating the preparation of regulatory files working with development engineers and external service providers.
- Validating regulatory compliance of communication materials (packaging, labelling, advertising, etc.).
- Organizing international regulatory intelligence activities or a cosmetovigilance system.
- Crisis management and crisis communication.
- Working with multiple internal and external stakeholders
- An engineer’s degree in chemistry, biology, agronomy or agriculture
- A Master’s degree in chemistry, pharmacy or biology
- Master’s (M1) or Bachelor’s degree (4 years) level with at least 3 years of professional experience
- Participation in the Fragrances and Cosmetics “Regulatory Issues” Congress in Chartres, attended by over 500 specialists
- Regulatory affairs internship of at least 5 months in the fragrances and cosmetics industry
- English classes
- Specialised Masters accredited by the Conférence des Grandes Ecoles (CGE), issued by the Ecole de Biologie Industrielle (EBI) and the Ecole Supérieure de Chimie Organique et Minérale (ESCOM)
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Enrolment fee: €200 (mandatory and non-refundable)
Cost of the course:
- Students & young graduates: €10,000 inc. VAT
- Employees: €15,000 ex. VAT
€2,000 to be paid when the applicant is declared eligible for admission, to confirm enrolment. All prices are provided as an indication only. Bank loans may be considered. The cost can be financed as part of an individual training leave or a Company Training Plan.
Apply for October 2017
- Apply online at the ESCOM website for this program