Career opportunities

EMOTION trains to become a professional in the pharmaceutical or cosmetic field, both in the private or public sector.

It is envisaged that most of the graduates will be employed in the following fields, relating to pharmaceuticals or cosmetics:

  • R&D;
  • Manufacturing;
  • Quality Assurance;
  • Regulatory Affairs;
  • Clinical Research;
  • Pharmacovigilance;
  • Market Access or Marketing;
  • Company Management.

EMOTION aims at delivering a number of learning outcomes to allow the EMOTION graduate to gain:

  • thorough knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, pathology, of the skin as well as of the processes that mediate aging and disease;
  • thorough knowledge of the molecular targets available to correct disease states or to improve the well-being of skin;
  • correct approach to investigate any condition relating to human health and well-being outside dermatology and dermo-cosmetics;
  • ability to design, synthesize and characterize molecules potentially useful for human health or well-being;
  • know-how to extract natural products;
  • know-how to design, validate, and perform biological assays;
  • know-how to formulate preparations for cosmetics and pharmaceuticals;
  • know-how to evaluate the stability of cosmetic and pharmaceutical products;
  • know-how to evaluate safety and efficacy of dermatological products in vitro, in vivo, and in humans;
  • know-how to design clinical trials to evaluate safety and efficacy of cosmetic and dermatological products;
  • skills to evaluate of the market potential of new products;
  • skills and motivation to create and manage a start-up;
  • expertise to effectively communicate to different audiences, including scientists, lay public and entrepreneurs;
  • skills to evaluate any new innovation from a scientific and market view-point;
  • notions to develop biotechnological products;
  • knowledge of laws and regulations for cosmetic and pharmaceutical products, and will be able to apply general principles to national and regional contexts;
  • correct attitude for team-work and to interact with other company figures and regulatory bodies;
  • correct attitude and the social skills that allow to mediate, to plan scientific, market and regulatory strategies;
  • inclination to problem-solving;
  • knowledge regarding pre-clinical and clinical R&D project management;
  • ability to work in an international, challenging environment.

In each country, the student will also have the opportunity to take courses to learn the local language (Italian, Spanish, German).

Career opportunities

EMOTION trains to become a professional in the pharmaceutical or cosmetic field, both in the private or public sector.

It is envisaged that most of the graduates will be employed in the following fields, relating to pharmaceuticals or cosmetics:

  • R&D;
  • Manufacturing;
  • Quality Assurance;
  • Regulatory Affairs;
  • Clinical Research;
  • Pharmacovigilance;
  • Market Access or Marketing;
  • Company Management.

EMOTION aims at delivering a number of learning outcomes to allow the EMOTION graduate to gain:

  • thorough knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, pathology, of the skin as well as of the processes that mediate aging and disease;
  • thorough knowledge of the molecular targets available to correct disease states or to improve the well-being of skin;
  • correct approach to investigate any condition relating to human health and well-being outside dermatology and dermo-cosmetics;
  • ability to design, synthesize and characterize molecules potentially useful for human health or well-being;
  • know-how to extract natural products;
  • know-how to design, validate, and perform biological assays;
  • know-how to formulate preparations for cosmetics and pharmaceuticals;
  • know-how to evaluate the stability of cosmetic and pharmaceutical products;
  • know-how to evaluate safety and efficacy of dermatological products in vitro, in vivo, and in humans;
  • know-how to design clinical trials to evaluate safety and efficacy of cosmetic and dermatological products;
  • skills to evaluate of the market potential of new products;
  • skills and motivation to create and manage a start-up;
  • expertise to effectively communicate to different audiences, including scientists, lay public and entrepreneurs;
  • skills to evaluate any new innovation from a scientific and market view-point;
  • notions to develop biotechnological products;
  • knowledge of laws and regulations for cosmetic and pharmaceutical products, and will be able to apply general principles to national and regional contexts;
  • correct attitude for team-work and to interact with other company figures and regulatory bodies;
  • correct attitude and the social skills that allow to mediate, to plan scientific, market and regulatory strategies;
  • inclination to problem-solving;
  • knowledge regarding pre-clinical and clinical R&D project management;
  • ability to work in an international, challenging environment.

In each country, the student will also have the opportunity to take courses to learn the local language (Italian, Spanish, German).

Last modified: September 26, 2018