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Applications are now invited for the M.Tech, M.Sc., B.Sc. and Dual Degree M.Sc + MS/ M.Tech + MS courses in association with Arizona University at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham's Center for Nanosciences and Molecular Medicine at Kochi.
M.Tech and M.Sc. courses are in Nanobiotechnology, Nanoscience and Technology and Molecular Medicine programmes. B.Sc. course is in Molecular Medicine. Applications are also invited for the Dual Degree programs in M.Sc./M.Tech Courses conducted by Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Deemed University in association with University of Arizona, USA.
M.Sc. (Nanobiotechnology) MS. (Cellular and Molecular Medicine), M.Sc. (Molecular Medicine) MS. (Cellular and Molecular Medicine), M.Tech. (Nanobiotechnology) MS. (Cellular and Molecular Medicine) M.Tech. (Molecular Medicine) MS. (Cellular and Molecular Medicine) are the courses that comes under the Dual degree program. As part of the course, students can study for up to a year at the University of Arizona in the United States for a small fee. Those who successfully complete the Dual Degree Course will receive a degree from Amrita University as well as a degree from Arizona, a public university in the United States.
Eligibility for the M.Tech, M.Sc. courses is a bachelor's degree in science, medicine and engineering with at least 60% marks from a recognized university.
B.Sc. Candidates can apply on the basis of Plus One or Plus Two marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology stream with at least 60% marks in the course.
No entrance exam; Admission will be by telephone interview instead. The last date to submit applications is July 31. Classes will begin in September. For more information
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