Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham's Center for Nanosciences and Molecular Medicine is inviting applications from students for BSc, MTech and MSc courses and the Dual Degree programs in association with the University of Arizona, USA, for the academic year 2021.
There will be no entrance examination for any of these courses. Instead, admissions will be by online/telephone interview. The last date to submit the applications is September 20th. Classes will begin in September.
To apply online, visit https://www.amrita.edu/admissions/nano
For admissions related enquiries, send a mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 0484 2858750 (08129382242)
Students can choose from the following disciplines:
- Last Date to Apply: September 20, 2021
- Interview: online/over telephone
- Last Date for Payment of Fee: September 25, 2021
- Commencement of Classes: September (exact date to be announced)
Interview dates will be informed later.
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Dual Degree Programs
Applications are now invited for our new batch of Dual Degree Programs of ACNSMM, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, in association with the Arizona State University, USA.
Courses: M. Sc. (Nanobiotechnology) + M. S. (Cellular and Molecular Medicine), M. Sc. (Molecular Medicine) + M. S. (Cellular and Molecular Medicine), M. Tech. (Nanobiotechnology) + M. S. (Cellular and Molecular Medicine), M. Tech. (Molecular Medicine) + M. S. (Cellular and Molecular Medicine) are the courses that come under the Dual degree program.
About Arizona State University: ASU is an eminent Public University which is a hundred years old, and is ranked number 3 in the US for interdisciplinary science research expenditures - ahead of Harvard, MIT and Ohio State University, among others. The university is ranked number 9 in the World by Times Higher Education for Global Impact in research & outreach. It is one of the fastest growing research enterprises in the US with a total research expenditure of 672M US Dollars, and is also the third highest in the country in terms of NASA research fundings.
Privileges of the Dual Degree Program: Those who successfully complete the dual degree course will receive a degree (M.Sc./M.Tech) from Amrita University and a degree (M.S.) from the University of Arizona, a Public University in the United States, for a reduced fee. The M.S. degree is equivalent to an on-campus degree. As part of the dual degree program, students can spend up to one year at the University of Arizona campus.
NOTE: This article is updated with the latest information on September 1, 2021.