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Bachelor of Pharmacy
The School of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Apeejay Stya University (ASU) has announced admissions for Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm), a four-year industry-oriented programme endorsed by reputed industrial houses pertaining to the domains of pharmaceutical sciences and related fields. The programme has been approved by the Pharmacy Council of India.
The school also has two centres of excellence — Centre for Novel Drug Delivery System and Centre for Formulation Development to boost high-quality teaching-learning culture. The University also provides scholarships to meritorious students.
Eligibility: Minimum 50 per cent aggregate marks in Class XII with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Physics, Chemistry, Biology from any recognised board. All eligible applicants shall be shortlisted on the basis of their academic performances and aptitude followed by a mock test. Application forms can be downloaded from the university website: www.university.apeejay.edu.
PG in Communication
The Delhi School of Communication (DSC) invites applications for the second batch of its Post Graduate Programme in Communication (PGDPC). This integrated programme awards PGDPC (Post Graduate Diploma Programme in Communication), along with a Masters in Journalism and Mass Communication (MA JMC).
Industry exposure via internship is an integral part of the programme. Students are provided internships and apprenticeship up to six months. And, during internship/ apprenticeship, students can also earn attractive stipends alongside valuable work experience.
Eligibility: Graduates or students in the final year of graduation in any streams are eligible to apply. Students will have to clear MAT/ CAT or DSC’s internal admission test.
Deadline: August 18, 2017. Application forms may be downloaded and submitted online at www.dsc.edu.in.
Systems & Control Engineering
The University of Sheffield, UK, is inviting applications for BEng in Systems and Control Engineering (Engineering Management) starting in September 2017. This three- year course is accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology and the Institute of Measurement and Control.
Course: It will prepare students for a career on the business side of control and systems engineering including project management and human resources management for engineers. Alongside the engineering modules, students will study marketing management, accounting and finance, strategy and business planning.
In the first year, students will take the Global Engineering Challenge. This involves working with other engineering students on a one-week project to tackle a real-world problem. At the end of the second year, students may choose to transfer to the four-year MEng.
Eligibility: 80 per cent marks in Class XII. Physics is preferred as the Science subject but the university also accepts a range of science related subjects including Computer Science, Chemistry, Biology, Human Biology, Electronics, Engineering, Technology and Further Maths.
IELTS grade of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each component, or an equivalent English language qualification.
Fee: £20,470 per year.
For further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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