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Admissions for Oct 2017 - 4th Jan Deadline

last modified Dec 17, 2016 09:55 AM
We are accepting applications for Oct 2017 entry. The deadline for applications to be considered in the 2nd round is 4th Jan. Please email team@nanodtc.cam.ac.uk if you have questions.

We are accepting applications for our 2017 cohort of students. We welcome applicants from across Physical Sciences including Chemistry, Physics, Materials and Engineering. Entry into this prestigious programme is competitive, and will take into account qualifications, aspirations and experience. The University requirement for entry into a PhD programme is a II.1, but most students who are offered admission on the NanoDTC usually have a first. International applicants should refere to this link to find out what grades they need to have.

Applications for NanoDTC MRes + PhD programme should be made through the standard online Graduate Application Portal for Cambridge University. Please read the graduate prospectus entry for the NanoDTC and the application guide carefully before completing your application.

We do not offer the MRes or PhD components as standalone programmes.

Start your online Graduate Application by clicking here.

Please note that we need your fully completed application before we can consider you for interview; this includes references and academic transcripts submitted correctly with your online application.

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