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Shortlisting and Interviews

All candidates who are shortlisted for a place on our programme will be interviewed in person in Cambridge where possible. Interviewees will also have a chance to talk to our current students and visit labs in the four key departments where we are based: Physics, Chemistry, Materials and Engineering.

Skype interviews will be arranged in cases where an in-person interview is not possible.

The first round of interviews will be held on 16 Jan 2018 in Cambridge, and a second round is planned for 31st Jan (after some offers from the 1st round have been made). Shortlisted candidates will be informed by email.

Please note that you need to submit all supporting documents for your application before you can be considered for shortlisting/interview - the deadline for the 1st round is 6th Dec 2017. Please email team@nanodtc.cam.ac.uk to inform us once you have submitted your application so that we can look out for it.

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