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Yenepoya University Mangalore MPH Admission Notification 2016

Yenepoya University, Mangalore notifies Admission to 2-year MPH (Master in Public Health) Program 2016

Yenepoya University, Mangalore invites applications from the eligible candidates for admission to two-year full time MPH (Master in Public Health) Programme during the academic year 2016-17.

Eligibility: Candidates must be a Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Life Sciences, Allied Health Sciences and Veterinary Sciences. Graduates with PG in Social Sciences, Nutrition or Applied Sciences are also eligible.

Age Limit: Should not be above 40 years as on the 1st January of the year of admission.

Duration: 2 years divided into 4 semesters of 6 months each.

 

Also See : Masters in Public Health Admission

 

Application Form

Application forms and all other details of the courses may be downloaded from the University website www.yenepoya.edu.in

The Completed Application Form in all respects together with a Demand Draft for Rs.750/- drawn in favour of "Yenepoya University" payable at Mangalore (Non-refundable) should reach the Yenepoya University Office on or before 10th August 2016

For detailed information, University office may be contacted over phone 0824-2204668 or through Email: acad@yenepoya.edu.in

Important Dates

Last Date for Receipt of Completed Application Form: 10th August 2016

Date of Personal Interview for Selection: 16th August 2016

Finalization of Selection List: 15th September 2016

Last Date for Admission: 30th September 2016

Commencement of Classes: 01st October 2016

Yenepoya University, Mangalore

[Recognised under Section 3(A) of the 1956 vide notification no. F9-11/2007-U.3 (A) dated 27th February 2008], University Road, Deralakatte, Mangaluru-575018, Telefax: +91 824 2203943, Website www.yenepoya.edu.in, Email: reachus@yenepoya.or

 


 

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