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Earn your MSc in Wildlife Biology and Conservation
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September 18, 2007

What: Applications are invited for admission to a MSc course in Wildlife Biology and Conservation based in Bangalore and offered by leading research institutions.


~The two-year, full-time course, starting in July 2008, is open to Indian nationals who have complete, or are in the process of completing, their graduation in any discipline.

~An aggregate of at least 50% marks in core subjects is a must. The course is affiliated to the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai, a deemed university.

~ Candidates selected through a written test and interview will receive studentships that cover fees and living expenses. The last date for receipt of the online application is October 5 2007.

~ Further information and application forms are available at and through email from, or from:

MSc, Wildlife Biology and Conservation
National Centre for Biological Sciences
Post Box 6501
GKVK Campus
Bangalore 560 065 provides information about admission as a service to our readers. does not benefit monetarily by providing this service.

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