Master’s Degree in Biotechnology Innovation and Regulatory Science (BIRS)
Graduate Program at Purdue University
BIRS Admissions - Africa
African students must meet the following admission requirements for the Master's Degree in Biotechnology Innovation and Regulatory Science (BIRS):
Applications must be received by the Purdue University Graduate School by:
- July 15 for admission to the Fall semester
- November 1 for admission to the Spring semester
- April 1 for admission to the Summer semester
To request more information or have questions, please contact:
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- Sr. Zita Ekeocha, IPTU, Kilimanjaro School of Pharmacy, <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</a> OR
- Mary Speer, Purdue University College of Technology, RQC Graduate Program Coordinator, <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</a>.
Tuition and Fees
It is recommended that employed individuals interested in this BIRS Master‘s degree should first discuss program parricipation with their supervisor.
For the Africa program, scholarships provided by the Merck Foundation and UNIDO and cost sharing by Purdue enable students from academia or regulatory bodies to attend without tuition. Students from industry are required to pay U.S.$750 per course or U.S.$250 per credit hour. Fees only include books. A hotel room block may be arranged to provide housing.