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Vulcanus and the Bio-side of science!

Vulcanus in Japan 2017-2018 Forum.
The Programme's main forum.
Here you will find pretty much everything related to Vulcanus in Japan. Information about this session and also previous sessions - applications, shortlisting, selection, etc.

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mood
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Vulcanus and the Bio-side of science!

Postby mood » 14 Dec 2016, 23:39

Hey guys

I am thinking to apply for the Vulcanus program.
My major is Molecular Biology and Genetics and I was wondering whether there is a high percentage of participants from my field in Vulcanus. Do you know if they worked in places such as Takeda?
I have been doing some research and it is mainly students from chemical engeering or technology.

thanks!
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Re: Vulcanus and the Bio-side of science!

Postby cona11 » 15 Dec 2016, 19:34

Next year, I am going to apply for Vulcanus and I am hoping to specializate in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology and Biomedical Microbiology. I do not know the rate of people who apply for this programme and are studying your major, so sorry! Good luck!
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Re: Vulcanus and the Bio-side of science!

Postby cona11 » 15 Dec 2016, 19:35

Sorry I was forgetting that the most people who apply for Vulcanus are engineers students, so I think that you should not worry so much about it

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