FAQs – M.Sc. Chemistry in collaboration with Mitsui Kinzoku Components India (MKCI)

  • Q. What are the entry requirements for the MSc programmes offered by the Department of Chemistry?
    Answer: A pass in BSc, with Chemistry as one of the subjects and with an overall pass percentage of 50% marks.
  • Q. Am I eligible to apply?
    Answer: Yes. A candidate who passed BSc degree OR studying in the final semester, with Chemistry as one of the subjects and with an overall pass percentage of 50% marks.
  • Q. Which programme is most suitable for my profile?
    Answer: Our VIT-AP University offers PG level programmes at present in various science disciplines (Maths, Physics and Chemistry) You can select based on your area of interest.
  • Q. How do I apply?
    Answer: The application process will be in online mode. Please refer regularly our website http://www.vitap.ac.in
  • Q. Where can I get help with the application process?
    Answer: (Our Admission Office contact numbers may be provided here).
  • Q. When should I submit my application?
    Answer: By online mode as per the format given. (Submitting in person may also be considered by Admission Office).
  • Q. What should my application include?
    Answer: Fill your application in the given format and also attach the required documents as requested in the application form.
  • Q. Do I need to write VIT-AP University entrance exam?
    Answer: (At present, NO entrance exam by VIT-AP University. Admission Office may provide correct information).
  • Q. If I am still undertaking a degree, can I apply to your MSc?
    Answer: Yes. A candidate studying in the final semester of BSc degree, with Chemistry as one of the subjects can apply.
  • Q. Do I need to submit a transcript at the time of applying for MSc?
    Answer: For applying, a transcript is not required. During counselling process, you need to submit all the transcripts.
  • Q. How can I check the progress of my application?
    Answer: You can check by logging into the VIT-AP University website with your application username and password.
  • Q. How will I get the final decision on my application?
    Answer: You can check by logging into the VIT-AP University website with your application username and password.
  • Q. How much does it cost to study MSc Chemistry at VIT-AP University?
    Answer: (Depends. Day scholar or Hosteller. Admission Office may provide correct answer)
  • Q. How do I apply for accommodation?
    Answer: Once you got selected, you can apply for hostel accommodation by online mode.
  • Q. Where can I see the structure and courses of each programme?
    Answer: Kindly refer our VIT-AP University website.
  • Q. Can I study the MSc part-time?
    Answer: At present full-time programmes only offered
  • Q. I have a question about the programme content/structure which is not answered on the website. Who can I contact with my query?
    Answer: You are most welcome to contact our Admission Office and you will be guided accordingly.
  • Q. Where do the MSc Chemistry students go after course completion?
    Answer: For higher studies such as PhD in reputed institutions and also job opportunities in many industries.
  • Q. Are the Department’s MSc programmes a suitable route to top PhD programmes?
    Answer: Yes. The PG programme is structured in such a way for having good chances to get admissions in reputed institutions.
  • Q. Can I automatically progress from the MSc Chemistry to the PhD programme in VIT-AP University?
    Answer: You can apply for PhD admission in VIT-AP University.

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