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NOTE: Manchester University is only able to accept citizens of the United States as students. Non-citizens should not apply at this time, but may submit an inquiry form here. We are pursuing approval to enroll international students beginning in May 2017.
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Please request copies of official transcripts from all institutions attended to be sent to:
Manchester University
Office of Admissions
Attn: Graduate Studies
604 E College Avenue
North Manchester, IN 46962
Please explain why you are pursuing the Master of Science in Pharmacogenomics at Manchester University in 500-1,000 words.Validation feedback
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Manchester requires two letters from faculty/mentors/supervisors knowledgeable about your ability and motivation. These letters should be sent to Admissions at the address above. Please tell us about the two references you will use.
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