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NLSIU - Admission to Master of Public Policy

Applications are invited from eligible candidates for admission to Master of Public Policy (MPP), a two year multidisciplinary programme at National Law School of India University, Bengaluru.

Candidates with a graduate degree from any discipline (10+2+3 or 10+2+4 or 10+2+5).

How to Apply:
Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit an online application. After the Policy Aptitude Test, shortlisted candidates will be invited for an interview.

We strongly encourage applicants to apply for our programmes via our online system. However, if it is not possible to do so, you may submit a paper application.

This application should be accompanied by Demand Draft of Rs.1000 towards application processing fee. This is non-refundable. The details of the Demand Draft are to be entered below. We regret that no other modes of payment towards application fee are possible. Application fee for Foreign Nationals is USD 150.

Online Application Form:

Important Dates:

Last date to receive filled-in application forms

31st March, 2015

Entrance Examination (Policy Aptitude Test)

26th April, 2015

Announcement of shortlisted candidates for personal interviews on the website

14th May, 2015

Personal Interviews in Bangalore NLSIU campus

12th - 13th June, 2015

Announcement of selection list

16th June, 2015

Last date to pay the fee

20th June, 2015

Commencement of the Course

1st July, 2015

Admission Coordinator
Master of Public Policy,
National Law School of India University,
Nagarbhavi, Bengaluru - 560072.
Phone: +91-80-23213531, +91-9986098655

Download Application Form

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