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The NYU Shanghai Student Research Program in Physics (SRPP) recruits students on a rolling basis. This program is designed to foster entry into physics research-centered career for highly motivated graduate students with a strong interest in Physics or related scientific disciplines. Undergraduate students with exceptional research profile may be considered from time to time. The primary goal of this program is to extend NYU Shanghai's robust physics research opportunities to non-NYU Shanghai students and to diversify the scientific workforce in the field of Physics. The program will award the best and most deserving students the internship opportunities.
More information about SRPP could be found at https://srpp-nyush.org/
1. Eligible Students:
Applicants at graduate (M.Sc. or Ph.D.) level. This requirement may be waived for undergraduate students with exceptional research profile.
Applicants must have strong academic records with courses in physics, or related disciplines.
Applicants must be fluent in English.
2. To Apply:
Please follow instructions to apply at https://srpp-nyush.org/apply/
3. For Queries:
If you have any queries, please contact email@example.com
About Shanghai New York University
Shanghai New York University ("NYU Shanghai") is jointly established by New York University and East China Normal University. It is the first American college to receive independent registration status from China's Ministry of Education. It is located at Pudong, Shanghai, China.
To learn more about NYU Shanghai, please visit NYU Shanghai's website at: https://shanghai.nyu.edu/
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