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I hold a 4 year Bachelor in Electronics and Communication Engineering and will be enrolling in a 1 year Msc in Computer Science. Will I be eligible for PhD in CS anywhere?

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  • Where is this? What country? – Buffy May 31 at 19:57
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If you’re asking whether there exists a CS graduate program that’s likely to accept you, then probably yes. If you’re asking about top x% program in country Y, it starts to get complicated. I’d say that a lot depends on the quality of your masters work, in particular your publications (if any), your grades, your alma mater’s prestige, and last but not least - your reference letters.

Good luck!

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