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How to get in touch with professors in Japan for research projects/masters education [duplicate]

I have received a Japanese government scholarship for research and masters degree. While I originally thought it would be easy to get in touch with a professor after having received the scholarship, ...
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How do admissions to UK PhD programs work? [duplicate]

I know that in the US people apply for PhD programs, with a rough a idea in their heads what interests them, as PhD's take much longer and include time to explore the subject. How does this work for ...
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How to search for a PhD student opening in Japan? [duplicate]

I noticed that the Japanese universities almost never advertise for open PhD student positions on the websites such as phdportal.com or academicpositions.com or researchgate. I tried to check some ...
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Can someone with low master's grades be accepted to a scholarship for phd program? [duplicate]

I have a bachelor's degree in mathematics with grade 15.5/20 and M1+M2 degrees together 12.2/20. (French system university) (M2 degree in differential geometry and geometric control). I want to apply ...
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I have a supervisor for an individual Phd in germany. What now? [duplicate]

I applied for a scholarship waiting for its result. I also found a part-time teaching job. I am a bit confused about this process because all the other Ph.D. programs I applied for required me to ...
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Can an applicant who has 16 years of education directly apply for PhD admission in electrical engineering at US universities? [duplicate]

Can an applicant who has 16 years of education (BS Electronics Engineering) directly apply for a PhD position in electrical engineering at US universities? Or are they only eligible for admission in ...
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Finding Emails for Japanese Professors [duplicate]

I'm an American Student Specializing in history, applying for a Fulbright program to Japan. Part of that Application process is securing a letter of affiliation from a Japanese university, Professor, ...
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Which is more common in Europe - applying for a 'PHD Program' or coming up with a research Q? I still don't fully understand the application process [duplicate]

Do I keep visiting website like 'find a PHD' which have advertisements of PHD programs and their respective application deadlines? And would these be considered 'pre-designed' programs with a broader/...
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How do I apply for a PhD in physics in France? [duplicate]

I am currently a master student in physics in my last year and am thinking about doing my PhD in France. The application process seems to be quite different from my home country and I can't find any ...
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How much is PhD admission procedure in France different from that in UK? [duplicate]

I live in an Asian country and I have planned to apply to PhD positions in France and UK in Pure mathematics. I wrote to one professor saying that I am interested in his work and would like to work ...
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Pursuing a UK PhD with a Greek BSc + research experience [duplicate]

I am beginning my final semester of my 4-year undergraduate program, studying Informatics (Computer Science) in Greece, and I expect to graduate this September. I would like to pursue a PhD in the ...
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USA undergraduate seeking advice for PhD from Europe [duplicate]

I am hoping someone reading this can help me in this area. I am an Applied Chemistry undergraduate and I want to earn my PhD, however ,the PhD programs in the US are very long spanning about 5-7 ...
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IT Professional interested in research [duplicate]

I have Bachelors of Engineering degree in Electronics & Communication from India. After that I have 5 year 9 months of experience from India and 2 year 2 month experience in Germany. I am ...
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Understanding the PhD Applicant Selection Process in US Universities: Committee vs. Professor-Based? [duplicate]

I'm interested in understanding more about how PhD applicants are selected in US universities. Specifically, I'm looking to find out whether a committee predominantly makes these decisions or if ...
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Will a Second Masters Degree help my chances of getting into a PhD program (Economics)? [duplicate]

I am currently in the second year of my masters degree (MSc. Economics) in India. I want to pursue a PhD (preferably in the US) that is funded. Post my PhD, I want to work in MDBs/International ...
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