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How to reach out to a professor with an unsolicited PhD application?

If you are good applicant in their view, they will be more than happy. Just have a try.
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How to reach out to a professor with an unsolicited PhD application?

Professors are usually looking for PhD candidates capable of carrying out research in these professors' field. On your hands, you already have a Masters degree and several years of industrial ...
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An academic CV for PhD applicants

Math professor here, based in the USA. I have read dozens of CVs for my graduating seniors applying for math PhD programs. They usually contain: Name, contact info University name, expected degree (e....
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Cover letter for a postdoc position

Several things to keep in mind. What is the nature of the advertisement? Is it (A) an actual position which you have to apply to through either a University hiring portal, or (B) by initiating contact ...
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How do I demonstrate that I've read relevant research in a motivation letter

The problem right now in computer science (in the US at least) is that there are just way too many students compared to the number of professors. In my department, every time we offer any course, it ...
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Is "lab" too informal a word for a formal cover letter?

You could (should?) use the word the lab uses in their official name, if there is one: eg Centre / Laboratory / Group / Unit. When I was an undergrad, the department where I studied had a Hydrological ...
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