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Is it reasonable to list PhD funding as grant money for an industry CV?

If they applied for, and was awarded, the funding for their PhD then they are at full liberty to state it. If someone else got the funding and they were then selected as the PhD student to work on the ...
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Is it reasonable to list PhD funding as grant money for an industry CV?

I think it's reasonable to count for fellowships or similar, where money is for the student and the university only ever sees the money because that particular student is a student there. If the money ...
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How appreciated is "Part III" in the US?

As a physicist who has moved between the US and UK, and thus has experience with both systems, my advice is that part III (or the equivalent at Oxford) it not really a good idea if your main goal is ...
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How appreciated is "Part III" in the US?

I am just finishing Part III after doing an MSc in my home country and my focus has been on the topics in theoretical physics that you listed. As others have pointed out, by the time applications are ...
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How appreciated is "Part III" in the US?

Where are you now? I am guessing not at either Cambridge nor Oxford. You will have a master in physics already in time but not from either of those universities(?). Do you want a second master in ...
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How appreciated is "Part III" in the US?

Part III of the Tripos is reasonably well known amongst professional mathematicians. I can't comment on physics. Good marks would surely boost your competitiveness for PhD slots in math. Having taken ...
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How appreciated is "Part III" in the US?

I am not qualified to say whether you are adequate in math already to undertake the type of research topic you favour at PhD level or not. But rather than simply take the word of those providing the ...
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What are my chances of being accepted into a UK Phd program with average undergraduate and masters grades?

None of us could say with any certainty what the exact odds of you getting into any program without far too much personal imformation. Regardless, it's probably more worthwhile for you to focus on ...
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Which endorsing body should I pick for a global talent endorsement? (UK, computer science lecturer/assistant prof)

This will depend upon your exact sub-field of CS academics. According to the UK global talent endorsing bodies page: Royal Academy of Engineering Algorithms Artificial intelligence Computer vision ...
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