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  1. Hi, guys. I am an applicant to philosophy PhD programs this cycle. I am applying to programs in both America (15) and Canada (3). However, it is not until last week did I know (at least some) Canadian programs have a different funding policy as American programs. In America, the programs usually waive the tuition and health insurance, and grant you 4,5-year funding that's barely enough to support your living, as they decide to admit you. For at least some Canadian programs, however, it seems they do not waive the tuition (though the tuition and insurance are cheap compared with America's)
  2. Hi, guys. I am an applicant to philosophy PhD programs this cycle. I am applying to programs in both America (15) and Canada (3). However, it is not until last week did I know (at least some) Canadian programs have a different funding policy as American programs. In America, the programs usually waive the tuition and health insurance, and grant you 4,5-year funding that's barely enough to support your living, as they decide to admit you. For at least some Canadian programs, however, it seems they do not waive the tuition (though the tuition and insurance are cheap compared with America's)
  3. I have a family member that could likely get off the wait list at a top program if they agreed to pay the tuition. He says this would be a tremendous black mark on him his entire career. He has the funding so it would not be a painful thing for him other than to his ego. Is this really true? is it worse to give up a dream ? I don't know the academic world well as I am in an entirely different field. any help/comments/advice would be appreciated. the program is in the top 6 in his field. thank you
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