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I am a current PhD student at a UK university in my first year, studying Russian history. I am enjoying it, getting good feedback and am making good progress with the language. However, over the last 8 months due to travels in the Middle East and reading several works on Byzantium and the Crusades I have been feeling anxious that my heart might be elsewhere. I studied the ancient and medieval periods in my undergraduate and masters and have taken a very wide variety of courses during my studies. I thought I had put ancient/medieval stuff to bed and realised I was most suited and intellectually
Hello, how are you? It's my first time using this page so I'm deeply sorry if I'm doing this wrong. I would like to explain a little bit about my situation. I’m finishing my undergraduate program in Argentina on Biotechnology and Molecular Biology. My thesis is based on drug delivery on the hand of nanotechnology applied for treatments of cancer and oncology. This year, around September from what I have read, I would be able to apply for PhD programs in the UK. I have checked out some offers that I had seen. I had checked the entry requirements and depending on the university I have a f
I have a Bachelors degree in English and a Masters degree in Mass Communication & Journalism. I've been a content writer for 2 years and for the last 2 years I'm working in the digital marketing field mainly doing content. I'd like to pursue a PhD and my real interest lies in women's issues. I'd be interested in studying muslim women in India because I'm a muslim woman from India. I'm not sure where to start from. Totally lost here. I'd be grateful for any advice on how to start preparing. Thanks a lot.
Hi everyone, I'm deciding between a PhD program in the UK and one in the States. My field will be applied biology. My dilemma is: Does anyone have any advice / anecdotes on how a PhD from the UK is viewed if you are applying for a post-doc or a junior faculty position in the US? Some common generalised points that I've read so far are listed below. Thanks for your suggestions! UK system - 3-4 years for PhD - Teaching is often optional, possibly not encouraged - No specific requirements for publishing before graduation --> If you get a UK PhD, getting a junior f