25 Highest PhD stipends in the US

In a nutshell, the highest PhD Stipends in the US are offered in Computer and Information Science Geophysics and Space Physics Chemical and Biological Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering Economics, Accounting, and Finance Biomedical and Biological Sciences Business Analytics, Management Environmental Sustainability Mechanical Engineering and Material Sciences Human Ecology and Development Statistics and Data Sciences … Read more

What does it take to get into an Oxford PhD?

First, to get into an Oxford PhD (DPhil) you are at least expected to have (a) 1st Class or Summa Cum Laude master’s or bachelor’s degree. Second, you need a unique and convincing (b) research proposal as well as a (c) personal statement. Finally, you need to get a (d) prospective DPhil supervisor’s support for … Read more

Can you self-fund a PhD in the UK?

Can you self-fund a PhD in the UK

Although 92% of UK PhD supervisors agree that doctoral students should be provided funding, self-funding a PhD is the norm in many fields of study. When deciding to self-fund a PhD in the UK you need to make a careful analysis of (i) the post-PhD career prospects, (ii) the job opportunities a PhD can open … Read more

What are the requirements for PhD in UK? A guide

Here are the minimum requirements you need to provide while applying for a PhD in the UK as an international PhD student A 2:1 grade or an equivalent grade in your previous degree. Most likely the Master’s degree as well as your undergraduate diploma. A minimum of 7 Band score on IELTS or equivalent on … Read more

Can you work while doing a PhD in UK?

In a nutshell, as an international PhD student in the UK under a tier-4 visa, you are allowed to work part-time. However, you need to confirm that your university, funding body, and your prospective PhD supervisor agree on a part-time work option. Further, the number of hours you work part-time as well as the kind … Read more

Get a UK PhD studentship: 6 potent Strategies

In a nutshell, you can win a fully-funded PhD studentship in the UK as an international student if : (a) your master’s grades are higher than average PhD applicants in the UK, (b) you have relevant research experience and references, (c) your research proposal addresses the apparent as well as concealed needs of the professor … Read more

Why a UK PhD is totally worth it for international Students?

In short, doing a PhD in the UK is totally worth it. First, a UK PhD is shorter in time span but not less in value. You get rigorous academic training meeting highest standards of research internationally. Second, as an international PhD student in UK you have multiple options to fund your PhD. The PhD … Read more