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guitarnoob_100
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Join date: Apr 2007
40 IQ
#41
Quote by Neo Evil11
Werent you eligible for funding?

Tinbergen is a joined research institute from rotterdam, and the two amsterdam universities.


Nope, not at all. Maybe I just didn't have grades good enough for that, or maybe it was the fact that I was international and non-eu.
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Join date: Apr 2007
355 IQ
#42
Quote by Neo Evil11
So biatches,

how are they hanging? Did you ever change your career plans in the last minute?
I won't answer that question due to the fact that you called me a biatch.
Ostinattos
UG's diff. geometer
Join date: Feb 2007
10 IQ
#43
Quote by Neo Evil11
I will have an MSc by then, but I have been told that I either need a two year's degree or a research master's degree before I can get a PhD.

Mind you, Bachelor degrees here are only 3 years. I may have heard it wrong, but I thought they were 4 years in England.


If you are going to get an MSc why would you want to apply for a MPhil degree? Go for a PhD instead.

Are you only applying for Europe Universities? Some Universities in the US accept people only having a Bachelor's degree (I think it might depend on the country of origin though). I know people who have done this. They are usually accepted for the master's program and if they show good progress (passing the qualifying exams for example) they are moved into the Phd program.
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Neo Evil11
Feminist
Join date: Feb 2006
71 IQ
#44
Quote by Ostinattos
If you are going to get an MSc why would you want to apply for a MPhil degree? Go for a PhD instead.

Are you only applying for Europe Universities? Some Universities in the US accept people only having a Bachelor's degree (I think it might depend on the country of origin though). I know people who have done this. They are usually accepted for the master's program and if they show good progress (passing the qualifying exams for example) they are moved into the Phd program.

In the eu they expect you to have a 2 year MSc with a year of research or an mphil/researchmaster. I can do nothing about it.
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JohnnyGenzale
Bitter old sod
Join date: May 2008
20 IQ
#45
Started studying history/economic history, went on to get a bachelor's degree in European Studies. Now enrolled on a Master's for European Studies and doing my internship on a dance & theater festival (although we have a EU-project going so I guess I'm on the right track.)

You can always be creative with your studies and what you've got in your bags.
sometimes I see us in a cymbal splash or in the sound of a car crash
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