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PhD in UK? [#permalink] New post 11 Oct 2004, 09:43
I heard British universities are a bit different, and their PhD programs are different too. Do any of you know anything about that? What are they looking for in applicants? Do they have ones better in Finance, others- in International business, and so on, like US universities? What are the good universities for research there? Except for Cambridge, Oxford, LBS, LSE - I am not so good! :roll:

As for my goals, I am going to apply to British PhD Programs in Management this fall. My areas will be Organizational Behaviour and International Business with a concentation on cross-cultural and international human resource management.

Will be very thankful for any thought or advice! :lol:

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 [#permalink] New post 17 Oct 2004, 22:50
I waited to see if anyone else has any info.

I do not have any info other than the schools you mentioned :roll:

If you can post your stats, perhaps we can discuss what can make you a wonderful applicant for these four universities :-D

Do let me know your GMAT, experience and your research interests.

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Are all the PhD progs only full-time? Is there any P/T? [#permalink] New post 18 Dec 2004, 20:25
I know it seem's to be a stupid question as I haven't expored wide range of PhD progs yet, and even haven't completed my undergrad degree yet, but anyway I'm going to ask it.

I simply curius,
Are all the PhD progs only full-time based or there is a chance to go on part-time and do my researches without interrupting my carrer?

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 [#permalink] New post 19 Dec 2004, 05:28
You definitely can do it part-time. At least in the UK. But I think you might have problems with funding then. Most PhD fellowships/scholarships are for full-time students.
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