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Need advice for MS and Phd


User: mmalik - 04 October 2016 14:00

Hi,
I need some advice in choosing MS and PhD. I have done B.Sc in Telecommunication Engineering and M.Sc in Electrical(Telecommunication) Engineering. I am looking to get some education which will can help me in getting good job here as i just moved from one of the Asian country. I am looking for the option which can help me in getting into Engineering industry and suites me if I keep doing full time job.
Any advice and suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

User: TreeofLife - 05 October 2016 07:12

Which country are you in now? It's very difficult to work full time whilst doing a MSc or PhD. How would you fund your studies?

User: RKV - 06 October 2016 12:25

Dear Friends,
For doing a PhD (Aero) in the US, I got positive response from a few universities. I am 32 now (Single). I am planning to get married in between PhD.

Is it possible to work a Full time PhD with part time job (in industry)?. I have 5 years R& D work experience. I think Its possible. For that, I have to convince my supervisor as well as the University.

As a single, there no financial difficulties (Univ. PhD stipend is more than sufficient), but once married, I have to earn money for survival along with spouse.

Any Advice and suggestions will be greatly respected.

User: TreeofLife - 08 October 2016 07:41

My university said students were only allowed to do an average of 1 day's work outside work per week if they were doing a ft PhD.

Will your spouse be working?



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