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- June 07, 2012
- Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: United Kingdom
Hi, you have many universities offering the course. In the USA, West Virginia University, University of North Dakota – graduate school, University of South Florida, Michigan State University etc. In the UK, there is University of Aberdeen, Birmingham University, University of Bristol, Liverpool, Swansea etc.
In Canada, you have the courses offered for MSc,PhD. in Queens University Ontario, University of British Columbia, University of Toronto, Manitoba, Ottawa, McGill University, Saskatchewan University, McMaster University, University of Alberta etc. Each University has its own admission requirements.
For Canada, the enrollment procedure requires a detailed research application, letter of reference, previous academic records, essay samples and GRE grades. A majority of Ph.D. students take up on and off campus jobs to support their study expenses.
For UK, you have to take IELTS, and you need to submit all your academics, Synopsis & thesis (based on master’s degree) to the concern university in UK.
For USA, you should have good scores in common entrance tests such as GRE and English Language examinations like TOEFL. Internships or other work experience will add to your qualifications. Master's Degree is an essential pre-requisite for a Ph.D. while others admit graduates too. You can work as a Graduate Research Assistant and register for a part time Ph.D.