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Old 01-12-2013, 10:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Uncle Kadyo View Post
In my country, when you do PhD, it is usually through scholarsips with montlhy stipend, book allowance, travel expenses and all. Guess it's a different situation. I'm talking about PhD in sciences and math BTW.
From what I understand, the technical fields usually garner more benefits, but--at least in the US--PhDs tend to be funded for social sciences, etc., as well.

It's a bit different in Japan though. I'm in graduate school here on a scholarship however.
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