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Admission[ edit ] While most graduate programs will have a similar list of general admission requirements, the importance placed on each type of requirement can vary drastically between graduate schools, departments within schools, and even programs within departments.
The best way to determine how a graduate program will weigh admission materials is to ask the person in charge of graduate admissions at the particular program being applied to.
Admission to graduate school requires a bachelor's degree. High grades in one's field of study are important—grades outside the field less so. Within the sciences and some social sciences, previous research experience may be important. Many universities require a personal statement sometimes called Statement of purpose or Letter of Intentwhich may include indications of the intended area s of research;  how detailed this statement is or whether it is possible to change one's focus of research depends strongly on the discipline and department to which the student is applying.
In some disciplines or universities, graduate applicants may find it best to have at least one recommendation from their research work outside of the college where they earned their bachelor's degree;[ citation needed ] however, as with previous research experience, this may not be very important in most humanities disciplines.
Some schools set minimum GPAs and test scores below which they will not accept any applicants;  this reduces the time spent reviewing applications.
On the other hand, many other institutions often explicitly state that they do not use any sort of cut-offs in terms of GPA or the GRE scores.
Instead, they claim to consider many factors, including past research achievements, the compatibility between the applicant's research interest and that of the faculty, the statement of purpose and the letters of reference, as stated above. Some programs also require professors to act as sponsors.
Some departments may require interviews before making a decision to accept an applicant. For example, current primary, middle grades and secondary education teachers wishing to gain re-certification credit most commonly apply as Non Degree-Seeking students. Requirements for completion[ edit ] Graduate students often declare their intended degree master's or doctorate in their applications.
In some cases, master's programs allow successful students to continue toward the doctorate degree. Additionally, doctoral students who have advanced to candidacy but not filed a dissertation "ABD," for " all but dissertation " often receive master's degrees and an additional master's called a Master of Philosophy MPhilor a Candidate of Philosophy C.
The master's component of a doctorate program often requires one or two years. Many graduate programs require students to pass one or several examinations in order to demonstrate their competence as scholars. Examinations of this type are more common in the sciences and some social sciences but relatively unknown in most humanities disciplines.
Most graduate students perform teaching duties, often serving as graders and tutors. In some departments, they can be promoted to lecturer status, a position that comes with more responsibility. Doctoral students generally spend roughly their first two to three years taking coursework and begin research by their second year if not before.
Many master's and all specialist students will perform research culminating in a paper, presentation, and defense of their research.
This is called the master's thesis or, for Educational Specialist students, the specialist paper. However, many US master's degree programs do not require a master's thesis, focusing instead primarily on course work or on "practicals" or "workshops.
Such "real-world" experience may typically require a candidate work on a project alone or in a team as a consultant, or consultants, for an outside entity approved or selected by the academic institution and under faculty supervision. In the second and third years of study, doctoral programs often require students to pass more examinations.
If these examinations are held orally, they may be known colloquially as "orals. In all cases, comprehensive exams are normally both stressful and time consuming and must be passed to be allowed to proceed on to the dissertation. Passing such examinations allows the student to stay, begin doctoral research, and rise to the status of a doctoral candidate, while failing usually results in the student leaving the program or re-taking the test after some time has passed usually a semester or a year.
Some schools have an intermediate category, passing at the master's level, which allows the student to leave with a master's without having completed a master's dissertation. For the next several years the doctoral candidate primarily performs his or her research.
Usually this lasts three to eight years, though a few finish more quickly, and some take substantially longer. In total, the typical doctoral degree takes between four and eight years from entering the program to completion, though this time varies depending upon the department, dissertation topic, and many other factors.
For example, astronomy degrees take five to six years on average, but observational astronomy degrees take six to seven due to limiting factors of weather, while theoretical astronomy degrees take five.
Though there is substantial variation among universities, departments, and individuals, humanities and social science doctorates on average take somewhat longer to complete than natural science doctorates.
These differences are due to the differing nature of research between the humanities and some social sciences and the natural sciences and to the differing expectations of the discipline in coursework, languages, and length of dissertation.
However, time required to complete a doctorate also varies according to the candidate's abilities and choice of research. Some students may also choose to remain in a program if they fail to win an academic position, particularly in disciplines with a tight job market; by remaining a student, they can retain access to libraries and university facilities, while also retaining an academic affiliation, which can be essential for conferences and job-searches.
Traditionally, doctoral programs were only intended to last three to four years and, in some disciplines primarily the natural scienceswith a helpful advisor and a light teaching load, it is possible for the degree to be completed in that amount of time.
However, increasingly many disciplines, including most humanities, set their requirements for coursework, languages, and the expected extent of dissertation research by the assumption that students will take five years minimum or six to seven years on average; competition for jobs within these fields also raises expectations on the length and quality of dissertations considerably.Read case studies from international students including Jianwei from China, Patricia from Egypt, and Maupe from Nigeria, to find out why they all chose postgraduate study in the UK.
How to apply Firstly, the way that UK higher education works means there are . A graduate school (sometimes shortened as grad school) is a school that awards advanced academic degrees (i.e. master's and doctoral degrees) with the general requirement that students must have earned a previous undergraduate degree with a high grade point average.A distinction is typically made between graduate schools (where courses of study vary in the degree to which they provide training.
Being able to live and study in comfy, stylish and secure accommodation is essential while you are studying your postgrad course.
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Postgraduate courses are offered by universities and private colleges. Some fields are only offered by universities, such as medicine and architecture. Entry into most higher education courses in Australia is highly competitive, and a high standard of English language is required for postgraduate study.
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