In many cases, only looking at the reputation of the US Education Accredited University is not enough to guarantee the success of a doctoral program.
In this blog post, we highlight some key factors to consider when applying for PHD Program.
1. Your research proposal
If you set your mind to write a research proposal, you should read as much as you can about your chosen topic. Study existing research and papers, prominent research debates in your field, and think about expanding or enhancing existing work.
2. Your PhD supervisor
Be aware that the PhD is a long-term project and that much of the work is done independently. Therefore, when searching for a supervisor, consider their relationship skills. It is important not to chase the importance of kindness and empathy – a kind supervisor can make all the variations to your success – or difficulties – with your PhD.
Finally, it would help to begin thinking of how you will finance your research as early as possible.
If you are hoping to take more time than the official PhD program allows, you will have to search for your funding for the extra time. Some organizations fund only the official PHD program length.