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As you’re looking into graduate school, you may be wondering “How do finances work as a graduate student? How is graduate school funded?” Well don’t worry! Today we’ll be discussing exactly that! How are doctoral programs funded? In general, if … Continue reading
Nowadays, many graduate programs are taking students upwards of 5 years to complete, with 6-6.5 years being a common timeframe to complete a doctoral program. Gone are the days where a 4 year graduate program is the norm, but with … Continue reading
When I graduated from college, I really wasn’t sure what I wanted to be doing. I interviewed for a couple jobs, but I really just wasn’t into it (I also bombed them, but that’s another animal). I had friends who … Continue reading