Your anxiously awaited graduate school acceptance letter has arrived. Hooray! Assuming that this is the school for you, one of the next steps is to consider the financial implications of choosing this institution. There are huge variations between graduate programs. A “one-size fits all” approach may work when discussing interview tips, but when it comes to funding, it gets seriously complicated! Let’s keep it as simple as possible and just explore what I consider to be the gold standard of graduate education: fully funded Ph.d programs.
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