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Contacting Grad professors for admission/funding

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Replies to: Contacting Grad professors for admission/funding

  • xraymancsxraymancs Forum Champion Graduate School Posts: 4,442 Forum Champion
    Sure but you certainly won't get something without trying...
  • paul2752paul2752 Registered User Posts: 4,961 Senior Member
    @xraymancs i have been trying since last September, who says I haven't?
  • xraymancsxraymancs Forum Champion Graduate School Posts: 4,442 Forum Champion
    You did not say one way or the other in the previous posts. The bottom line is as others have said, most of the Ph.D. admissions with support are for a Fall start. Are there any opportunities to work in a lab at your current university for a semester after graduation?
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