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Re: Thread For PHD Students by seudocode: 11:10pm On Aug 13
...thanks for your response
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Just as PhD requirement is 60%, general requirements for MPhil is 55%.My interest is MPhil not PhD.My equivalent is 54.2%

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by Houston17(m): 3:32am On Aug 14
Greetings prof wip7 et al. Pls I need clarification on this Candidate must have a Bachelor Degree with First Class (Honours) or Second Class (Honours) Lower Division and Master degree in relevant discipline. Does it mean if one graduated with a first class, the masters degree is not mandatory? Thus requirement is for the role of Assistant Lecturer at the ongoing FUPRE Recruitment

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 5:16am On Aug 14
Houston17:
Greetings prof wip7 et al. Pls I need clarification on this Candidate must have a Bachelor Degree with First Class (Honours) or Second Class (Honours) Lower Division and Master degree in relevant discipline. Does it mean if one graduated with a first class, the masters degree is not mandatory? Thus requirement is for the role of Assistant Lecturer at the ongoing FUPRE Recruitment

Although what the university wants is not very clear; however, it seems so that first classholder will be taken directly or second class lower division holders with a master degree.

Best wishes

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by Houston17(m): 6:34am On Aug 14
wip7:


Although what the university wants is not very clear; however, it seems so that first classholder will be taken directly or second class lower division holders with a master degree.

Best wishes

Oh! I am clear on it now prof. Thanks a lot sire

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by mustyy: 5:12pm On Aug 14
Good day Prof WIP, well-done for the impact you are making on us. Please..
1. Sir, how good is cogent environmental science journal (Taylor's and Francis group)

2. Also which Turkish public University will you recommend for Environmental Engineering PhD studies by international students (interms of easy admission, English language instruction medium, location and of course good quality of education)

My dream is to have my PhD in Turkey or any good University abroad.

Bsc (second class upper)
Msc (PhD grade/5.5 of 7 GP scale)
one Conference and Three journal papers published.

Thank you sir.

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 7:36pm On Aug 14
mustyy:
Good day Prof WIP, well-done for the impact you are making on us. Please..
1. Sir, how good is cogent environmental science journal (Taylor's and Francis group)

Cogent is open access journal meaning they will charge you for publishing with them. Currently, it has no impact factor and only indexed under ESCI (emerging science citation index). For me, I wont publish in this journal, what are my reasons:

1. No impact factor and low metrics

2. I will never pay 1$ to publish any paper; rather I will publish in journal where I will be paid around 1000-3000$ by my university and Turkish goverment.

3. There are over 100 environmental science journals with better impact for now and free of charge to publish like Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Environmental Science, Environmental Pollution etc



2. Also which Turkish public University will you recommend for Environmental Engineering PhD studies by international students (interms of easy admission, English language instruction medium, location and of course good quality of education)

My dream is to have my PhD in Turkey or any good University abroad.

Bsc (second class upper)
Msc (PhD grade/5.5 of 7 GP scale)
one Conference and Three journal papers published.

Thank you sir.


I dont have any specific university to recommend, you can apply to any of the university of your choice provided it has your course and have the facilities you want and you can afford it.

Best wishes

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by Katlyst(m): 1:36pm On Aug 15
Good day all, it's really nice to locate a thread like this for PhD students.
B.Sc Industrial Chemistry
M.Sc Industrial Chemistry
M.Sc Materials for Energy and Environment
PhD Chemical Engineering (in view)

My research interests are in: photocatalytic water treatment (major), photocatalytic organic synthesis, plastic depolymerisation and titanium dioxide application. Two published papers in peer-reviewed international journals with one as first author. One under review and one in writing stage.

I wished I had joined nairaland and followed this thread some years ago.
I feel like crying but it is not too late as I am in my final year in UK.
@ prof wip7 and fellow researchers, you are doing a great job to have sustained this thread for over 6 years.

I am looking forward to doing a postdoc in biomass conversion or plastic depolymerisation/conversion anywhere in the world.

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 2:57pm On Aug 15
Katlyst:
Good day all, it's really nice to locate a thread like this for PhD students.
B.Sc Industrial Chemistry
M.Sc Industrial Chemistry
M.Sc Materials for Energy and Environment
PhD Chemical Engineering (in view)

My research interests are in: photocatalytic water treatment (major), photocatalytic organic synthesis, plastic depolymerisation and titanium dioxide application. Two published papers in peer-reviewed international journals with one as first author. One under review and one in writing stage.

I wished I had joined nairaland and followed this thread some years ago.
I feel like crying but it is not too late as I am in my final year in UK.
@ prof wip7 and fellow researchers, you are doing a great job to have sustained this thread for over 6 years.

I am looking forward to doing a postdoc in biomass conversion or plastic depolymerisation/conversion anywhere in the world.


Impressive emerging profile. Expand more on your publications especially on the areas you intend to undertake a postdoc. The biomass conversion is impressive research area.

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by Vicrown(m): 9:27pm On Aug 20
Some universities and departments require applicants to contact professors via email while applying. This video gives a template on how to contact prospective supervisors for masters and PhD opportunities.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSW8Lvw4N9c
Re: Thread For PHD Students by mustyy: 6:09pm On Aug 21
Good day Prof. WiP
1. please how good is Journal of Environmental and Public Health (Hindawi)

2. what is RG impact factor (is it the real impact factor)----2018/2019 RG impact factor is 0.38

just got one my papers accepted with them, asking a publication fee of USD675.

is worth publishing with them considering the fee and their quality

Thank you Prof

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 8:03pm On Aug 21
Ongoing Research: Fabrication of paper-like Battery


Here we are working in fabrication of flexible energy storage cell.

We have tested it under several conditions it work fine. Some of it features;

—-Fast charge

—- Discharge rate is fine for the intended application (used to power small drone)

—- however energy density still lower than intended...we are still trying to improve

——uniqueness: gel Electrolyte

—-extremely light weight and considerably cheap

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 8:22pm On Aug 21
mustyy:
Good day Prof. WiP
1. please how good is Journal of Environmental and Public Health (Hindawi)

This is a paying Journal. They will charge you 1350$ to publish with them on a normal ground. It does not worth it to waste such money that can feed a family for months on low lmpact journal..........I encourage you go for non-paying journal.

Why I will not publish in this type of journal:

---- I cannot pay 1$ to publish any research work when more valuable journals are free.

--- This journal just got accepted to WOS and has just published 308 articles ever......meaning quite new journal with very low metrics

------NO Impact factor, Not currently under SCI, SCI-E

---There are over 100 of journals in the same field or sbject area with better metrics for now than this.

Why not Journal of Environmental Sciences, J of Env Science and Health PART A or B? these are free and more valuable for now.


2. what is RG impact factor (is it the real impact factor)----2018/2019 RG impact factor is 0.38

No impact factor.........this is 2020...so all impact factor were updated in June for 2019-2020 and this one has NONE.


just got one my papers accepted with them, asking a publication fee of USD675.

is worth publishing with them considering the fee and their quality

Thank you Prof

They must have given you 50% waivers because they originally publish for 1350$. So if I may ask why would you pay that much money when you are not Hushbaby? Anyway if you are funded by the organization to pay, go ahead.

Best wishes

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by ejibaba(m): 12:34am On Aug 22
wip7:


This is a paying Journal. They will charge you 1350$ to publish with them on a normal ground. It does not worth it to waste such money that can feed a family for months on low lmpact journal..........I encourage you go for non-paying journal.

Why I will not publish in this type of journal:

---- I cannot pay 1$ to publish any research work when more valuable journals are free.

--- This journal just got accepted to WOS and has just published 308 journals ever......meaning quite new journal with very low metrics

------NO Impact factor, Not currently under SCI, SCI-E

---There are over 100 of journals in the same field or sbject area with better metrics for now than this.

Why not Journal of Environmental Sciences, J of Env Science and Health PART A or B? these are free and more valuable for now.




No impact factor.........this is 2020...so all impact factor were updated in June for 2019-2020 and this one has NONE.




They must have given you 50% waivers because they originally publish for 1350$. So if I may ask why would you pay that much money when you are not Hushbaby? Anyway if you are funded by the organization to pay, go ahead.

Best wishes

This part got me cracking..."when you are not Hushbaby". Nice response sir.

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 8:45pm On Aug 23
PerfPen:


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Re: Thread For PHD Students by subcbouy: 11:42pm On Aug 23
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Re: Thread For PHD Students by PerfPen: 6:37am On Aug 24
wip7:


You forgot to include if is FREE for you to help those that want this service.

Not Free Sir
Re: Thread For PHD Students by PerfPen: 6:40am On Aug 24
subcbouy:
I guess you mean only allow to your service. If not, I totally disagree.
Dont understand you sir
Re: Thread For PHD Students by Vicrown(m): 10:09am On Aug 26
In this video, I proffer a template that enables scholarship applicants to accentuate their academic qualities in their CV/resume while applying for scholarships.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOddcc3e3oM
Re: Thread For PHD Students by mustyy: 9:48pm On Aug 30
Good day Prof. WIP

Please sir throw more light on ESCI: Emerging sources citation index, are those Journals good,
What is the faith of someone's article accepted by ESCI Journals. Also the SCIE, please differentiate it with the SCI.

Also what is different between Scopus indexed Journal and SCI journal...?

I can see some Journals being indexed by both the above two. More light Prof WIP

Thank you

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by wip7: 6:36pm On Aug 31
mustyy:
Good day Prof. WIP

Please sir throw more light on ESCI: Emerging sources citation index, are those Journals good,


First, I like to start by saying Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE), the Social Science Citation Index (SSCI), the Arts and Humanities Citation Index (AHCI) and Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) are all databases.



ESCI: This is a newly established database currently managed by Clarivate Analytics and achirved in Web of Science. It was established in 2015 to cover newly commissioned journals. So, large percentage of journals covered by ESCI are new journals with no or low metrics. According to Clarivate, ESCI will cover "peer-reviewed publications, quality work and emerging scientific fields". Before ESCI was established, there are several less‐established journals that are not in WOS (web of science) and that often limits authors that publish in journals not indexed in WOS. So now Clarivate as ensured ESCI is part of WOS making less‐established journals or low-ranked journals to now be part of WOS.

Are the journals indexed under ESCI good?

Clarivate claims that the quality criteria and rigour of the ESCI are equivalent to those of its other products like SCI or SCIE or WOS. However, in view of the large number of titles that have been included in it in a short time in ESCI; it seems otherwise.

-----A research paper d[/b]edicated to this found that the visibility of the journals included in the ESCI is far lower than that of the classical indexes of WoS or of Scopus.

------ESCI has a higher percentage of [b]open access journals
nearly one-third of the journals; meaning they charge you when you publish.


-----A total of nearly 20% of the journals covered by ESCI are not indexed by other international abstracting and indexing databases.



What is the faith of someone's article accepted by ESCI Journals

Internationally and in well-respected universities, industries, funding organizations and evaluators; paper published in Journals indexed under SCI, SCIE and achirved in WOS are taken to be valuable and thats how they rank or evaluate such person profile and worth for now. As an example, in 2013; there was a research associate job with 5000 euro monthly salary which was directed for a particular project supported by Marie-Curie Fellowships in Holland. After removing all unqualified applicants, there are 5 left which has similar number of papers, their research field fits well to the target, all have similar years of experience, the last criteria adopted was to rank them according to their outputs. The one that graduated from not-very known universities had highest papers under WOS and SCI/SCIE while the ones from well known universities had higher number of papers but not as much of these papers were selected as reputable; so those were dropped.

Nowl ESCI is under WOS but the journal’s index in this ESCI will not come with an impact factor(IF). However, each journal in this new index will be evaluated every year and those qualified will be transferred to SCIE.

In summary, the faith of the person that publishes in ESCI journal will be hanging on the speed and quality such journal will employ for its papers so it can be included in SCIE. Some journals are under ESCI and also have SCIE affliations so thats fine.


Also the SCIE, please differentiate it with the SCI.

SCI was a smaller database that contained those valuable journals and to exapand it and allow more journals; Clarivate introduced SCI-E (expanded) which has larger coverage. Currently, all of those quality journals in SCI have been merged into SCIE.


Also what is different between Scopus indexed Journal and SCI journal...?

SCI was the original or among very first notable database Created in 1964 and the quality or metrics of Journals in SCI is then measured by impact factor....so in many cases and in some corners, people that published in higher impact factors are praised or respected compared to lower impact factors journals (this has some baises anyway)”. ... While Scopus is also a database launched in 2004 and to rank or measure the quality of the journal, it introduces four types of quality measure which are: h-Index, CiteScore, SJR and SNIP.


All SCI/SCIE papers will be under SCOPUS but not all SCOPUS will be indexed in SCI/SCIE or even in WOS. All SCI/SCIE are in WOS but not all SCOPUS


I can see some Journals being indexed by both the above two. More light Prof WIP

Thank you

In my university, You will be paid 1200$ if you publish in Journals indexed in Science Citation Index (SCI)/SCI Expanded (SCIE) while you will be paid 190$ if the journal is only indexed in Scopus.

So for me, I prefer that bigger money anyway......All SCI/SCIE and majority of Scopus journals have adhered to the strict manuscript evaluation process through the rigorous and blind-folded review by the well-experienced reviewers across the world. This increases the visibility of the research articles; unlike those fake and predatory journals.


I hope this helps to clear some stuffs!

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by speakout2015: 5:39am On Sep 01
James Cook University (JCU) is an international University, which is recognized as a leading tertiary institution in Australia and is in the top 2% of universities in the world. JCU is inviting applications from eligible candidates for PhD scholarships under the Research Training Program (RTP) and James Cook University Postgraduate Research Stipends (JCUPRS) schemes.



College of Science and Engineering is one of the 6 Colleges of JCU and is the home of JCU's expertise in Marine Biology, Zoology, Aquaculture, Engineering, Physical Sciences, Earth Science and Environmental Management, which forms a strong grouping, uniquely placed to tackle the grand challenges facing the world, both fundamental research and application.



Engineering encompasses the disciplines of Civil, Chemical, Electrical and Electronics, Internet of Things (IoT) and Mechanical Engineering. JCU Engineering possess world-class facilities, with a multitude of significant industry and national/international collaboration. College of Science and Engineering is inviting applications for PhD Scholarships from both domestic and international students in any of the following Engineering research areas but not limited to these areas:



Materials Engineering:

Graphene, Polymer Thin Films, Biomaterials, Biomedical devices, Organic Semiconductors, Organic Photovoltaic Devices, Organic Field Effect Transistors, Organic LEDs, Theoretical and computational studies of organic electronics: molecular dynamics, charge transport, device optimization, Materials for Energy Applications, Battery materials, Microwave Pyrolysis.



Mechanical Engineering:

Computational fluid dynamics, environmental fluid mechanics, jet flows, buoyant flows, turbulent flows, multiphase flows, large-eddy simulation.

Natural convection, solar energy, biofuel, building ventilation and heating.

Finite element analysis, mechanical design to Australian Standards, metal fatigue, fracture mechanics, bulk materials handling and Lean manufacturing.



Civil Engineering:

Geotechnical Engineering - Mine backfilling, Soil internal erosion, Ground improvement, Slope monitoring, Numerical modeling.

Water resource engineering - Surface water and groundwater management; Saltwater intrusion in coastal aquifers, Characterization, and monitoring of groundwater contamination

Structural Engineering – Structural response to wind loading, Vulnerability assessments, Sustainable construction materials, Strengthening of aged infrastructure, Application of plastic and steel fibers in concrete.



Chemical Engineering:

Battery recycling technologies, Extractive metallurgy, Innovative process design, and developments.

Polymer Synthesis, Chemical Sensors, Complex Systems Risk Management, System Safety, Accident Analysis, Causal network analysis.



Electrical and Electronics Engineering:

Power Engineering, Smart grid, Renewable Energy, Waste to Energy Conversion, Organic Photovoltaics and Solar Cells, Power distribution and system integration, Neuromorphic VLSI Designs, Signal Processing, Biomedical devices and Smart Sensors.



Internet of Things (IoT) + Artificial Intelligence (AI):

Computer Vision, Image/Video Processing

IoT communication technologies: low power wide area networks, 5G mobile communications, wireless sensor networks

IoT data analytics

IoT applications

IoT-enabled smart agriculture

Near-infrared spectroscopy for quality assessment in food products

Sensor Fusion and Robotics

AI for Neuroscience



Potential applicants are encouraged to visit Engineering Staff List

Value and benefits

PhD stipend for 2021 is approximately $28,500 per annum (non-taxable) for up to 3.5 years with fully paid tuition fees, up to 4 years. College of Science and Engineering also will pay top-up scholarships and/or Overseas Students Health Cover (value $3500) to the top-ranked JCU scholarship candidates.
As a student in the college, you are eligible to apply for the Competitive Research Training Grant
Sick, maternity and parenting leave are covered
Eligibility

Applicants must have one of the following:

A research Master’s degree
A coursework Masters' degree, or graduate diploma, which includes a research project or thesis of 6 months full time equivalent in duration
The equivalent of an Australian Honours Degree in the relevant area of research
Selection for scholarships is based on academic performance, paid/unpaid professional experience and published/accepted peer reviewed publications. Only the top-ranked applicants in a scholarship round will be offered a Scholarship.

If your native language is not English you are required to demonstrate your English language proficiency (Band 2 or higher).



For more information on PhD Eligibility requirements please visit the web.



Application closing date

Applications for 2021 Scholarships close on 30 September 2020. Applicants can apply for candidature only (without a scholarship) at any time during the year



How to apply

1. Do you have a research project and a Primary Advisor in mind with whom you would like to work? If not, you will need these before you apply. You can contact a relevant academic staff member directly from the Engineering Staff List.



2. Establish contact with your preferred Advisor to confirm that they agree to take on the role. Simply approach them by email in the first instance. Include your CV, past academic record, and relevant employment history.



3. If you can’t find a suitable supervisor, you can complete an expression of interest for a Higher Degree by Research and send it to cse.postgradservices@jcu.edu.au who will liaise with a suitable PhD Supervisor and will get back to you. Please ensure that you have attached your CV along with the EOI.



4. Once your prospective Advisor has agreed to take on the role, complete APP-FORM-01 Higher Degree by Research Application Form with your prospective Advisor(s) and ensure that you have the required documentation ready.



5. Visit the Graduate Research School website for more information. Go to the Doctor of Philosophy course page and complete an online application through our Online Application Portal.



For further information please contact: cse.postgradservices@jcu.edu.au
Re: Thread For PHD Students by mustyy: 7:04am On Sep 01
Thank you so much for the enlightment, it is clear now. Thank you
wip7:



First, I like to start by saying Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE), the Social Science Citation Index (SSCI), the Arts and Humanities Citation Index (AHCI) and Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) are all databases.



ESCI: This is a newly established database currently managed by Clarivate Analytics and achirved in Web of Science. It was established in 2015 to cover newly commissioned journals. So, large percentage of journals covered by ESCI are new journals with no or low metrics. According to Clarivate, ESCI will cover "peer-reviewed publications, quality work and emerging scientific fields". Before ESCI was established, there are several less‐established journals that are not in WOS (web of science) and that often limits authors that publish in journals not indexed in WOS. So now Clarivate as ensured ESCI is part of WOS making less‐established journals or low-ranked journals to now be part of WOS.

Are the journals indexed under ESCI good?

Clarivate claims that the quality criteria and rigour of the ESCI are equivalent to those of its other products like SCI or SCIE or WOS. However, in view of the large number of titles that have been included in it in a short time in ESCI; it seems otherwise.

-----A research paper d[/b]edicated to this found that the visibility of the journals included in the ESCI is far lower than that of the classical indexes of WoS or of Scopus.

------ESCI has a higher percentage of [b]open access journals
nearly one-third of the journals; meaning they charge you when you publish.


-----A total of nearly 20% of the journals covered by ESCI are not indexed by other international abstracting and indexing databases.





Internationally and in well-respected universities, industries, funding organizations and evaluators; paper published in Journals indexed under SCI, SCIE and achirved in WOS are taken to be valuable and thats how they rank or evaluate such person profile and worth for now. As an example, in 2013; there was a research associate job with 5000 euro monthly salary which was directed for a particular project supported by Marie-Curie Fellowships in Holland. After removing all unqualified applicants, there are 5 left which has similar number of papers, their research field fits well to the target, all have similar years of experience, the last criteria adopted was to rank them according to their outputs. The one that graduated from not-very known universities had highest papers under WOS and SCI/SCIE while the ones from well known universities had higher number of papers but not as much of these papers were selected as reputable; so those were dropped.

Nowl ESCI is under WOS but the journal’s index in this ESCI will not come with an impact factor(IF). However, each journal in this new index will be evaluated every year and those qualified will be transferred to SCIE.

In summary, the faith of the person that publishes in ESCI journal will be hanging on the speed and quality such journal will employ for its papers so it can be included in SCIE. Some journals are under ESCI and also have SCIE affliations so thats fine.




SCI was a smaller database that contained those valuable journals and to exapand it and allow more journals; Clarivate introduced SCI-E (expanded) which has larger coverage. Currently, all of those quality journals in SCI have been merged into SCIE.




SCI was the original or among very first notable database Created in 1964 and the quality or metrics of Journals in SCI is then measured by impact factor....so in many cases and in some corners, people that published in higher impact factors are praised or respected compared to lower impact factors journals (this has some baises anyway)”. ... While Scopus is also a database launched in 2004 and to rank or measure the quality of the journal, it introduces four types of quality measure which are: h-Index, CiteScore, SJR and SNIP.


All SCI/SCIE papers will be under SCOPUS but not all SCOPUS will be indexed in SCI/SCIE or even in WOS. All SCI/SCIE are in WOS but not all SCOPUS




In my university, You will be paid 1200$ if you publish in Journals indexed in Science Citation Index (SCI)/SCI Expanded (SCIE) while you will be paid 190$ if the journal is only indexed in Scopus.

So for me, I prefer that bigger money anyway......All SCI/SCIE and majority of Scopus journals have adhered to the strict manuscript evaluation process through the rigorous and blind-folded review by the well-experienced reviewers across the world. This increases the visibility of the research articles; unlike those fake and predatory journals.


I hope this helps to clear some stuffs!

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by Vicrown(m): 2:14pm On Sep 03
Yes, I'm shamelessly advertising my YouTube channel. But who is better qualified to talk about international postgraduate scholarships than the person who has been awarded 5 scholarships (3 masters & 2 PhDs) in the UK, US and Germany. Kindly see the "receipts" below (obviously blowing my trumpet).

I started a YouTube channel in June to share tips & tricks of getting international scholarships and the community has grown to about 700 subscribers.
As I proceed to begin my PhD in the UK, I wish to continued putting out contents on scholarships and studying abroad.
To cut the long story short, SUBSCRIBE HERE: https://lnkd.in/dKFcS8m

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Re: Thread For PHD Students by linked: 4:12pm On Sep 03
Vicrown:
Yes, I'm shamelessly advertising my YouTube channel. But who is better qualified to talk about international postgraduate scholarships than the person who has been awarded 5 scholarships (3 masters & 2 PhDs) in the UK, US and Germany. Kindly see the "receipts" below (obviously blowing my trumpet).

I started a YouTube channel in June to share tips & tricks of getting international scholarships and the community has grown to about 700 subscribers.
As I proceed to begin my PhD in the UK, I wish to continued putting out contents on scholarships and studying abroad.
To cut the long story short, SUBSCRIBE HERE: https://lnkd.in/dKFcS8m
Nice channel with good content. Which school did you finally opt for? Warwick or SOAS London?
Re: Thread For PHD Students by jeswinner: 5:32pm On Sep 03
Vicrown:
Yes, I'm shamelessly advertising my YouTube channel. But who is better qualified to talk about international postgraduate scholarships than the person who has been awarded 5 scholarships (3 masters & 2 PhDs) in the UK, US and Germany. Kindly see the "receipts" below (obviously blowing my trumpet).

I started a YouTube channel in June to share tips & tricks of getting international scholarships and the community has grown to about 700 subscribers.
As I proceed to begin my PhD in the UK, I wish to continued putting out contents on scholarships and studying abroad.
To cut the long story short, SUBSCRIBE HERE: https://lnkd.in/dKFcS8m
U are doing very well. Congrats
Re: Thread For PHD Students by jeswinner: 5:35pm On Sep 03
I have a defence of my PhD proposal (Unilag/Estate management deot) via zoom next week. I will be glad to receive suggestions to enable me succeed. Merci.
Re: Thread For PHD Students by Vicrown(m): 7:58am On Sep 04
You need these documents close by if you're seriously looking for a scholarship. Do a checklist in order not to be caught unawares!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTL4cbffbVM
Re: Thread For PHD Students by speakout2015: 9:30am On Sep 04
Your proposal defence is an area of interest of your chosen field which I presumed was prepared by you and also related to the area of interest of your selected advisor/professor. I will advice you to concentrate on fundamental principles or mechanisms that governs your chosen topic. If your topic has none of this, then there might be trouble in the defence. Wishing you the best!!!


jeswinner:
I have a defence of my PhD proposal (Unilag/Estate management deot) via zoom next week. I will be glad to receive suggestions to enable me succeed. Merci.
Re: Thread For PHD Students by matman34(m): 11:30am On Sep 04
Hi everyone, did anyone apply for graduate studies at Sabanci university, Turkey

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