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Thread: Is A PhD with A 2:2 BSc with honors And A distinction of MSc by research Possible?

06-Jun-18, 07:40
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posted about 11 months ago

I just finished my master study by research and am looking for a PhD position. I just want some experience or suggestions for the possibilities of being a PhD student in my case.

I have successfully achieved a distinction degree of my MSc by research. During the study, I also participated one international conference and several workshops or tutorials, and one paper to publish is in final preparation. But my BSc degree is not good enough, just a higher 2:2. I am eager to continue the study as a PhD student cause I enjoy the topic I have done very much. I therefore at the moment looking for a PhD position.

Somebody told me that because of my low BSc degree, it would be very hard to have a PhD position or to be a PhD student. I am very confused and nervous about what they told me. So I just wonder if there is any one has the same experience? Is it really very difficult to be a PhD student in my case? Cheers!

Thanks for your time!
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