Hi, I know that there are often two processes after a PhD interview: the school will decide whether (1) you get a place; (2) whether you get funding. From your experience, did you hear back from your potential supervisors first whether you get a place or did you get to know both at the same time? It's been almost three weeks since my interview and I haven't heard anything from the school. The chair of the interview did say to me that the first process will be quick and the second will take up to 4-8 weeks. Does this mean I won't be offered a place?
Sorry I wasn't clear in my question. Was trying to find a way to edit it but I have no idea how to. So this is a British university that I applied to and it's the school of arts and humanities. The funding body is the university, which offers scholarships for several schools and departments. Yeah, I was thinking of waiting for another week and then I'll give them a call. Just don't look want to sound impatient.
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