Is Graduate School The Right Choice For You?


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Do you want to be a professor? Are you in grad school, applying, or preparing to apply? Professor Michael Munger of Duke University outlines the three “do’s and don’ts” of making a decision about grad school – all in the two and a half minute video above. Ready to start? Learn about scholarships, seminars, and a wide-range of career resources that help you begin the next chapter of your life. Do: Go to grad school if your goal is to become a professor. Don’t: Go to grad school to wait out a recession or “find yourself”. Don’t: Go into debt by attending graduate school. Grad schools and scholarship providers fund individuals who have the best chance of succeeding in academia, so use funding as a signal for whether you should pursue a Ph.D.
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