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looking for PhD Guidance

User: CCIE - 16 January 2016 09:18

Hello Fellows,

I've about 6+ Years of experience in IT Networking focusing on Cisco System Inc (Data Center), I'm certified as CCIE Data Center and some other industrial certifications, I've done my graduation (hons) in 2012 but I'm looking to get some guidance for PhD program.

I hear You can do PhD without doing MS degree am I right or wrong.
If anyone have information about it please guide Me.

I'm interested in doing PhD in Computer Science (networks) and proffered country is Germany.

Thank You Guys.

User: TreeofLife - 18 January 2016 09:42

You can do a PhD without an MSc in the UK, not so sure about in Germany.

User: AOE26 - 18 January 2016 10:11

Hi CCIE - I am in the IT industry and have done my MSc and it is world of difference to IT certifications - I am sure you know that tho.

You can go straight to a PhD from a BSc but I think it is very dependant on the quality of your BSc (and dissertation). My advice would be to find a research topic you want to do (or write a proposal) and approach some universities.

Good luck.

User: LeoniKappel - 14 April 2016 11:15

Yes, as you know Germany is one of the most popular destinations for studying abroad, with around 3,000 international graduates completing their doctorate there every year. So you can do your chosen course at your choice of consultancy like German Uni Application Center. I hope it will help you.

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