I applied to a Ph.D program and this is the process I used too. It’s time consuming, but well-worth the time. You will be spending the next 4- 6 years of your life in this Ph.D. program. You have to put in the work now to avoid regretting it later. Your prime years of your life should be well spent in the program that suits you the best.
Listen to this episode if you want to learn:
- The process to select which Ph.D. research program best suits your interests,
- Whether to reach out to the professor
- And if so, what to say?
- What information you should look for
- How to narrow down your list to 5 or 7 Ph.D. programs with this process
You’ll be glad you listened to this episode.
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The Power Punch Club podcast features Dr. Varun Gandhi, who has a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from Georgia Tech (Georgia Institute of Technology) and Vineet Jain, who has an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University and Masters in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech. They have 18 years of combined experience in attending various top universities in America. They have both T.A. (teaching assistant) and R.A. (research assistant) experience. They have mentored numerous students during their grad school programs. They have worked at top firms in their respective fields with 10 years of combined experience working in the industry. They have 20 years of combined experience in university admissions.
The Power Punch Club podcast provides a fresh perspective of the university admissions process, job opportunities, interviews with experts, current and past students, professors, and university admissions committee members. Our mission is to combine tips and strategies from the experts with the journey and experience of past and current students, the research openings of faculty members, advice from university admissions committee members and experts in the student visa application process.