The decision to pursue a Ph.D. in any field is difficult — it’s a significant investment of your time and resources, with several unknowns along the way. Although it is a big commitment, 75% of students surveyed are happy with the decision to pursue a Ph.D.
If you have a genuine love for a subject and wish to become a thought leader or researcher in your area of expertise, we encourage you to review our Ph.D. guidance resource.
In this guide we'll prepare you to overcome any setbacks, share Ph.D. application tips, and answer common questions like:
On the surface it may seem like many institutions offer similar doctoral degree options. So, how do you choose the program that best suites your academic and financial needs? Access our guide for straightforward, professional advice to help you make an informed decision about pursing a Ph.D.
Your Ph.D. should be funded by the University and/or program as a tuition scholarship and a stipend. Download the guide to explore the various types of funding, assistantships, and fellowships available to doctoral students (plus how the Moody School of Graduate & Advanced Studies compares to general aid offers).
Would you like to learn more about your graduate program of interest or available fellowships for Ph.D. student? Submit the form to connect with a representative from your intended department, College, or School.