Undergrad degree 2:1.
I'm about to commence a masters, if I get a merit only, what are my chances of getting phd funding? (high hopes as you can tell )
In the UK.
The university in the UK is a strong one if it makes any difference.
Can you get phd funding without a distinction in masters? Watch
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- 25-09-2016 20:48
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- 25-09-2016 20:55
It's impossible to say what your chances are - they are nil if you don't apply and very good if you have a superb research proposal, excellent references and a Supervisor who has the money and wants to take you on.
- 25-09-2016 22:25
Very much depends on the field, amongst other factors. In mine, it takes a First/Distinction combo to even be long-listed. As threeportdrift says, it's still competitive in STEM subjects but there's more funding around.