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Which is a good University for doing PhD in food science with full scholarship?
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Cardiff Met is good for food science. In terms of funding, the Universities will either advertise that they have a funded PhD place going (a bit like a job advertisement) and you do a PhD on a topic that they want because they're funding, or you secure your own funding from a research council and then you do your own proposal and email unis to see if anyone within the field are willing to supervise you.
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Cardiff Met is good for food science. In terms of funding, the Universities will either advertise that they have a funded PhD place going (a bit like a job advertisement) and you do a PhD on a topic that they want because they're funding, or you secure your own funding from a research council and then you do your own proposal and email unis to see if anyone within the field are willing to supervise you.
Actually I am from India and will graduate my masters in 2022 so is this criteria for PhD enrollment same for all
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