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Programs Find University for PhD Physics

  1. Dec 19, 2008 #1
    Now , I study theoretical physics in graduate level, and I'm pretty sure that I'm going to pursue my PhD. I'm very interest to do the research about black hole or gravitational physics. Could anyone suggest some proper place for me?

    How about Max Planck for gravitational physics?
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  3. Dec 19, 2008 #2


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    Max Planck is an Institute, not a university. You can work on your PhD with researchers there, but they don't grant PhDs - you'll have to do so while enrolled at an actual university (check out Munich Technical University and the university in Heidelberg that works with MPI). I have several friends doing this, and I've been working with MPI on and off as well.
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