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Grad Physics Europe/France

  1. Aug 20, 2007 #1
    2 questions, I'm looking about going into grad physics in France.

    In Europe/France do you get paid for research or any guaranteed funding (ie in canada you are generally guaranteed 20,000 cdn dollars and tuition is taken out of that) I know that tuition is next to nothing in Europe and France.

    Also, I will have done 5 years of undergrad (Eng Phys and 2nd in economics), with many overlapping graduate physics courses, will I be able to skip M1 or at least skip parts of M1,

    Maybe someone could detail their experience with a French graduate degree, (admission, courses, research (stage), living etc).

    Thanks,
    Perry
     
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