hello, everyone. I live outside of states and never been there before.
and I’m about to attend my master in Japan(i’m not japanese).
at the same time I’m considering about taking Phd in US after master
(I’m deeply interested in studying & researching about design)
so I have some questions to ask you.
will it be more difficult to adapt to american education since I have my
master degree in other country? (if I get in Phd directly)
and is there any advantages to have master taken in the US when ppl
try to apply Phd program from abroad?
and also phd programs & any experience will be welcomed!
There are plenty of good grad programs, just not many ID Phd’s to choose from.
Nothing wrong with being a professional student - just keep in mind that the less actual on-the-job work experience you have limits your teaching career potential.