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No he isn't trolling. Possibly it is my
error in not mentioning that I an studying in the U.K, not in the U.S. But I have spent time studying in the U.S (Charleston College)and I REALLY was unaware that an American Doctoral student has to go to classes. In England the normal routine is a 3-year undergrad degree (thats only 100 weeks school attendendence), a 1-year Masters (30 weeks attendence), and then the 3-year PhD.
But I an REALLY confused about what you are taught at Doctoral level as my work is specialized (as it should be) and my PhD supervisor is there as a guide, not a teacher. Mine is a leading on the Cold War, and American History in general, but as my thesis relates to the ECONOMICS of the Cold War era (of which he knows nothing), how is anyone going to teach me anything when I will be the expert? In addition, do you really HAVE to have a language qualification to fulfill the PhD requiirements? WHY? I am making a vague attempt at learning Russian to speed up some research that I need to do but its not a requirement. This all explains why a 3-year Doctoral programme in the U.K costs a grand total of ВЈ10k (roughly $20k), and thats before they pay YOU for seminar assessments, essay marking, occasional teaching etc etc...