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I'm am an American and am currently traveling in Thailand. When I return home in about a month I plan to start applying to PhD programs in counseling psychology. In my travels so far I have met many people from Germany, Denmark, Netherlands and surrounds areas and talking to them has really made me interested to see what the possibility would be of doing my PhD in Germany could be. Any advice anyone has, tips information, anything would be veyu helpful. I feel the way that education is viewed these places is much more in line with my views and it would be amazing to study and be in a different country. I currently have a bachelors in psychology and do not speak German so an English speaking school would be important. Thank you everyone
I'm am an American and am currently traveling in Thailand. When I return home in about a month I plan to start applying to PhD programs in counseling psychology. In my travels so far I have met many people from Germany, Denmark, Netherlands and surrounds areas and talking to them has really made me interested to see what the possibility would be of doing my PhD in Germany could be. Any advice anyone has, tips information, anything would be very helpful. I feel the way that education is viewed these places is much more in line with my views and it would be amazing to study and be in a different country. I currently have a bachelors in psychology and do not speak German so an English speaking school would be important. Thank you everyone

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Asked by CPsych Monday Aug 1st 2011 in Studying Abroad
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I think you have the answer already. The trick to PhD programs is to find the one that will best suit your goals, needs, and interests. So, you will need to do a lot of research. Start contacting school, and talk with people in admissions and both professors and students in the programs. This will be the best way to decide which schools if the best fit for you.

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