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Re: don't do business with new zealand

Posted by alexandra_k on July 22, 2020, at 1:06:36

In reply to Re: don't do business with new zealand, posted by alexandra_k on July 22, 2020, at 1:02:52

The answer is:

Because they paid you. Because you got a scholarship (because you got the money they said they would pay you) -- otherwise you left.

So they pay you to work for 3 years.

Then the money stops.

So you go 'awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww no more money. I'll have to go home and live with my parents.'

So they find enough teaching work for you to stay.

But at the ANU the Philosophy Program ended up getting really very grubbity grub grubby with seeing it as something of a trophy prize for certain researchers with repect to how long they could get the student to continue working for the supervisor once the student had left.

One supervisor, in particular. He would basically gloat about how x student had been living at home with his parents for a year making changes to his thesis after his scholarship ran out...

Tis a nasty business.




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