I'm an Italian student (freshman) of physics, with a strong passion for mathematics (i love the techniques, not the logical, formal demonstrations) and wish to pursue a challenging but rewarding doctoral program (or master) in a very inspiring field, hoping to get a good (maybe with $$$) career later on: atmosphere, oceans and energy.
So, i wanted to ask you:
- have you ever heard/met Italian people graduating in USA (especially in physics, maths, earth science, and engineering)?
How was their resume? How about the grades? How did "he" managed to get an offer in USA Phd programs?
i ask this, because, even if i am still in my first year (i'm 19), i'd like to obtain infos about how they consider an italian degree (which, in my opinion, is a good one), how they consider an italian graduate, etc..do i have to improve my english, for example?
Thanks so much, and, even if i am a bit late, good luck "in bocca al lupo" to everyone who's waiting any news from graduate schools!!!