How to translate "becario doctoral" from Spanish to English? A "Becario Doctoral" is a person who has a research grant or a fellowship from a scientific institution to dedicate complete time to do a PhD. By the way: What's the difference between a "fellowship" and a "research grant" Thanks ";)
Apr 15, 2011 12:12 AM
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April 26, 2011
I believe its translated as Doctoral fellowship. A fellowship is a research grant that you can get when you are in a phd or masters program. The research grant is money that goes toward paying funding your research.
April 15, 2011
Well I haven't earned a doctorate so I'm not sure if there's a very technical term, but most people would understand the phrase 'funded full-time PhD student'. Also, the difference in 'fellowship' and 'research grant' is very small, but it seems a fellowship usually entails an internship.
April 15, 2011
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