|Originally posted by Meat187 |
Are you a PostDoc then or in a faculty position? Or is the system in Brazil just completely different from the one I know?
Coincidentally, I am in a faculty position, but I'm afraid the systems are different if you came to this conclusion. Here's how it works in Brazil:
|4~5 years||Bachelor or Licence||If you're a bachelor of whatever, you can get a good job; if you get a licence (like I did) you can teach in schools and, under special circumstances, as a temp at a university (like I also did)|
|2 years||Master's Degree||Teaching at a university in a faculty position becomes possible (both my wife and I did this)... Not sure why else you'd get a Master's. Better jobs ate the private sector?|
|4 years*||Doctorate||You're given maximum priority in admissions for faculty positions - if you're a lecturer, you get a hefty bonus (i.e. I'll get an average German salary ). No idea why someone in the private sector would even consider getting one of these around here!|
*It took me 5 years because I played tug of war with my advisor. Don't ever do that!
|6 months?||Post-doctorate||It either means you're waiting to get a job in the private sector and studying in the meantime or you're getting a break in the public sector and you're doing this to get more bonuses - it seems to me that in Germany it is not common to be a PostDoc AND a part of a faculty, is it?|
How does it differ from the Deutsche system?
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