It is against this background that this paper provides an explicit comparison of computer science PhD education in Germany and the USA. Higher learning institutions in both countries offer relative programs in this field of specification.
Enrolls a comparatively lower number of students in the program and has a smaller population base to source students from. Hence classrooms are smaller and the professionals teaching the subject equally less.
The learning environment and nature of program allows for limited attendance of conferences, public talks and publications of research papers. The government however funds for a significant percentage of publications made by the students.
In sum, the computer science program at the Phd level in both countries is comprehensive and tasking. As it has come out from the graphic presentation, there are distinct variations in the nature and quality of the respective program. As aforementioned, this is attributable to a host of factors that range from resource availability to legislative and institutional policies governing the ...Show more