Pursuing a PhD is an exciting time in a student’s life. After you’ve completed your master’s degree, you can choose to continue your education to become a doctor in your chosen field. To earn a PhD, you must successfully complete the required coursework and then defend your thesis or dissertation.
What is a PhD in Floristry? The florist business is diverse, and you can expect to choose from courses in floral design, tools, wedding flowers, florist shop layout, and visual merchandising, among a host of other interesting classes. In addition to studying flower care and botany techniques, you will learn the history and practice of arranging flowers into table centerpieces, bouquets, corsages and other displays.
As you continue your education, you’ll gain the benefits of advanced knowledge in your field, such as increased promotion and job opportunities in a variety of industries. The business skills imparted by this degree can also be useful in many situations.
The cost of earning a PhD in Floristry will vary widely, and often depends on your school’s location. The length of program will also play a factor in the cost of earning your PhD. Check with your school of choice to get a cost estimate.
Careers in floristry are often very exciting, with a wide variety of professional choices available. If you want a high-profile and glamorous career, you can go into the magazine or film industry to work on important arrangements for popular movies and TV shows that will be seen and loved by thousands or even millions. To get a sense of satisfaction through helping people, you can open your own florist shop, become a designer, or work with wedding planners to create dream weddings for countless couples.
A career as a master florist is rewarding and can be quite lucrative. If you’d like to learn more, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
The PhD-Program “Agricultural Economics” (J-PPAE) is jointly offered by the Georg-August-Universität of Goettingen (Germany) and Universidad de Talca (Chile). [+]
The Joint PhD Program between Chile and Germany
The PhD-Program “Agricultural Economics” (J-PPAE) is jointly offered by the Georg-August-Universität of Goettingen (Germany) and Universidad de Talca (Chile).By taking part in one of our programs, our PhD-students benefit from the international very well cross-linked Agricultural Faculty and its excellent reputation. Our research oriented PhD-program “Agricultural Economics” is dedicated to combine theoretical knowledge of agricultural topics with practical solutions. We offer get a very well-distinguished education in agribusiness and its neighbouring fields of study.Besides this, Göttingen does not only have a university, Göttingen is a university, so it has been said for the past 270 years. That means: every third resident downtown is a student, the city is lively, young and not too big - everything is close by.In Göttingen you don't only meet friends in the lecture hall, you get in contact with them on the streets of downtown, at concerts, in the theatre, at sports and in the numerous cafes and bars. Studying in Göttingen is traditionally internationally oriented. The motto is themed "studying while well taken care of". Göttingen is a lovable city, in which the ground stone has been laid for many careers.... [-]