Thank you for your interest in our program. The Dalhousie University Interdisciplinary PhD is a unique, rigourous degree requiring initiative and strong academic scholarship from its students. To ensure you successfully complete the application process, after perusing our admission information your first action should be to assess carefully whether you meet the initial entrance requirements - these are quite clearly (a) that you hold a first-class thesis-based research Master degree (a project- or essay-based degree does not qualify) and (b) that your combined GPA between Bachelor and Master degrees is 3.70 or higher. Your next move will be to find a supervisor - ID PhD does not have our own faculty members and, as such, you must locate potential supervisors throughout Dalhousie University, focusing on those whose research interests match yours. Your supervisor will review your Statement of Interdisciplinary Research Interest (SIRI) and help you to find potential members for your committee. Once accepted into the program, you will meet with your supervisor and committee members and outline a program of study that satisfies the program's standards. If you or your supervisor have specific questions about the program please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.