I am in my final year of Masters in Astronomy from a European University. I have had no experience in Astronomy as of now.
I have two options now :-
1. Go for a PhD in my host university (funding is not sure but still I may be able to support myself).
2. Go for funded Masters again in some other better university.
Please guide me with valuable suggestions and opinions.
Thank you !
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