Fully Funded MSc in Interdisciplinary Mathematics Scholarships

Fully Funded MSc in Interdisciplinary Mathematics Scholarships
“InterMaths – Interdisciplinary Mathematics” is a 2-Year full-time Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in Mathematical Modelling and Simulation with interdisciplinary applications, with a special focus on biomedical Sciences and industrial engineering.

It is run by five European Universities:

University of L’Aquila (UAQ) – Coordinating Institution
Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH)
Vienna University of Technology (TUW)
Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB)
University of Côte d’Azur in Nice (UCA)
“InterMaths” prepares for a career in research as well as in private enterprises, in particular in industrial engineering, manufacturing, pharmaceutics, biomedical industry. Interdisciplinary Mathematics study plans develop mathematical skills that are relevant to a broad range of interdisciplinary fields:

Mathematical modelling,
Scientific computing,
Control and optimization,
Stochastic modelling,
Image processing methods.
Interdisciplinary Mathematics programme is designed to meet the demand of advanced research in European enterprises and provides – at the same time – a unique, integrated, European advanced joint programme in Applied Mathematics in line with innovative domains in science and technology.

The “InterMaths Consortium” made up of the above five Universities has been awarded the Erasmus Mundus label by the European Commission.

Fully Funded MSc in Interdisciplinary Mathematics Scholarships; Programme Structure

InterMaths students follow the mobility path sketched below:

Year 1

Semester 1 – A first semester common to all students on Foundations of Applied Mathematics in L’Aquila
Semester 2 – A second semester on Numerical – Modelling Training, either in Hamburg or in Vienna
Year 2

A second year of Interdisciplinary training in one of the five partner universities, devoted to one of our six specialization tracks:

Modelling and Simulation of Infectious Diseases (L’Aquila)
Computational Methods in Biomedical Imaging (Hamburg)
Stochastic Modelling in Neuroscience (Nice)
Cancer Modelling and Simulation (L’Aquila)
Computational Fluid Dynamics in Industry (Vienna)
Decision Making and Applications to Logistics (Barcelona)
These specialization paths have been designed on grounds of the fields of expertise of the five reference groups, often with links with groups in the same institutions from other applied disciplines. Most importantly, they address innovative methodologies and deal with societal challenges in nowadays society, in particular in medicine and in industry.

The mobility paths are assigned to the new cohort students at the beginning of the 2-year period. We try as much as possible to satisfy the students’ preferences.

Fully Funded MSc in Interdisciplinary Mathematics Scholarships – Entry Requirements

Are you eligible?

Application is open to students of any nationality. But before deciding about your eligibility, we need to look through all the required documents.

So, if you want to be taken into consideration for our next intake, first check if you meet the minimum academic requirements, then fill in the on-line application form to submit all the required documents.

Within a month after the deadline, your application will be evaluated along with all the others received, and a selection list will be published – see the links below for details.

Fully Funded MSc in Interdisciplinary Mathematics Scholarships – Academic Requirements

Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Physics, Engineering or other similar field with a very strong mathematical background (BS, BSc, SB, etc. or a degree at the same level of an academic Bachelor’s Degree, e.g. its equivalent from a college, university, or technical school of high standing, or 180 ECTS credits in the European system)
Fully Funded MSc in Interdisciplinary Mathematics Scholarships – Language Requirements

All applicants are required to prove an advanced level of English.
Applicants who have conducted their undergraduate degree or secondary school studies in an English-speaking institution may just provide evidence that English is the medium of instruction in such institutions (even via a self-declaration form).
Fully Funded MSc in Interdisciplinary Mathematics Scholarships – Documents Required

To be submitted as PDF files via the online application tool

Photo
CV
Passport/ID Card
English certificate
Transcript of Records
Course description
2 Reference letters
Intent Letter Other additional documents might be submitted only if closely related to the proposed field of study.
For all the above documents, in case they are not written in English, please upload an official English translation, or a translation provided and signed by the Institution awarding your previous degree.

Fully Funded MSc in Interdisciplinary Mathematics Scholarships

For the next cohort 20 Erasmus Mundus scholarships for NON EU and 8 for EU will be available.

A full scholarship for non EU students includes:

The full tuition fees (9000€/year)
A monthly allowance for living expenses of 1000€/month
Installation fee: 1000€ (lump sum at arrival)
Travel expenses (3000€/year – lump sum)
A health insurance (value 500€/year)
A full scholarship for EU students includes :

The full tuition fees (4000€/year)
A monthly allowance for living expenses of 1000€/month
Travel costs : 1000€/year
A health insurance 500€/year
Consortium Scholarships

The consortium offers scholarships for EU and NON EU candidates applying for the course.
The number (3-4/intake) and amount of scholarships will be fixed according to the fund availability.

It will be distributed according to the candidate CV’s quality and their motivation.
A full scholarship is not given.
We prefer to give partial scholarships to several students instead of full ones to only a few.

The Consortium scholarship may include (one or two of the following, not all):

• Tuition fees (up to 9000€ / year, valid for 2 years).

• Free Health insurance.

• Travels: up to 500€.

• Monthly allocation for living and housing (200-300€/month).

Academic Scholarships

Academic Scholarships are granted to excellent applicants.

These scholarships will cover a part of tuition fees and about 500€ / month for EU students and 850€ / month for non EU students.

Additional scholarships are available depending on the program country and other factors.
For more information and application details, see; http://www.intermaths.eu/erasmus-mundus/apply

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