20 Fully-funded MSc Scholarships in Mathematical Engineering at 5 EU Universities, 2017
The MSc course is offered by a consortium of five universities in Europe, coordinated by the:
- University of L’Aquila in Italy (UAQ) and involving other four leading institutions in Europe:
- Autonomous University of Barcelona in Catalonia (UAB),
- University of Hamburg in Germany (UHH),
- Gdansk University of Technology in Poland (GUT),
- University of Nice – Sophia Antipolis in France (UNSA)
Nationality: Scholarships open for Students from any country around the world.
Fund: Fully Funded
Type: Postgraduate degree – This scholarship is available for pursuing joint or double master’s degrees.
Study Subject (s): Selected applicants will join a European MSc in mathematical modelling for engineering (MathMods).
Scholarship Award: These scholarships amount to a maximum of EUR 47,000.00 to cover the two-year expenses (administrative costs, tuition, health insurance, accommodation, travel costs…).
Application Deadline: January 22, 2017
Scholarships are granted to the most talented applicants who will be full-time students enrolled on the MathMods MSc course, according to the evaluation made by the Consortium Committee.
Applicants must have obtained a recognized Bachelor’s Degree (BS, BSc, SB, etc.) in the European system in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Physics, Engineering with
a large background in Mathematics. All applicants whose native language is not English are required to prove a satisfactory level of spoken and written English, certified by TOEFL (550 points), IELTS (6.0 points) or equivalent.
Scholarships open for Students from any country around the world
20 full scholarships (offered through the Erasmus Mundus programme) are available to take part in an international Joint MSc in Mathematical Modelling (“MathMods”).
MathMods is a two-year program which can be taken within University of L’Aquila in Italy (UAQ), Autonomous University of Barcelona in Catalonia (UAB), University of Hamburg in Germany (UHH), Gdansk University of Technology in Poland (GUT) and University of Nice – Sophia Antipolis in France (UNSA).
What makes MathMods so special is its peculiar mobility scheme, that is the fact that our students will be spending their graduate years in two or even three different European countries. You’ll be indeed studying in central Italy for your first semester, then move to Germany for the second term, and finally move again to 1 of our 5 partners for your second year, based on the mobility path you’ll be assigned.
How to Apply:
The mode of applying is online.