MathMods Scholarships worth 48,000 EUR

Sponsor: MathMods Consortium & EACEA

Submission Deadline

January 31

Field(s) of Study

Physics, Mathematics and Engineering

Award Amount

48000


Description

Scholarships worth 48,000 euros to attend a European joint MSc in Mathematical Engineering. MathMods is a two-year joint Master of Science (MSc) programme (120 ECTS) between 5 European universities, which aims to provide students with a cross cultural education while they get acquainted with both theory and applications of mathematical modelling in engineering. Several scholarships are offered by the European Commission to both non- European and European students. These scholarships amount to a maximum of EUR 48,000.00 to cover the two-year expenses and are granted to the most promising applicants. CONSORTIUM The MathMods Consortium is coordinated by the - University of L'Aquila in Italy (UAQ) and involves other four leading institutions in Europe: - Autonomous University of Barcelona in Catalonia (UAB), - Gdansk University of Technology in Poland (GUT), - University of Hamburg in Germany (UHH), - University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis in France (UNS).

Other Criteria

Applicants must have obtained a recognized Bachelor's Degree (BS, BSc, SB, etc.) – or a degree at the level of a Bachelor's Degree, for instance its equivalent from a college, university, or technical school of high standing, or 180 ECTS credits 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.

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More Award Details

Number of Awards10
Host InstitutionUniversity of L'Aquila, Italy
Includes
Nationality RequiredUnrestricted
Host CountriesSpain, Poland, Italy, Germany and France