Courses are given in English and students will be spending their 2 years in at least two of the five European universities that made up the MathMods Consortium:
- University of L’Aquila, Italy
- Autonomous University of Barcelona, Catalonia
- University of Hamburg, Germany
- Gdansk University of Technology, Poland
- University of Nice – Sophia Antipolis, France.
Applicants must have obtained a recognized Bachelor’s Degree (BS, BSc, SB, etc.) – or a degree at the same level of an academic 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 one of the following (or equivalent) fields:
- Applied Mathematics
- Mathematics with a good background in Physics
- Physics with a good background in Mathematics
- Engineering with a large background in Mathematics and Physics.
Students in their final year of undergraduate study may be admitted on condition that their Bachelor’s degree is awarded before the enrolment on MathMods MSc. The accomplishment of the Bachelor’s studies must be documented no later than 15 August 2011.
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All applicants whose native language is not English are required to prove a satisfactory level of spoken and written English, certified by:
- TOEFL: minimum 550 for PBT / 213 for CBT / 80 for IBT. You may send the TOEFL certificate simply as a photocopy or you may send it directly through ETS. Use these data when adding us as a new score recipient: Code number: 3676, Institution: University of L’Aquila.
- IELTS: 6.0 points
- CPE: Grades A, B, C
- CAE: Grades A, B
- or equivalent to the above.
The test must have been taken within the four years immediately preceding the requested semester of admission and be valid at the time of enrolment.
If applicants don’t have an English certificate by the deadline, we may also accept a temporary certificate by the Director/Coordinator of the Bachelor’s Degree study programme (or an academic in that group) stating that the applicant is so fluent in English that s/he can understand and discuss high level scientific topics. If possible, the letter should be signed either by a native English speaker academic full Professor or by an academic full Professor in English language (with full contacts included). Then, if you are selected, you will have to send an official certificate (see the list above) no later than 15 August 2011.
Scholarship Application Deadline: 31 January 2011