2015-16 AIMS Scholarship for Masters’ in Mathematical Sciences – Study in Cameroon, Ghana, Senegal, SA and Tanzania
Deadline: March 23, 2015
The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Next Einstein Initiative is accepting applications for the 2015-16 AIMS Masters Course. The AIMS Structured Master’s Programme is not a typical university programme. Taught by top international and local lecturers, the programme is supported throughout by tutors who work closely with the lecturers and students. The programme material is purposefully broad, allowing students to learn about a wide spectrum of mathematical topics and their applications before focusing on a specialised topic for their research project.
AIMS is looking for the most talented and motivated students from across the African continent, recognising that grades are not always a good indication of potential. They provide scholarships to all students, ensuring that an inability to pay is not a barrier to enrolling on the AIMS Masters program.
For the 2015-16 academic year, AIMS will offer courses at AIMS Cameroon, AIMS Ghana, AIMS Senegal, AIMS South Africa and AIMS Tanzania . All applications will be submitted to the AIMS-Next Einstein Initiative (NEI) which is the coordinating body for the network of AIMS centers. One single application is sufficient to be considered for admission.
- The programme is currently open to students of African nationality.
- Applicants should hold, or anticipate completing by the start date of the AIMS programme, a four-year university degree in mathematics (or corresponding), or any science or engineering subject with substantial mathematics component.
- An applicant’s record should demonstrate strong aptitude in mathematics.
- Each applicant will be required to provide the names and contact information of two referees, who we will contact on behalf of the applicant. Note that it is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that the referees do submit their references. Applications are not complete and will not be considered unless both referees have submitted their reports.
- An applicant must have a valid e-mail address to start the application process.
- Applications are considered incomplete until ALL relevant academic transcripts and certificates have been received, scanned as .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .txt, .pdf, .doc, .docx.
- Please note that the application will be completed in different sections namely; Personal information, Education and Employment, Personal Traits, References, and Socio Economic Status. We suggest you prepare and have ready all of your material ahead of time by downloading and reviewing the PDF application form here.
For more information, visit AIMS Scholarship for Masters’ in Mathematical Sciences.