How to Study in Germany for Free Tuition – in 7 Steps

Deadline: 26 January 2019
Open to: students who wish to pursue their study in the first and/or in the second year of master in fundamental mathematics and theoretical computer science.
Benefits: a scholarship of 1100 euros per month maximum

Description

The Fondation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris offers to students, selected through an online application process, some scholarships of 1 or 2 years in one of the universities of its network. The laureates will be able to register to the universities of the FSMP network. They will benefit from a range of courses based on the skills of the whole parisian laboratories in mathematical sciences research.
This program is supported in particular by the French Embassies in South Africa and Lesotho, Albania, Austria, Bolivia, Cameroon, Korea, Hungary, Iran, Iceland, Japan, Madagascar, Nigeria, Quebec, Romania and Togo. Ukraine, Sudan, Uruguay and Vietnam; as well as by Paris Sciences Lettres University (PSL), INRIA, and Paris 13 University (LAGA).
The scholarship starts on September,1st 2019. It is mandatory for PGSM laureates to be in Paris on September 1st to benefit from intensive french courses and to complete the administrative procedures.

Eligibility

This scholarship  is available for students who wish to pursue their study in the first and/or in the second year of master in fundamental mathematics and theoretical computer science.
Female student are particularly encouraged to apply. Moreover, during the second call, an additional M2 scholarship in Pure Mathematics, financed by IMJ-PRG, will be awarded to a female student who has completed her M1 in mathematics or prepared “agrégation de mathématiques” in Sorbonne University (Paris 6) or Paris Diderot University (Paris 7).
This program is only available for students who can benefit from the French social coverage for students. Thus, for this call for applications, only applicants born after September, 1st 1992 are able to apply to a M2 scholarship (or October, 1st 1993 for a 2-year scholarship)

Benefits

The laureates PGSM laureates receive a scholarship of 1100 euros per month maximum : 600€/month + 500 €/month for a housing benefit (upon justification only)
The FSMP will take care of finding an accommodation for the laureates in students residence under preferential conditions. Furthermore, the FSMP reimburses each laureate the cost of a return ticket from his/her home country to Paris (one return ticket in economic class per year)
Laureates for M2 studies will receive a scholarship for 10 months (+ 2 months if they want to do a doctorate in France).
Laureates for M1 studies will receive a 12-month scholarship. The extension of the scholarship for a second year is subject to the successful completion of the fist year and the jury’s approval.

How to apply?

For more information please visit the official website.

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11 thoughts on “How to Study in Germany for Free Tuition – in 7 Steps

  1. I want to go to study in Germany
    Because I like Deuscthland people
    and in Deuscchland has a good teacher in world
    I always heard name a professor Karl
    Marks
    Frederikh Engels
    I finished Financial Management
    I want to study this
    masters degree

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