Apply: Sophie Germain Master’s Scholarships for Foreign Students
Apply now for Sophie Germain Master’s Scholarships for Foreign Students to study in Germany. The Mathematics Foundation Jacques Hadamard (FMJH) is offering scholarships for a period of one or two year(s) in support of the Masters studies «Mathematics and applications».
The Sophie Germain Scholarships are intended for students who want to enrol in one of the programs of this master. A jury selects the laureates applying the criteria defined by the Scientific Council of the FMJH, the main selection criterion being excellence.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Mathematics Foundation Jacques Hadamard (FMJH)
Scholarship Type: Fully Funded Scholarship
Host Institution(s): Mathematics Foundation Jacques Hadamard (FMJH)
Scholarship Worth: Varies
Number of Awards: Not specified
Study Level: Postgraduate (Masters)
Nationality: International Students
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Sophie Germain Master’s Scholarships | Eligibility Information
The Sophie Germain Master’s Scholarship Program aims to encourage young talents to orientate themselves towards research in mathematics, applicants are asked to give careful attention to the writing of their motivation letter in their file.
How to Apply: To start application for the Sophie Germain Master’s Scholarships, please proceed to the online application form and further information on the 2021 call for application.
Each academic year, two calls are successively launched for the upcoming year:
- First call: Runs from October to January 31st and concerns generally overseas students (outside of Europe) for whom it is necessary to engage in applying for visa (All information on Campus France)
- Second call: Runs from February to May 1st and concerns more generally EU citizens (Espace Schengen) and the overseas students who already have a residence permit in France valid for the whole academic year.
- All applications will be considered: The above priorities are only recommendations. Every application will be evaluated impartially, regardless of the geographic origin of the applicant.