7 scholarships for studying Master degree in France- Bézout Labex
The Bézout Labex has developed a unique cross-disciplinary International Master’s Program which combines computer science and mathematics: the “Bézout Excellence Track”. This Master’s program offers students the opportunity to acquire sought-after skills in both disciplines that can be used in academia or industry.
APPLICATIONS WILL OPEN ON APRIL 1, 2016 AND CLOSE ON MAY 31, 2016
This one-year program is open to students from foreign academic institutions who have completed a bachelor’s degree in mathematics or computing sciences as well as the first year of a Master’s or PhD program. The best students will be invited to join the PhD program of the Doctoral School MSTIC (Mathematics, Sciences and Information and Communication Technology) of Université Paris-Est. A joint supervision with the student’s national doctoral framework, leading to both PhD grades, is possible.
With courses both in English and French, the Bézout Excellence Track mainly focuses on:
1. Image processing using stochastic methods and compressed sensing.
2. Computing sciences and biology (algorithms, graphs, applications to health domain).
3. Discrete geometry and applications to conception and design.
4. Applied mathematics and mathematical finance.
There are 7 scholarships available for Master’s degree students. Each grants consists of around 1200 euros/month during 10 months.
PhDs might then benefit from fellowships thanks to the Doctoral Research Network in Mathematics for Ile-de-France Region.
Please gather the following documents in a single PDF file :
a curriculum vitae,
the degree certificate and a copy of significant end-of-term reports,
a cover letter presenting the motivation and the professional goals of the applicant,
a recommendation letter from a Professor from the applicant’s home institution (with the rank and the number of students if not on the degree certificate),
APPLICATIONS WILL OPEN ON APRIL 1 2016 AND CLOSE ON MAY 31 2016
- Bachelor’s degree in mathematics or computing sciences + 1st year of a Master’s or PhD program
Languages : English expected, French desirable
The list of selected applicants will be made public in June.