InterMaths Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree international awards

Country: Europe;

Deadline: 08.03.2021



Our 2-year Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Programme in Interdisciplinary Mathematics begins every September. If you are interested in joining the forthcoming intake, all you have to do is read the information below and submit your application via our online tool (sorry, but applications submitted via email or post won't be taken into account).

Note that we won't charge you any fee to take part in the application process.

Every year we offer a number of full scholarships through the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Programme (EMJMD) worth 49,000 EUR (maximum). Note that:

To apply for an EMJMD scholarship, you won't need to submit a separate application

By submitting your application before the set deadline for scholarships (1 pm Italy time 8 March 2021), your application will automatically be considered for EMJMD scholarships, too.

If you submit your application after such a deadline (i.e. from 1 pm 8 March to 1 pm 30 April 2021) instead, you'll be applying to join the InterMaths EMJMD as a self-paying student.

Other funding opportunities and reduction on administrative/tuition fees are available in that case, as sketched below

Entry requirements

Are you eligible?

Application is open to students of any nationality. But before deciding about your eligibility, we need to look through all the required documents. So, if you want to be taken into consideration for our next intake, first check if you meet the minimum academic requirements, then fill in our on-line application form to submit all the required documents. Within a month after the deadline, your application will be evaluated along with all the others received, and a selection list will be published on this page - see below for detail.

Academic Requirements

Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Physics, Engineering or other similar field with a very strong mathematical background (BS, BSc, SB, etc. or a degree at the same level of an academic Bachelor's Degree, e.g. its equivalent from a college, university, or technical school of high standing, or 180 ECTS credits in the European system)

Language requirements

All applicants are required to prove an advanced level of English (CEFR B2/C1 level), certified by any of the following tests:

  • IELTS Academic: overall band score of 6.0 or above;
  • TOEFL iBT: overall score of 80 or above;
  • PTE Academic: 56 or above overall;
  • C1 Advanced (formerly known as Cambridge Advanced English): overall score of 169 or above;
  • or equivalent to the above.

Certificates cannot be older than 4 years.
Applicants who have conducted their undergraduate degree or secondary school studies in an English-speaking institution may just provide evidence that English is the medium of instruction in such institutions (even via a self-declaration form).


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