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Here you'll find news about our applications opening, selection results, events as well as updates from our five partner universities.

19 Mar

Take a look at the photos from the day-trip we had on Saturday 18, 2017, as a way to say goodbye to our MathMods-year1, who are going to leave Italy in a few days to start their Semester-2 in Hamburg.

We visited two towns lying in an area on the border between Lazio, Umbria and Tuscany, at around 3 hours' drive from L'Aquila, both dating back to the Etruscan times:

  1. Civita di Bagnoregio [Viterbo, Lazio], aka the dying/disappearing town
  2. Montepulciano [Siena, Tuscany], which is possibly more world-famous for its wine than for its history :)

Thank you, everyone, for joining us on the trip and we hope to see you soon in Italy!

 

Last modified on Tuesday, 21 March 2017 09:41
28 Feb

Browse the Downloads section and view the 2017 selection list for the awarding of Erasmus Mundus Scholarships (Programme and Partner countries) to join the 2017 edition of the MathMods MSc.

Selection list 2017
Date 2017-03-02 - File size 120.67 KB

  • All the applicants in the main list (students being awarded an Erasmus Mundus scholarship) are going to receive an email on the next couple of days with detailed instructions on what to do to confirm their position.
  • The European Agency (EACEA) may also award additional scholarships to applicants from specific regions of the world (aka "geographical windows"). According to the EACEA rules, the maximum number of such scholarships for the MathMods MSc is 14. That is why some applicants will find in the list an additional sub-ranking relative to each set geographical window. We hope we will receive a scholarship per each geographical window (and two for Iran). However, this cannot be said now: such additional scholarships will indeed be assigned to the MathMods consortium by the end of April only in case of budget availability (and even more than one scholarship per window might be granted to the same programme).
  • All the applicants in the reserve list (waiting list) are obviously eligible for our MSc programme. They may join our programme as self-funding students (more details will be emailed soon) and even be awarded an Erasmus Mundus scholarship if their ranking is relatively high and any of the applicants above them should reject our scholarship. Further information about this, as well as details about the possibility to benefit from reduction of the tuition fees and additional grants, will be emailed on the next days.
  • If your ID number is not in the list, unfortunately this means that you are in the non-selected list. This doesn't necessarily mean that your application was not good enough (by the way, we have received around 1040 applications!), but that it was given a ranking lower than the one given to other applicants before you in the list. In actual fact, the European Agency (EACEA) only allows us to have a relatively limited number of eligible students in the reserve list, mainly because of the fact that the number of scholarships is quite limited and it would be no use to have such a long waiting list.

What if I can't recall my ID number?

Your ID no. can be found:

  • in your online profile
  • in your registration email
  • in your confirmation email

If you don't even remember your login and password, visit the page of the application form. You'll find a link that says "Forgot login?"

Last modified on Friday, 03 March 2017 10:05
15 Jan

The deadline to apply for Erasmus Mundus scholarships is in a week from now, January 22! However, the form will actually be disabled on January 23 at 2 pm (Rome time, GMT +1).

So, make sure you've uploaded all the required documentation and that your referees have submitted their online reference for you, before the form is disabled.

If you have any questions, do let us know!

Last modified on Sunday, 15 January 2017 15:14
23 Dec

A couple of photos from the end-of-year dinner we threw last Wednesday (December 21, 2016) for all our international students from both the MathMods & the InterMaths programmes. 

Many thanks to our special guest, Prof. Paola Inverardi, rector of the University of L'Aquila, who honoured us with her presence!

Happy Holidays, everyone!

Last modified on Friday, 23 December 2016 13:53
15 Dec

A small orchestra presented a lovely mini-concert in our classroom (in Coppito1, L'Aquila) this morning. The event was part of a series of mini-concerts organized by Prof. Fusillo (University of L'Aquila) and Orazio Tuccella (Officina Musicale), and delivered during a few selected quarto d'ora accademico, which is the Italian way to refer to a break we usually have in between classes.

The Skyron Flute Ensemble quartet performed for us today:

  • "Tempesta di mare" by A. Vivaldi
  •  "Pavane" by G. Fauré

 Our thanks to Prof. Di Francesco for having our class included in this event!

Visit our Facebook page to see a few videos recorded by our students.

 

Last modified on Thursday, 15 December 2016 18:03

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Our partners' addresses

University of L'Aquila, Italy (UAQ)

Department of Information Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics, via Vetoio (Coppito), 1 – 67100 L’Aquila (Italy)

Autonomous University of Barcelona, Catalonia - Spain (UAB)

Departament de Matemàtiques, Edifici Cc - Campus UAB 08193 Bellaterra – Catalonia

Gdansk University of Technology, Poland (GUT)

Department of Solid State Physics, G. Narutowicza 11/12, 80-952 Gdansk, Poland

University of Hamburg, Germany (UHH)

Department of Mathematics
Bundesstr. 55 20146 Hamburg - Germany

University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis, France (UNS)

Laboratoire J.A.Dieudonné
Parc Valrose, France-06108 NICE Cedex 2

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