Bonn International Graduate School of Mathematics
The University of Bonn is known for its excellent teaching and research record in mathematics. National rankings recommend Bonn as the best place in Germany to study mathematics.
Many talented young people come to Bonn to study mathematics for a bachelor, master or a PhD degree. It is the place of choice for winners of mathematics competitions or for students supported by the prestigious "Studienstiftung", which awards scholarhips to less than one per cent of the best students at German universities. — No other department in Germany attracts as many students from this group.
For PhD students, education through research at the highest level is the driving force of our efforts. Lecture courses at a high academic level, seminars on advanced level, guest lecturers from all over the world, summer and winter schools, and workshops on recent developments, create a challenging scientific atmosphere.
If you are interested in applying for admission to the Ph.D. or Pre-Ph.D. program of the Bonn International Graduate School of Mathematics we kindly ask you to read carefully the following information about the required documents.
The next deadline will be 15 May 2019 for admission in October 2019. The application page will open in early March. The next deadline after that will be 15 December 2019 for admission in May or October 2020.
If you hold a M.Sc. degree (or equivalent) or are expected to complete your degree prior to the beginning of your prospective Ph.D. studies, you may be awarded a Hausdorff doctoral position. These positions are awarded for a period of three years. They amount to appr. 1600 EUR/month (TV/L 13 75%) and include health and social insurance.
If you hold an M.Sc. degree, but do not feel prepared to start research for a thesis immediately, you may apply for a Qualifying scholarship for the duration of one year.
This award carry a monthly stipend of 800,00 EUR. During this period you may follow advanced courses in our English language Master Programme. After successful completion of the preparatory phase a transfer to the regular Ph.D. programme is intended. The deadlines for the one-year scholarship is the same as for the Ph.D. program: 15 December or 15 May , respectively. The two-year scholarship has the same deadline as the MSc program: 15 January or 15 May, respectively.
To advance opportunities for female researchers in mathematics, it is intended to award at least 40 percent of the available scholarships to women, and preference will be given to suitably qualified female candidates, all other considerations being equal. Women are strongly encouraged to apply.
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