Bézout Excellence Scholarship Program, 2022, France

Publish Date: Jun 09, 2022

Deadline: Jul 01, 2022

Bézout Excellence Scholarship Program for Mathematics & Computer in France Without IELTS 2023 is open for International Students, Domestic Students . The scholarship allows Masters, Research level programm(s) in the field of Mathematics, Computer Science taught at Labex Bézout.
The Bézout excellence program combines courses, given either in English or in French, from two existing master’s programs in mathematics and computer science (second year, a.k.a. “M2”). Each admitted student is enrolled in one track of one of these master’s programs; interdisciplinarity is ensured by the fact that each student has to succeed in one or two courses from the other master. This offers the opportunity to acquire sought-after skills in both mathematics and computer science, which can be used in academia or industry.
In particular, a mathematics and computer science track, common to both master’s programs, is specifically devoted to the interfaces between mathematics and computer science; all courses of this track are taught in English. As this track is already interdisciplinary, the students who choose this track do not have to follow any additional course (as an exception to the previous paragraph).  However, the other tracks of the mathematics and computer science master’s programs are also open to the Bézout scholars.

Degree Level
Bézout Excellence Scholarship Program for Mathematics & Computer in France Without IELTS 2023 is available to undertake Masters, Research level programs at Labex Bézout.

Scholarship Benefits
Each scholar will receive around 1300 €/month during 11 months (this support cannot be combined with any other financial help).  The program will pay the university registration fees for all the Bézout master’s students enrolled in this scholarship program, who will only have to pay a mandatory 90 € (approx.) yearly fee for CVEC (contribution for life campus).

Eligibility Criteria
This one-year program is open to students who have completed a bachelor’s degree in mathematics or computer science and have passed the first year of a master’s or PhD program.  Women are particularly encouraged to apply.

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