The International Mathematical Union is pleased to announce the IMU/CDC Graduate Research Assistantships in Developing Countries (GRAID) Program 2019.
The program is open to graduate, Ph.D., and Master students of emerging research groups working in a developing country listed in Priority 1 or 2 of the IMU CDC Definition of Developing Countries.
Students will receive full-time study and a monthly stipend for a Master or Ph.D. A bachelor’s degree in mathematics and he will be supported extra by adding his research to an international mathematician.
- Applications Deadline: March 15, 2019
- Course Level: The scholarship is open for graduate, Ph.D., and Master program.
- Study Subject: The scholarship will be awarded in the field of mathematics.
- Scholarship Award: The amount of the stipend per graduate research assistant should not exceed USD 3,500 per year.
- The exact amount will be decided by the GRAID Committee on a case-by-case basis depending on the local cost of living. One Team can apply for up to 3 graduate research assistantships.
- The following costs can be covered by the stipend:
- Accommodation expenses of the graduate research assistant
- Basic living expenses
- Nationality: Developing countries are eligible to apply.
- Number of Scholarships: Not Known
- Scholarship can be taken in Germany
Eligibility for the Scholarship:
To be eligible, the applicants must be following all the given criteria:
- Eligible Countries: Scholarships are available to students from Developing
- Entrance Requirements: The Program provides research assistantships to graduate – Ph.D. and Master – students of emerging research groups working in a developing country listed in Priority 1 or 2 of the IMU CDC Definition of Developing Countries.
The following documents have to be uploaded during the application process:
- A short CV of the PI and a short CV of the International Partner,
- A narrative Collaboration Proposal (not to exceed 3 pages) based on the already existing contacts between PI and International Partner. It must contain the following:
- The proposal should describe their professional relationship, the research group the PI hopes to foster, the number of D. and/or Master students they hope to support and a summary of their vision for the training of these students.
- The research plan.
- An itemized budget for the requested support.
- The proposal should be signed by PI and International Partner.
- A reference letter, from the International Partner supporting the application, to be uploaded by the International Partner on receipt of an email requesting him/her to do so.
How to Apply: To apply for the scholarship, the applicants must submit an online application through the given link: https://www.mathprograms.org/db/programs/480