The Fully Funded AIMS Masters Scholarship in South Africa is open for Africans to pursue master’s degrees in mathematical sciences. The Program runs over three semesters. The requisite skills phase of the AIMS course builds a standard core set of problem-solving skills: estimation, computation, approximation, modeling, data analysis, and statistics. The elective review phase allows students to apply these skills in some of the most exciting areas of science.
Fully Funded AIMS Masters Scholarship In South Africa 2024
The January intake of the Fully Funded AIMS Masters Scholarship in South Africa is open to students following the South African academic calendar (January to December). Preference will be given to South African nationals. Applicants should hold, or anticipate completing by the start date of the AIMS course, a 4-year university degree in mathematics, or any science or engineering subject with a significant mathematics component. An applicant’s record should demonstrate a strong aptitude in mathematics. The course overview lists the courses which form part of this program. More general information on the Structured Master’s program can be found on the course page.
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For the Fully Funded AIMS Masters Scholarship in South Africa, No registration fees are required for the candidates selected for the Master’s degree. Full scholarships covering tuition, accommodation, meals, and travel expenses are also awarded to successful applicants.
- Classes are taught by renowned African and international teachers and supported by a team of resident tutors.
- Students and teachers cohabit in a permanent learning environment.
- A highly interactive teaching environment where students are encouraged to learn together through questions and discoveries.
- An emphasis on computing with 24-hour access to computer rooms and the Internet.
- A Pan-African student body made up of at least 30% women.
- AIMS graduates embark on outstanding graduate programs and professional careers in Africa and around the world.
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