Tailored Opportunities: Graduate Research Assistantships in Developing Countries in Mathematics


The aim of this opportunity is to fund the most talented students as graduate research assistants to forester the growth of a Mathematics community. Funding for the GRAs will be covered by voluntary donations from Mathematicians or Mathematical institutions worldwide.


PhD and Masters Students in developing country in Mathematics together with the principal investigator (PI) and international partner. The PI should hold PhD and live and work in a University or research center in a developing country and who is already training mathematics Master’s or PhD students, and who part of a research group. The international partner should be a mathematician working in a University or research Center not based in any of the developing countries. One team can apply for up to 3 graduate research assistantships.


The application should be made in team that consists of the principal investigator and his/her research group and the international partner. https://www.mathunion.org/cdc/scholarships/graduate-scholarships/graid-program/application-process


The stipend per graduate research assistant (GRA) will be around USD 3,500/year and can vary based on the local cost of living for 4 years for PhD and 1 year for masters.


The deadline for the application is March 15th, 2019

For detail information about the call please visit this link: https://www.mathunion.org/cdc/scholarships/graduate-scholarships/graduate-assistantships-developing-countries

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Author: African Academic/Researcher

Science and Research by Africans for Africa

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