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Labex Bézout has offered mobility grants

    • Labex Bézout has offered mobility grants
    Price : Free
    Date : April 7, 2021
    Location : University of Paris-Est

    Every year since 2012, the Labex Bézout has offered  mobility grants  to exceptional students who wish to study at the master’s level at the University of Paris-Est in an integrated program combining mathematics and computer science : the “  Bézout excellence program”  . For 2021-2022, thanks to the Bézout Labex and the SFRI GP-DS program, we are able to expand the program and offer up to  ten scholarships.

    The Bézout excellence program combines courses, taught in English or French , from two existing master’s programs in  mathematics  and  computer science  (second year , known as “M2”). Each admitted student is enrolled in a track of one of these master’s programs; interdisciplinarity is ensured by the fact that each student must pass one or two courses of the other master. This provides the opportunity to acquire  sought-  after math and computer skills , which can be used in  academia or industry  .

    In particular, a new  mathematics and computer science course  , common to the two masters, is specifically devoted to the interfaces between mathematics and computer science ; all courses on this track are taught in english. As this track is already interdisciplinary, students who choose this track do not have to take any additional course (as an exception to the previous paragraph). However, the other fields of mathematics and computer science masters are also open to Bézout scholarship holders.

    In the French academic system , year M2 is the last year of schooling. The first two weeks are devoted to an intensive set of French lessons , for non- French speaking students . Subsequently, most of the year is devoted to courses at the research level. Finally, an introduction to research (3 to 4 months in a research laboratory) is offered, which constitutes an introduction to doctoral work before starting a thesis. Under normal circumstances, each Bézout scholarship holder will do their research initiation in one of the Labex Bézout laboratories.

    Target audience and practical aspects

    This one-year program is open to students who have completed a bachelor’s degree in mathematics or computer science and have successfully completed the first year of a master’s or doctoral program. Women are particularly encouraged to apply. informs you that Each scholarship holder will receive approximately 1300 € / month for 11 months (this aid cannot be combined with any other financial aid). The program will pay the university registration fee for all Bézout master’s students enrolled in this scholarship program, who will only have to pay a mandatory annual fee of € 90 (approximately) for CVEC (lifetime contribution campus ).

    See also  practical information on the academic environment  .

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