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ICTI CMU-Portugal Ph.D. Fellowship in Applied Mathematics, Carnegie, Mellon University October 15, 2009

Posted by Hosoi in Fellowships and Graduate School Opportunities.
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Another unusual opportunity for students applying for grad school:

CTI CMU-Portugal Ph.D. Fellowship in Applied Mathematics, Carnegie
Mellon University

The ICTI Ph.D. Program in Applied Mathematics offers courses of studies in Applied Analysis and in Probability, Stochastic Analysis and their Applications. The students attending the program will study both at Carnegie Mellon University and at one of the Mathematics Departments of three partner Portuguese institutions: Mathematics Department of Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), Mathematics Department of the College of Sciences of the Universidade de Lisboa (FCUL), Mathematics Department of the College of Sciences and Technology of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (FCTUNL).

Graduate students in the program are fully funded by the Portuguese Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia and the ICTI. Ph.D. graduates of the program will earn two doctoral degrees, one from Carnegie Mellon University and the other from one of the Portuguese partners listed above. Interested students should visit http://icti.math.cmu.edu Interested applicants should follow the common graduate student application process (http://www.math.cmu.edu/graduate/admissions.html) for the Department of Mathematical Sciences, but make a special note of interest in this fellowship. Review of applications will begin on January 15, 2010, and will continue till the positions are filled.

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1. Balemlay - January 1, 2010

Dear Sir/ madam

Can any international student apply for this position?
And what is the media of instruction? Is it in english?


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