10 April 2018




(Partially Funded)


Masters Programme in Mathematics at The University of Verona (Italy)

-The University of Verona (Italy) offers a two year (120 ECTS) Masters Programme (Laurea Magistrale) in Mathematics taught in English, designed according to the standards of ECMI (European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry). It is one of the six Masters taught in English at the University of Verona.

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-The Program has a strong international flavour, with many classes held by international visiting faculty. It offers courses in pure and applied mathematics, with a special attention to financial mathematics and applications of mathematics in other sciences. –The approach is interdisciplinary and involves researchers from physics, computer science, life and health science, economics.
-There is also an exchange program with the Master’s Program in Mathematics of the University of Trento, allowing students to attend courses offered by that university, and there are bilateral agreements with several European universities inside the Erasmus program.
-Students having completed the Master’s program will be able to work in banks and industry, to collaborate with other scientists in interdisciplinary research teams, or to enrol in a PhD program (for instance the Joint PhD Program in Mathematics by the Universities of Trento and Verona).
-There is also the possibility to follow a profile in foundations and teaching of mathematics (partially taught in Italian) that prepares for high school teaching.
-Target students have a Laurea Triennale or an equivalent foreign degree (Bachelor), with a strong basic training in Mathematics.
*Specializations for studying on this opportunity:

-Physics & Math

Required Languages


Eligible Countries


Program Period

 2 years.

Eligibility Requirements (Criteria)

Candidates must meet the following requirement to be admitted to the evaluation process:

  • Bachelor’s degree (minimum) or foreign equivalent.
  • A foreign academic degree is considered suitable if its curriculum includes at least the knowledge and skills in the academic disciplines specified in the table of admission requirements and evaluation criteria (Appendix 1A).
  • The degree is considered suitable if it can be seen, by analysing the course of studies, that the programme provides the curricular education and necessary skills to admit the applicant to the specific Master’s programme.
  • Students who are near the completion of their degree may also apply as long as they will graduate from 1st
    October 2018.

Opportunity Cost

(Partially Funded)

The tuition fees depend on the student’s financial situation. The highest rate applies if the student’s family has a yearly income exceeding € 55,000.00. The most updated exact amounts can be found at this webpage (partially in Italian) of the University of Verona.
*Under the University of Verona’s initiatives for internationalisation, students of non-European Union citizenship can opt for a tuition fee of € 1,000 per year, for the legal duration of their degree programme, without needing to submit any documentation proving their financial situation. Students who choose this option:

  • must have been admitted to their chosen degree programme through a qualification gained abroad;
  • must have residency (and their family too) in a non-EU country;
  • may still apply for a regional scholarship;
  • may not apply for a university fees reduction or exemption.

How to Apply

First Step: Pre-enrollment: Prospective students interested in the Master’s Program in Mathematics must provide the following documents:

  • Curriculum vitae
  • Transcripts: certificate of exams with programs of the courses and grades achieved, issued by the foreign academic authority. No validation is required. No translation is needed if in the following languages: English, Italian, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Russian, Romanian
  • Statement of Purpose: a short text in English (max. 2 pages) motivating the applicant’s interest in the Program

In order to apply please fill in the online form

Second Step: Enrollment: Once the pre-enrollment application is accepted: basically, the prospective student will need to visit as soon as possible the nearest Italian Embassy/Consulate to get the following documents:

  • Declaration of Value (“Dichiarazione di Valore in loco”), issued on condition that the applicant has at least 12 years of pre-university education and holds a university degree requiring at least 3 years of attendance.
  • A certificate issued by the foreign University, with Apostille stamp or translated and validated by the Italian Embassy/Consulate, with details of courses taken during the Bachelor and grades. This document must be in English or Italian.
  • A Study Visa: a temporary residence permit which is needed to be admitted to Italy.

*The first two documents can be substituted with the Diploma Supplement to your Bachelor Degree, provided the foreign University belongs to the European Higher Education Area.

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This Scholarship Published by:
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