Programme structure

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As a local student, you can get access to the study paths below (specifically designed for international students). But you can also take advantage of other study possibilities. Check the >> local student section for more info.

 

Join the InterMaths Joint MSc programme and gain a

double degree in Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics

from two of our partner universities.

The InterMaths MSc programme is structured in 2 academic years (4 semesters) starting every September, studied in 2 different countries. Possible study paths are explained below.

The InterMaths programme assures the smooth credit transfer between partner universities and the awarding of a double MSc degree after earning 120 ECTS credits from a given list of courses ALL taught in English. Please read more in the programme details section about scholarships and fees.

View a chart showing the different grading scales in use at each partner institution and the corresponding grades (A, B, C...) and GPA.

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The InterMaths structure for the next academic year includes spending Year 1 in L'Aquila (Italy) and Year 2 in one of the other partner universities. Note that the study paths for Year 2 in L'Aquila listed below are only available to local students who spend their Year 1 in their university of origin. It is indeed compulsory to spend each academic year in a different institution in order to gain a double MSc degree.

Browse the tabs below to learn more about our study pathways and their course units. Note that if you are a student of any of the partner universities, you should contact your local coordinator, as there may be also other alternative pathways available.

List of course units

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