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

For the second year our scientific committee will decide who goes where. In any case, the mobility scheme will always involve two locations at least for each student over the whole programme. The committee will do its best to reach a compromise between the choices made by each student in their application and the need for allocating a balanced number of students to each partner university. We're confident you understand that mobility paths can only be assigned at the beginning of the programme (in any case before the end of the first semester), when all the students from all over the world have actually turned up and been enrolled. It would be indeed useless to assign all the paths and try to match students' preferences during the pre-enrolment phase, when one or more students may still decide at any time to drop out and thus force us to allocate all the rest of the group all over again.

Also, 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.