Programme details

Administrative fees and participation costs

The student will have to pay the InterMaths Consortium:

  • EUR 400 as administrative fees, to be paid in two installments:
    • EUR 200 (initial fee) due by May 31, 2019;
    • EUR 200 due by August 2020.
  • EUR 2,750 per semester (i.e. 4 installments for a total of EUR 11,000) as participation costs, which include any compulsory administrative/operational cost related to the participation of the student in the InterMaths Programme: tuition fees, library, laboratory, examinations, etc. Participation costs do not include accommodation costs, health/travel insurance, living costs, travelling costs, the cost of equipment or books or the sports centres.

Fee waiver for the 2019 cohort

For the 2019 cohort selected students will benefit from fee waiver for the participation costs. Therefore, selected students shall only pay administrative fees, as detailed above.

The InterMaths Consortium will cover student's participation costs through the use of grants received by local authorities, public bodies and private corporations.


Local grants

For the 2019 intake selected students may benefit from local grants available in the partner universities. Detailed information about how to apply and what such grants may cover, will be emailed to applicants when the selection is complete.

During the second year of the InterMaths programme students will be working on their Master thesis, possibly co-tutored by two researchers, one for each of the two institutions involved in their degree programme. The thesis will be written in English.
The thesis defense will take place according to the teaching regulations of both the academic institutions involved.

Read more: Master's degrees awarding

Any activity (lectures, seminars, exams, laboratories, thesis) of the InterMaths programme (for both first and second year) will be conducted in English. To this purpose all enrolled students are required to prove an adequate (upper-intermediate, B2, IELTS 5-6.5, TOEFL iBT 87-109) level of both spoken and written English.

Read more: Language policy

The InterMaths students are required to earn 120 ETCS credits (30 per semester, i.e. 60 per year) to graduate.

Student's performance is documented through the national grading system in force at each partner institution. The transfer and recognition of grades from one institution to another follows the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) and is based on the The Bologna Process and the European Higher Education Area.

Read more: Credit transfer policy

Already enrolled at one of our partner universities?

Great! That makes you a local student and you can apply easier. We have an internal agreement for local students (= already enrolled at one of the partner university) that allows students easier application process and more flexible programme structure.

Read more: Local students