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Graduiertenschule IMPRS

Information about the International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS).

International Max Planck Research School on Moduli Spaces

The International Max Planck Research School on Moduli Spaces (IMPRS) is the graduate program of the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in Bonn (MPIM) jointly offered with the University of Bonn. It is part of the Bonn International Graduate School in Mathematics (BIGS-Mathematics). The IMPRS is sponsored by the Max Planck Society.

Application for the IMPRS Moduli Spaces

The MPIM has a joint PhD program with Bonn University, the International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) on Moduli Spaces. Below you will find more information on how to apply for it.

The MPIM does not have an undergraduate or master's level program. Students who wish to pursue their studies in Germany at a pre-doctoral level should contact a German university. For instance, consider the Mathematics Department at Bonn University, which has close connections to the MPIM.

IMPRS Working Areas

The topics studied in the IMPRS Moduli Spaces include ...

Financial and other support for IMPRS students

A few scholarships are available. Ph.D. students receive a scholarship which is free of tax and social insurance; health insurance is mandatory and must be paid by the student. The administration of the institute can help to find a suitable health insurance. The monthly allowance is basically 1365,- Euro, depending on family status. Additionally there is a lump-sum payment of 103,- Euro for material expenses.

IMPRS Courses

The IMPRS Moduli Spaces includes a broad range of courses, which take place at Bonn University or the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics.

IMPRS Board Members

Members of the IMPRS scientific board

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