Emory University invites applications for Graduate Fellowships.
The Departments of Mathematics and Computer Science offer M.Sc. and PhD tracks and a variety of possible research specializations. For PhD students in Mathematics, a number of five-year scholarships are available.
Graduate students receive scholarships that cover all tuition expenses, a stipend (minimum 31,000 USD per year), health insurance, and professional development support funds (minimum 2,500 USD) to support travel to conferences. Moreover, several special admissions scholarships are available. More info:
Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing are among the departments’ key focus areas. Our graduate program focuses on numerical linear algebra, partial differential equations, and optimization and their application to computational fluid dynamics, inverse problems, and machine learning. Graduate students are offered excellent research opportunities in these areas and opportunities for interdisciplinary collaborations with leading experts from a variety of disciplines including cardiology, radiology, biostatistics, biomedical engineering, geophysics, and data science. More info:
International students are encouraged to apply, and successful candidates will need to obtain a US visa. More info:
The application deadline for Fall 2019 admission is December 15, 2018. Application instructions and further information can be found at: