The Graduate Institute of International Studies was co-founded in by two scholar—diplomats working for the League of Nations Secretariat: It was agreed that in exchange for training staff and delegates, the Institute would receive intellectual resources and diplomatic expertise guest lecturers, etc. According to its statutes, the Graduate Institute was "an institution intended to provide students of all nations the means of undertaking and pursuing international studies, most notably of a historic, judicial, economic, political and social nature. Indeed, it is said that William Rappard had observed, ironically, that the two men to whom the Institute owed its greatest debt were Mussolini and Hitler.
Preparing the Application The statement of purpose for graduate applications is carefully weighted by the admissions committee. The applicant's statement should convince the committee that he or she is able to communicate effectively and with a deep understanding of mathematics.
It is not intended to be a biographical sketch or a reflection on one's decision to enter the field. Three letters of recommendation are required. Letter writers should be faculty or others qualified to evaluate the applicant's potential for graduate study in mathematics.
The letters must be submitted online and by the application deadline. Applicants should include any research papers, publications, and other original works they would like to have evaluated by the admissions committee.
Applicants should check on the ETS website for test dates in their area to insure the scores will be submitted before the application deadline. While the admissions committee reviews all applications submitted before the deadline, missing math subject test scores provide one less data point available to evaluate the application.
Depending on the applicant pool and the strength of the application materials, the missing subject test scores may put the application at a disadvantage. The Graduate School requires applicants to upload an electronic copy of undergraduate transcripts.
Hard copies of official transcripts are not required at the time of application.
PhD Program in Pure Mathematics The department does not grant a terminal Master's degree, but the Master's can be obtained "on the way" to the PhD by fulfilling certain course and language exam requirements. In general, there is no transfer status application to the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences or to the Department of Mathematics.
No formal credit is given for an MSc or MA earned elsewhere. All applicants are considered to be applying as first year graduate students. The only difference Master's study may make is to better prepare students for the Qualifying Exam. All graduate students are admitted to begin their studies in the fall term.
The department plans on an entering class of about twelve students. Since the admissions committee receives in excess of two hundred applications, the competition is keen. Funding Graduate Study Applicants are urged to apply for all funding available to them. If no outside funding is available to the applicant, financial aid in the form of scholarships, research assistantships, and teaching fellowships is available.
In general, students who do not have outside support will get scholarship support in their first year, but students are required to act as a teaching fellow for one half course i. The department strongly recommends applicants to seek out and apply for all sources of financing available to them for graduate study.
International students may apply for the Fullbright IIE or any home country fellowships available for study abroad. A list of courses offered by the Mathematics department can be found here. School of Engineering and Applied Sciences http:Global Presence, International Perspective.
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