antonioACR1 wrote:I applied to ALGANT too (master) but there's no answer yet, probably I'll be rejected so I'd like to apply to Leiden university independently, do you know if it's possible to do that? I know Leiden belongs to ALGANT so I'm not sure what to do, the deadline for Leiden is April 1 (as far as I know)
longtm1989 wrote:If you log in the website, and click on upload your document, you will see the result.
etzo wrote:longtm1989,are u applying for master or PhD? I 've applied to PhD and got no answer so far,but a mail(6,March) saying:
A new document has been uploaded on your personal page.
The administrative staff
Although,if i log in to the application site i cant access anything...
math_applicant wrote:I received the same response. It means we are on the waitlist for the scholarship and unless someone declines their scholarship we won't be admitted (unless you would like to join the program as self funded).
math_applicant wrote:I'm curious as to whether any of those on the reserve list for the EM scholarship (master's) have heard back yet. I emailed to ask but received no response.
longtm1989 wrote:I have a friend going to Algant master last year. He said it depends on each year. Last year, there were 10 scholarships, 4 for European, and 6 for non-European.
antonioACR1 wrote:longtm1989 wrote:I have a friend going to Algant master last year. He said it depends on each year. Last year, there were 10 scholarships, 4 for European, and 6 for non-European.
that's not good . I guess the only good thing about not having scholarship is that apparently I can still choose any mobility scheme I want, unlike students with scholarship (as far as I know). The committee assigned Leiden University for my first year and Padova for the second, however in the last few days I've been excited about the fact that Paris-Sud university belongs to ALGANT since I was reading a comment from Prof. Bas Edixhoven stating that Paris-Sud is the most prestigious school in aritmetic geometry (makes sense if we consider the number of fields medal winners who are affiliated with Paris-Sud University, including Ngo Bau Chau for example), so I'm starting to think about the possibility of spending my second year in Paris-Sud but I need to make sure how the process works, I think it would be great. Could you tell me what is your mobility scheme and some of your specific areas of interest? where are you planning to go after getting your Master's degree? what are you doing now during these months?
m.taoufiq wrote:Hi guys,
i recieved a kind of admission E-mail from the Pedagogical Secretariat (Master) they assigned me to Bordeaux for the first year, and Padova for the second year, but they said :
Please note that the ALGANT Coordinator has submitted the list of selected students to the European Commission and that you will be contacted to officially confirm your scholarship, only after the notification by the european commission (around mid April 2013). !!!
what do you think ???