The new application campaign for the 2015-17 Edition of ALGANT Master will be launched in November 2014. New rules and admission requirements will be available soon in the "Applying" section

Established in 2004, the ALGANT consortium now consists of ten research and educational establishments on four continents, namely the universities of Bordeaux (France), Duisburg-Essen (Germany), Leiden (Netherlands), Milano (Italy), Concordia (Montréal, Canada), Padova (Italy), Paris-Sud (France), Regensburg (Germany), Stellenbosch (South Africa) and the Chennai Mathematical Institute (India).

In collaboration with the Centre de Recherches Mathématiques, the Institut des Sciences Mathématiques in Montréal, African Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Cape Town, the consortium offers a two-year world-class integrated master course and a joint doctorate program in pure mathematics, with a strong emphasis on Algebra, Geometry and Number Theory. Both programs have received the Erasmus Mundus label.

The ALGANT master has been launched in 2004 and the ALGANT-DOC joint doctorate enrolled its first doctoral candidates in 2010, see ALGANT Master and ALGANT Doctorate.

ALGANT master theses

Defense and graduation photos

ALGANT alumni

Ongoing Ph.D. projects

Associate organizations and sponsors


Programme Erasmus

This master is part of the Erasmus Mundus program of the European Union. See this page for information on Erasmus Mundus masters in general. See also the Study in Europe portal.

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