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Mathematics Scholarships Around the World

By Chloe Lane

Updated March 3, 2021 Updated March 3, 2021

Are you looking to study mathematics but are worried about how much it’s going to cost you? You’ve come to the right place. Take a look at these mathematics scholarships on offer around the world, broken up by country.  

To Study in Europe

Study in Europe


  • Commonwealth Master’s Scholarship: A scholarship from the University of Dundee for applicants from low- and middle-income Commonwealth countries to undertake a full-time master’s program at a UK university. The scholarship covers one-year tuition fees, a monthly stipend, allowances package and travel costs.



To study in North America

Study in North America

The US:


To study in Asia-Pacific

Study in Asia-Pacific


  • Australia Awards for International Students: Successful applicants will receive full tuition fees, return air travel and contribution to living expenses from one of the participating universities in Australia. Applicants must be applying to study a masters level program and come from one of the participating countries. 

New Zealand:


To study anywhere in the world:


  • After College STEM Inclusion Scholarship: This scholarship is worth US$500. It is open to US students who have a minimum GPA of 3.0, are from an unrepresented group (whether this is race, ethnic background, disability sexual orientation, age, social economic status or nationality) and are currently enrolled in a degree in a STEM course.
  • Joint Japan World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program: For students who are undertaking master’s level programs in development related topics (including applied mathematics) at a Japanese university, USA university or African university. Applicants must be a member of a World Bank member developing country to apply.
  • AIWA Lucy Kasparian Aharonian Scholarship: This scholarship is open to mathematics students of Armenian descent studying in any university around the world. Applicants may be postgraduates or undergraduates.

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This article was originally published in July 2020 . It was last updated in March 2021

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A Content Writer for, Chloe has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Reading and grew up in Leicestershire, UK. She enjoys writing articles about a wide range of topics for a student audience. 

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