Graduates are awarded Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and Grenoble Institute of Technology certificates.
The programme is open to students having a degree in Mathematics or Applied Mathematics. Applicants take an interview with the programme coordinator. Online interview option is available for foreigners.
Length of study is two years. Students do Advanced Combinatorics at MIPT for the first two semesters and spend the third and fourth semesters at France’s Grenoble Institute of Technology where they take lecture courses on Operations Research, Combinatorics and Optimization and then work on their thesis research projects.
The programme is taught in English both in Russia and France. But French language studies are part of the programme. Tuition fee is 350,000 roubles a year (some $5,800). Application deadline is 20 September 2017.