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AIMS and Canada link up for training and mobility

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences has arranged with partners in Canada for visiting lecturers to teach at AIMS centres and for travel bursaries for AIMS students.

Ten universities in Canada are part of the Atlantic Association for Research in the Mathematical Sciences network, which signed the agreement with AIMS on 21 January in Toronto.

Canadian researchers will help teach masters courses at an AIMS centre for three-week blocks. The agreement also provides for a maximum of five positions a year for AIMS students and graduates in a Canada-based summer school programme worth CA$10,000 (US$7,000) to the students. 

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