The EUR project MINT  and the CIMI Labex are offering each year some fundings for master students (French or foreign students can all apply).
Deadline for application: Sunday 29th of January 2021.
More info on this page.


If you are from a non European country in the following list,  in order to apply for a French diploma you have to pass through the interview system of Campus France BEFORE THE END OF MARCH 2021 : depending on your nationality and whether you are already studying in Europe, the precise procedure varies, check this webpage on the site of Campus France.

(Algeria, Argentina, Benin, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Burundi Cameroon, Chile, China, Colombia, Comoros, the Republic of the Congo, South Korea, Ivory Coast, Egypt, United States, Gabon, Guinea, Haïti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mali, Morocco, Mauritius, Mauritania, Mexico, Nigeria, Peru, Senegal, Democratic Republic of Congo, Russia, Senegal, Singapore, Taiwan, Tchad, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey and Vietnam)

Our Master appears currently in the Campus France system as « Master professionnel Sciences, technologies, santé mention mathématiques et applications parcours Recherche et Innovation » in Toulouse Université Paul Sabatier.

For French students (or from European Union), you should check the inscription page of Université Paul Sabatier and fill the pre-inscription form.
This does not concern students from Toulouse already enrolled in M1 ESR.

LIST OF COURSES  2021/2022


A1. Complex analytic and differential geometry (V. Guedj) Syllabus A1

A2. Hyperbolic manifolds (J.-P. Otal) Syllabus A2

A3. Introduction to algebraic geometry (T. Dedieu) Syllabus A3

A4. Elliptic PDEs and evolution problems (J. Fehrenbach et J. Royer).  Syllabus A4

A5. Convex Analysis / Optimisation and applications. (C. Dossal et P. MaréchalSyllabus A5

A6. Discretization of PDEs* :

A7. Convergence of probability measures, functional limit theorems and applications. (R. Chhaibi) Syllabus A7

A8.  Stochastic calculus. (P. Maillard) Syllabus A8

A9.  Asymptotic statistics and modeling. (P. Berthet)  Syllabus A9 


B1. Positive cones in Kähler geometry (H. Guenancia) Syllabus B1

B2. Some topics in conformal geometry (Y. Ge) Syllabus B2

B3. Hamilton-Jacobi equations for biology (S. MirrahimiSyllabus B3

B4. Hyperbolic initial boundary value problems and numerical schemes (J.-F. Coulombel) Syllabus B4

B5. Learning. (J. M. Loubes, B. Laurent-Bonneau) Syllabus B5

B6. Lévy Processes (L. Huang) Syllabus B6


C1. Toric Varieties, after Fulton (S. Lamy, Y. Genzmer) Syllabus C1

C2. PDEs and applications. (P. Cantin, G. Faye, S. Le Coz) Syllabus C2

C3. Probability and statistics in quantum mechanics and quantum mechanics for probabilists and statisticians (T. Benoist & C. Pellegrini) Syllabus C3

* This course will be composed of two mandatory courses