PROMYS: Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists
Please visitл_Quick Facts about PROMYSл_for details of the program.
The student application page is HERE. Please click HERE to be notified when the 2016 application is available.
The counselor application page is HERE
PROMYS offers full and partial need-based financial aid and is dedicated to the principle that no one should be unable to attend for financial reasons.л_ Learn more about Financial Aid
Endowed Breakout Fellowship to PROMYSл_Thanks to the generosity of Breakthrough Prize-winning mathematicians Richard Taylor, Terry Tao, and Jacob Lurie and to PROMYS alum donors, a full scholarship will be offered annually to a mathematically talented student who might not otherwise be able to attend.л_
AMS Epsilon Fund Scholarship With support from theл_American Mathematical Societyл_(AMS), PROMYS will offer a Ky and Yu-Fen Fan Scholarship to a talented high school student in this summer's program.
Tara and Jasubhai Mehta Fellowships in MathematicsFull scholarships to PROMYS for two low-income students from India. Thanks to the generosity of Morph.org and The Indira Foundation, these scholarships cover tuition, room and board, and roundtrip airfare from India. Please click HERE to be notified when the 2016 Mehta Application is available.
Scholarships for Students from Massachusetts Thanks to the generosity of sponsors, merit scholarships of up to $500 will be granted to all PROMYS students who are residents of Massachusetts. л_
HMMT/HMNT Scholarships PROMYS will award two $250 scholarships (to one male and one female first-year PROMYS student) among winners ofл_HMMT or HMNTл_who qualify for the program.
Please click here for student and counselor testimonials
2015 Fellows. Left to right: Shubham Aggarwal (Mehta Fellow), Professor Glenn Stevens, Sabir Shaik (Mehta Fellow), Kushagr Ahuja (Breakout Fellow), and Dr. Henry Cohn
The PROMYS Foundation was delighted to announce in May 2015 that the inaugural Breakout Fellowship to PROMYS had been awarded to Kushagr Mohan Ahuja from India.л_
We are very grateful to Richard Taylor, Terry Tao, Jacob Lurie and the PROMYS alum community for their creation of the fully endowed Breakout Fellowship to PROMYS.л_
Two very talented students were awarded the inaugural Tara and Jasubhai Mehta Fellowships to PROMYS for low-income students from India. The Fellowships cover tuition, room and board, books, and round-trip airfare. Fellowship Finalists were selected from the very strong applicant pool and were interviewed by alums Abhinav Kumar (MIT) and Ila Varma (Princeton).
The Mehta Fellowships to PROMYS were conceived by Nicholas Nash as part of the Ramanujan Projectл_which he leads and which is generously funded by Morph.org and The Indira Foundation. Nicholas Nash is co-chair of Morph.org, a foundation formed "to build social projects to help address the biggest challenges." л_The Ramanujan Project is a scholarship program for exceptionally talented young mathematicians in India.л_
The 2015 Mehta Fellows were Shubham Aggarwal of New Delhi and Sabir Shaik of Andhra Pradesh.
Terence Tao, Richard Taylor, and Jacob Lurie, recipients of the inaugural Breakthrough Prizes in Mathematics, very generously created the Breakout Fellowship to PROMYS. The Breakout Fellowship is a full scholarship to PROMYS for a mathematically talented student who might not otherwise be able to attend. л_
The PROMYS Foundation is delighted to report that the PROMYS community has now fully matched the very generous donation of the Breakthrough mathematicians. Thanks to the generosity and vision of all the donors, the future of the Breakout Fellowships to PROMYS is assured: there will be a Breakout Fellow in every PROMYS cohort from this year on.л_
We are very grateful to Richard Taylor, Terry Tao, Jacob Lurie and the PROMYS alum community for their powerful achievement in making PROMYS accessible to talented young people far into the future.
New dates coming soon
February 7 2017
9th / 10th / 11th / 12th / 9th / 10th / 11th / 12th
February 21 2018
Summer Program / Summer Program
February 7 2017
December 8 2017
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