In order to make this a reality, as well as fomenting high level research education, the MIGS has defined its initial objective as the organization of different intensive courses of preparation, perfection and intensification.
These courses are also of a regular nature and will last at least two weeks. A further aim is to enable the different students involved to attend different courses at the same time, the courses being designed with the idea that they should fulfill this double role.
With the aim that future students of the MIGS (of any other PhD program) with sufficient knowledge to perform at the high level required are able to access the correspondent courses, this first step includes the design of general interest quality courses that can be appropriately incorporated into the PhD programs.
Furthermore, these intensive courses would enable students both national and international to broaden their knowledge and bring it up to date. In this regard, these students would be participating in further PhD studies, whether or not they are related to the MIGS.
For all these courses, student applicants will be selected according to the nature of the course in question.
Researchers from the i-MATH SC are encouraged to present solid proposals that are committed to the indicated criteria and contribute positively to the education of young mathematicians.