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International students and guests

Bonn is an attractive destination for international students and guest researchers.

International programs
  • The international Master's program in mathematics
  • The PhD program of the Bonn international graduate school in mathematics (BIGS)
  • Guest research stays (Trimester programs) at the Hausdorff Research Institute for Mathematics (HIM)
  • Guest research stays at the mathematical institutes and/or HCM (please contact individual professors)
  • Guest research stays at the Max-Planck-Institute for Mathematics
Living in Bonn

Bonn, the former German capital, has about 300,000 inhabitants. It is situated beautifully on the Rhine. The university, the UN Campus Bonn and a number of major companies make the city of Bonn an international center. Read More...

Administrative support

We are dedicated to support our international visitors in preparing their arrival and finding appropriate housing and by suppling the best conditions for their mathematical activities. Read More...

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