The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences - Ghana (AIMS-Ghana) is a pan-African centre of excellence in education and research located at the scenic coastal town of Biriwa in the Central Region. We recruit talented students from all over Africa and prepare them for careers in Mathematical Sciences. Operating as a partnership between African and international universities, AIMS-Ghana provides an innovative and relevant curriculum within a unique 24-hour learning environment.
The AIMS-Ghana Taught Master's programme includes a research project, which makes up a third of the course. AIMS-Ghana is accepting essay topic proposals for the 2015/2016 academic year. The closing date for submission is February 6, 2016.
Biriwa, Ghana - 2 June, 2015
The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Ghana (AIMS-Ghana), a non-profit pan-African network of centres, has launched Mathematics Teacher Training Workshop Series to promote teaching and learning of mathematics, through outreach programmes, at all levels of education in Ghana.
Applications are now open for the joint Research Chair in "Mathematics and its Applications" at AIMS-Ghana, a partnership between the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and AIMS-Ghana.
Are you an excellent young researcher from Africa, an AIMS alumni or graduate from another institution in or outside of Africa? Do you intend to get established in an academic institution in an African country? This might be your opportunity to get your scientific career in Africa started as the next AIMS ARETÉ Junior Chair!
Cape Town, South Africa – 31 October 2014 The Next Einstein Forum (NEF), an African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) initiative in partnership with the Robert Bosch Stiftung, announces the opening of the NEF Fellows Programme which will identify 15 of Africa’s top young scientists, honoring their achievement and contributions to Africa and the world’s development at the premier NEF Global Gathering in October 2015 in Dakar, Senegal.
Ottawa, Ontario (October 1) – The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, or AIMS, arrived on Parliament Hill this week with a stunning update on its Next Einstein Initiative. Though the next prodigy still eludes, with Canada's help AIMS has produced an impressive array of more than 731 graduates from 41 African nations with more than 30 per cent of these scholars being women.
The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Ghana and the Institute of Physics (IOP), U.K, jointly organised the 2014 Entrepreneurship workshop at AIMS-Ghana campus, from 14th -18th July 2014.
Press Release: AIMS ARETÉ Junior Chairs programme launched in collaboration with the AIMS–Next Einstein Initiative and the Robert Bosch Stiftung Bringing back Africa’s own talent – A bright African scientist returns to Africa
The continuous professional growth of AIMS students and alumni remains a top priority for the AIMS network. With generous support from the government of Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC), and within the framework of the AIMS Research for Africa Project, AIMS is pleased to launch the AIMS Small Research Grant Program.