Submit Applications for MARM Partnership Grants in Africa

Submit Applications for MARM Partnership Grants in Africa

The MARM Partnership Scheme, run by the London Mathematical Society (LMS), awards grants of £4,000 to support partnerships between UK/European and African mathematics departments. Four grants are awarded in total. These will be for a one-year partnership initially, with the possibility of extension for a further year. The project aims to foster sustainable, long-term collaborations between UK/European and African mathematics researchers.

Applications are now invited from prospective partners based in Africa. See further details, including on how to apply, below.

About the scheme

The focus of MARM is on building infrastructure and networking in mathematics in Africa, as well as supporting collaboration between mathematicians in non-African countries with a strong mathematical infrastructure and their African colleagues and students. Its wider aim is to foster long-term collaborative relationships between colleagues in UK/Europe and Africa.

Since 2005, 25 relationships have previously been supported through a MARM project, in Cameroon, Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, Côte d'Ivoire, Kenya, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda. This further initiative aims to build on these successes and to continue to support mathematics in Africa.

Who can apply

We are looking for departments of mathematics in Africa that are interested in developing collaborative partnerships with mathematicians in the UK/Europe. We welcome expressions of interest from those with no prior experience of collaboration with UK or European mathematicians, as well as from those with existing links.

What is expected

  • We will expect a willingness to
    make at least one short visit to the UK/European partner and to host a short visit from the UK/European partner.
  • Applicants should show a commitment to developing sustainable, long-term collaborations which will continue beyond the grant period.


    A report will be requested at the end of each year of the project. Partners will be expected to detail the following:

  • Any visits made during the year; the aims of the visits; activities undertaken as part of the visits; and objectives achieved by the visits, and

  • Any other activities undertaken during the year; the purpose of these activities; and the objectives achieved by these activities.

    Partners will be asked for the following to indicate the success of the collaborations:

  • Evidence of postgraduate supervision;

  • Demonstration of research collaborations between the institutions;

  • Evidence of establishing formal inter-institutional agreements such as crafting of memorandum of understanding;

  • Evidence of any other activities such as joint grant applications, pedagogical training in mathematical sciences.

    How to Apply

    For more information and job application details, see; Submit Applications for MARM Partnership Grants in Africa

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