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*[Once again, some advertising on behalf of my department, following on a similar announcement in the previous three years.]*

*The program of study leads to a Masters degree in Mathematics in four years.*

*[Once again, some advertising on behalf of my department, following on a similar announcement in the previous two years.]*

*The program of study leads to a Masters degree in Mathematics in four years.*

*[Some advertising on behalf of my department. The inaugural 2009 scholarship was announced on this blog last year. – T.]*

The UCLA Math Undergraduate Merit Scholarship provides for full tuition, and a room and board allowance for 4 years. In addition, scholarship recipients follow an individualized accelerated program of study, as determined after consultation with UCLA faculty. *[For instance, this year’s scholarship recipient is currently taking my graduate real analysis class – T.] *The program of study leads to a Masters degree in Mathematics in four years.

*[A little bit of advertising on behalf of my maths dept. Unfortunately funding for this scholarship was secured only very recently, so the application deadline is extremely near, which is why I am publicising it here, in case someone here may know of a suitable applicant. - T.]*

UCLA Mathematics has launched a new scholarship to be granted to an entering freshman who has an exceptional background and promise in mathematics. The UCLA Math Undergraduate Merit Scholarship provides for full tuition, and a room and board allowance. To be considered for fall 2010, candidates must apply on or before November 30, 2009. Details and online application for the scholarship are available here.

### Eligibility Requirements:

- 12th grader applying to UCLA for admission in Fall of 2010.
- Outstanding academic record and standardized test scores.
- Evidence of exceptional background and promise in mathematics, such as: placing in the top 25% in the U.S.A. Mathematics Olympiad (USAMO) or comparable (International Mathematics Olympiad level) performance on a similar national competition.
- Strong preference will be given to International Mathematics Olympiad medalists.

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