Tutoring at an AIMS center is a great opportunity to meet and work closely with prestigious scientists from around the world.


Tutorship DUTIES

Providing general assistance to the director and the lecturers with the academic programme, for example in assisting with problem-solving classes and computer labs, in providing group and personal tutorial where needed, in assessing students performance on a continuous basis, in preparing additional materials and examples as needed.



At least a Master’s in one of the mathematical sciences; superior teaching ability/skills; excellent interpersonal skills; innovative flair; excellent command of English and/or French; ability to work as  a dedicated member of a team where responsibility is shared.

Computer skills: Linux, SAGE or SciPy.

Knowledge of an additional language, in particular Arabic, would be an advantage.



Applications close when all positions are filled. Applications are to be forwarded by email to tutoring@nexteinstein.org. Applicants should include a motivation letter (indicating which centre(s) they prefer), a CV and a list of two contactable references.

Enquiries can be forwarded to tutoring@nexteinstein.org

AIMS Locations

AIMS NEI Global Secretariat, Rwanda

AIMS Cameroon

AIMS Ghana

AIMS South Africa

AIMS Tanzania

AIMS - NEI Canada

AIMS - NEI Germany


AIMS Senegal