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Stanford University opportunity for young mathematicians

Fri, 20/03/2015
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Exceptional young mathematicians are invited to apply for a place on an exciting summer school organised by Stanford University in California.

The Stanford SPARC scheme is a two-week summer programme for exceptionally gifted secondary school mathematicians which encourages young people to develop their talents inside and outside the classroom.

All classes, accommodation and activities are free, and some scholarships are available towards the cost of travel.

The programme will be held at UC Berkeley, California, from August 4-16. There will be about 30 students and about 10 instructors.

Secondary school students aged over 14 from any country are eligible to apply. Attendance is free for all admitted
students, and travel scholarships are available.
SPARC is for highly-gifted mathematicians who want to challenge themselves at the highest level.
Click here for more information or visit the SPARC website here