Mathematics competitions

Romania's team win four medals at the European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad

The Romanian girls' mathematics team won one gold medal, two silver medals and one bronze medal at the 8th edition of the European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad (EGMO), which takes place in Kiev, between 7 and 13 April, a release of the National Education Ministry (MEN) sent to AGERPRES on Friday informs.

President Iohannis attends opening of International Mathematical Olympiad in Cluj-Napoca

Mathematics and subjects of the Science category are essential in the curricular construction, even during early education, President Klaus Iohannis stated on Sunday, at the opening of the 59th edition of the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO).

American University in Bulgaria Will Host the 24th International Mathemtics Competition

American University in Bulgaria will host the 24th International Mathematics Competition for university students. The event will take place in Blagoevgrad from the 1st to the 6th of August. Students from 150 international universities will participate in the competition, reported 24 Chasa Newspaper.

Bulgaria Places First at Balkan Mathematical Olympiad

Bulgarian students won four gold medals and two silver ones at the 34th Balkan Mathematical Olympiad, which has taken place in Ohrid, Macedonia, BNR reported.

In the team rankings, Bulgaria won the first place with 226 points from a maximum of 240 possible.

The Bulgarian tem was followed by the team of Serbia (208 points) and Romania (182 points).

Suceava: Four medals for Belgrade's young astrophysicists

SUCEAVA, BELGRADE - Students of the Mathematical High School in Belgrade won four medals and one honorable mention at the International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics (IOAA) in Suceava, Romania.

Five high school students representing Serbia at the 8th IOAA, held from August 1 to 11, won a total of one gold, one silver and two bronze medals.

Serbian mathematicians win five medals at Pleven Olympiad

PLEVEN - The Serbian team at the 31st Balkan Mathematical Olympiad in Pleven, Bulgaria, has won three gold and two bronze medals.

Zarko Randjelovic from the Svetozar Markovic Grammar School in Nis and Ivan Tanasijevic and Dusan Drobnjak from the Mathematical Grammar School in Belgrade scored maximum points, winning gold medals.