The 60th International Mathematical Olympiad will be held in Bath, United Kingdom in July 2019. During this period we will receive the most talented young students from more than 100 countries around the world, who will come together to solve challenging mathematical problems in a friendly competition.
Hosted by Ministry of Education of United Kingdom in partnership with the United Kingdom Mathematical Society and the Cluj District School Department. the IMO 2019 will be held jointly with the International Congress of Mathematicians ICM 2019, an initiative that aims to disseminate mathematical and scientific knowledge throughout society.
60th International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) 2019
The aims of the IMO are:
- to discover, encourage and challenge mathematically gifted young people in all countries;
- to foster friendly international relationships among mathematicians of all countries;
- to create an opportunity for the exchange of information on school syllabuses and practices throughout the world;
- to promote mathematics generally.
Schedule for 60th IMO 2019 is given below.
|Last day for online confirmation of participation by countries||15 Feb 2019|
|Last day to request a paper official invitation to be posted to your country or territory||01 Apr 2019|
|International Mathematical Olympiad Training Camp (IMOTC) for Junior batch students will be held at HBCSE||17 Apr – 15 May 2019|
|Last day for receipt of problem proposals||23 Apr 2019|
|Last day for online registration of leaders, deputy leaders, observers, the number of contestants and arrival day for leaders and observers||23 Apr 2019|
|International Mathematical Olympiad Training Camp (IMOTC) for Senior batch students will be held at HBCSE||27 Apr – 15 May 2019|
|Last day for full payment of the charges for single rooms and observers in a cleared funds||20 May 2019|
|Last day for online registration of contestants||31 May 2019|
|Last day for online registration of all travel details||15 June 2019|
|60th IMO Exam held from||2nd week of July 2019|
A Country’s Contestants should normally be citizens or residents of that Country and should be selected through that Country’s national Mathematical Olympiad or equivalent selection programme. Contestants must have been born less than twenty years before 1 July in the year of participation at the IMO. Contestants must have been normally enrolled in fulltime primary or secondary education on or after 1 December in the year prior to the IMO, or, in the case of home-schooled students, must not have received a high-school diploma (or equivalent), and must be working toward such a credential on 1 December.
Each invited Country wishing to participate in an IMO must confirm their participation online (www.imo-official.org/registration) using the username and password provided by the Host Organisation, no later than the date specified in the Annual Regulations. This also confirms that the Leader agrees to abide by the General Regulations and the Annual Regulations for that IMO. Participants, Observers, and their travel details must be registered by the dates specified in the Annual Regulations.
Apply Online: Click here to registered for leaders of national teams only, for 60th IMO 2019.
Official Website: www.imo2019.uk
Leaders and Deputy Leaders are responsible for the conduct of the Contestants, and for the avoidance of doubt, the Leaders and Deputy Leaders are acting in loco parentis for their Contestants except where the Host Organisation has been notified in writing that an Observer has been nominated to act in loco parentis.
A country or territory that has not participated in any of the three previous IMOs may be invited to send a team, or to send an Observer with a view to sending a team to the following IMO, with the approval of the IMO Board and the Host Countries for the following two IMO.
The contest element of an IMO (the “Contest”) takes place on two consecutive days specified in the Annual Regulations, neither of which should normally be a Friday, Saturday or Sunday, under the direction of the Chief Invigilator appointed by the Host Organisation. On each day of the Contest, the examination starts in the morning and lasts for four and a half hours. Each of the two examination papers consists of three problems.
Each Contestant may receive the problems in one or two languages, previously requested on the registration form, provided that the Jury has approved the relevant translation.
Each Contestant must work independently and submit solutions in his/her own language. The solutions must be written on answer forms provided by the Host Organisation. Contestants must write on only one side of each answer form.
The only instruments permitted in the Contest are writing and drawing instruments, such as rulers and compasses. In particular, books, papers, tables, calculators, protractors, computers and communication devices are not allowed into the examination room.
The “Jury” consists of all Leaders, together with a Chair. A Leader may be replaced by his/her Deputy Leader in an emergency (subject to the prior approval and consent of the Chair of the Jury). Members of the IMO Board who are not already members of the Jury, members of the Problem Selection Committee and the Coordinators (as defined in clause 7 below) may also attend meetings of the Jury as observers. Observers may attend meetings of the Jury only with the permission of the Chair of the Jury, but are not entitled to speak or vote. However, they may exceptionally speak at the explicit request of the Chair of the Jury. Deputy Leaders may attend, as observers, meetings of the Jury held after the Contest.
However, if such communication becomes necessary because of an emergency, the Host Organisation must provide proper assistance. Similarly, Contestants, Deputy Leaders and Observers B and C are barred from contacting Leaders and Observers A during the same period of time. Information about arrivals, delays and similar messages are to be directed exclusively to the published IMO office and may be forwarded by the office to the Leaders upon request.
The total number of prizes (first, second and third) must be approved by the Jury and should not normally exceed half the total number of Contestants. The numbers of first, second and third prizes must be approximately in the ratio 1:2:3.
Special prizes may be awarded for solutions considered outstanding by the Jury. Proposals for such special prizes are put forward by the Chief Coordinator appointed by the Host Organisation.
The prizes will be awarded at the Closing Ceremony. Each Contestant who will not receive a first, second or third prize receives a Certificate of Honourable Mention if he/she will receive seven points for the solution of at least one problem.
Each Participant and Observer receives a Certificate of Participation.
Entire Agreement and Understanding
The Participants and Observers acknowledge that these Regulations, and the documents referred to herein, constitute the full agreement and understanding of their parties and supersede any previous discussions or representations made by or on the behalf of the Host Organisation in respect of an IMO.
In these Regulations, “force majeure” means any cause preventing the Host Organisation from performing any or all of its obligations that arises from or is attributable to acts, events, omissions or accidents beyond the reasonable control of the party so prevented, including without limitation strikes, lock-outs or other industrial disputes (whether involving the workforce of the party so prevented or of any other party), act of God, war, riot, civil commotion, malicious damage, compliance with any law or governmental order, rule, regulation or direction, accident, breakdown of plant or machinery, earthquake, typhoon, fire, flood, storm, or default of suppliers or sub-contractors.
If the Host Organisation is prevented from or delayed in performing any of its obligations to the Participants and Observers under these Regulations by force majeure, it has no liability in respect of the performance of those obligations affected by the force majeure events, both during the continuation of such events and for such time after they cease as is necessary for the Host Organisation to recommence its affected operations in order for it to perform its obligations.
Click here for IMO 2018 Regulations
For complete information regarding 60th IMO 2018 check Official website.
60th IMO 2019 Result
Cumulative results by year, Cumulative results by country & Ranking of countries will be published on the official website. Candidates who has given the 59th IMO Exam can check their result on the official website.
Previous Years’ IMO Result
58th IMO 2017 Result
Cumulative results by year, Cumulative results by country & Ranking of countries has been published on the official website. Candidates who have given the 58th IMO Exam can check their result on the official website. The direct links to check the same has also been provided below.
Check 59th IMO Result
- Click Here to check the Ranking of Countries
- Click Here to check the Cumulative results by year
- Click Here to check the Cumulative results by country
57th IMO Result 2016
Result for the 57th IMO is being announced countrywide and candidates who appeared in the International Maths Olympiad can check their Result on the official website of IMO. Alternatively, the direct links to check the Country wise, Individual Result has been provided below.
Check IMO 57th Result here
- Click Here to check the Country wise Result
- Click Here to check the Individual Result
- Click Here to check the 57th IMO Statistics
- Click Here to check the 57th IMO Problems
Candidates can check the solutions of the respective IMO from the links provided below.
Those who are participating with IMO can be checked question papers from here.