The International Mathematical Olympiad

The International Mathematical Olympiad is the World Championship Mathematics Contest for second level students. Each country is invited to send a team of up to six students to compete in this contest. The competition itself involves tackling very difficult mathematical problems which require a great deal of ingenuity to solve. Participation alone in this competition is regarded as very prestigious. Indeed, many of the world's leading mathematicians are past participants of the IMO.

The 2017 Irish Maths Olympiad team at the IMO in Rio de Janeiro. From left to right: Darragh Glynn, Mark Heavey, Antonia Huang, Mark Fortune, Cillian Doherty, and Anna Mustata.

Policy on Eligibility to Represent Ireland at the IMO

The policy which determines which students are eligible to represent Ireland at the International Mathematical Olympiad can be found here.

The Official Homepage of the IMO

The official homepage of the IMO contains problem listings and statistics on the participation of all countries.

IMO 2018 Romania

The 60th International Mathematical Olympiad will take place in Bath, United Kingdom, from 11 - 22 July 2019.