Math Olympiad Program

The Math Olympiad Program (MOP) is an advanced problem solving program designed to help prepare talented high school mathematicians for the International Mathematical Olympiad. Candidates require an invitation in order to participate:

  1. Students qualify for MOP through the MISE Problem Solving Tournament (Solve-A-Thon)
  2. As a rule, the top 12 scorers nationwide are invited. Additionally students in Grade 7 and 8 who missed the competitive cut-off score may be invited to constitute a Junior Program.
  3. To be eligible, candidates must be 16 years or younger by 31st December, 2018 and in Grade 7-10 or equivalent.

It is important to emphasize that success in the program will require problem solving at a higher level than is usually required in most schools.

Apply Now by filling out the online registration form here.

Recent faculty and visiting guest speakers have included leading international mathematicians such as- Prof. Mark Saul-Director, American Math Competitions, Prof. Moon Duchin-Harvard University, Prof. David Savitt- Harvard University, Pius Onah- Africa’s first IMO medalists/Cambridge University, Timothy Chu- USAMO Winner/MIT, Sefa Adzo Yakpo- GHAMO Winner/MIT, Brian Basham- MIT/Google and Yao Ohene- Harvard.