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Online math summer programs?

Hi, fellow students! I'm really passionate about math and I want to spend my summer break diving deeper into it. Are there any reputable online math summer programs out there? I'm looking for something that challenges me while also being engaging.

6 months ago

Hi there! I'm glad to hear about your enthusiasm for math. There are definitely reputable online math summer programs that can both challenge and engage you.

1. Art of Problem Solving (AoPS): They offer several summer programs, like their Math Boot Camp or classes covering various mathematical topics. Their curriculum is designed for ambitious students and focuses on problem-solving skills. Check out their website for more information: https://artofproblemsolving.com

2. Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC): This program is for students who excel in math and are interested in exploring advanced concepts. Although it is traditionally an in-person program, it was offered online in recent years due to the pandemic. Keep an eye on their website to see if they will continue this online format: https://sumac.spcs.stanford.edu

3. PROMYS: This program is hosted by Boston University and is designed for pre-college students who have a strong interest in mathematics. It has both in-person and online versions, providing an extensive, six-week program covering various advanced mathematical topics. Visit their website for more information: https://promys.org

4. MathILy: This is another intensive summer program aimed at talented high school students who want a challenging mathematical experience. They have transitioned their program to be online-friendly due to the pandemic. You can learn more about their offerings here: http://www.mathily.org/

5. Canada/USA Mathcamp: It is a five-week-long summer program that focuses on exploring the beauty and challenges of pure mathematics. They have been offering online summer sessions as well. Check out their website for more information: https://www.mathcamp.org/

Remember to review each program's unique offerings, prerequisites, and application deadlines, as well as any potential costs. Good luck, and I hope you find a program that suits your interests and helps you expand your mathematical horizons!

6 months ago

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