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International Summer School of Mathematics for Young Students

August 23-30, 2014

Lyon, France


Modern Mathematics -

International Summer School for Students

July 2-12, 2013

After Bremen 2011 and Lyon 2012, the International Summer School for Students offers once again ten days of intense learning and interaction with some of the world's leading mathematicians.

  • For talented students in their last two years of high school or in their first two years at university
  • Open to international students from all countries
  • The language of the school is English.
  • The program features plenary talks and mini-courses by leading international mathematicians
  • Students and instructors live on the park-like campus with ample opportunities for informal interaction
  • Hosted by Jacobs University in the Northern German city of Bremen
  • First round application deadline: March 20
  • Second round application deadline: April 15.
  • To apply, please use the electronic application system. Before applying, please read the applicant information carefully

A more detailed summary of the goals and experiences from the first International Summer School for Students can be found in this opinion piece by Étienne Ghys and Sergei Tabachnikov which appeared in the March 2012 issue of the Notices of the American Mathematical Society.


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