The 4th Imperial College Mathematics Competition

The Imperial College Mathematics Competition aims to be a undergraduate-level mathematics competition for all undergrads in the UK and some beyond. Each year we run a two-round individual competition, which includes 6 problems over 3 hours in Round One. The top 50 competitors in round one are invited to participate in Round Two, which features 4 harder problems over 3 hours. Over the past three years we have seen over 400 students from over 10 universities compete.

Round One

Round Two

Top 50 contestants qualify from Round One.


Unfortunately, registration has closed. We hope to see you next year!

Deadline: Friday 18 December, 23:59 (GMT Time)

Before registering, please make sure you are eligible to compete below. After filling in the form, you will receive more information about the event as the competition date approaches.


To be eligible for the competition, you must be an undergraduate or master's student who has completed less than four years of university education. Additionally, your university must be based within the UK or appear on the following list:

This list will expand each year to include more universities within Europe. If you are a student at a European university not on the list, you are more than welcome to send us an email and we'll see what we can do.


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