European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad

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The European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad is a mathematical olympiad for girls which started in 2012. It is similar to, and was inspired by, the China Girls Mathematical Olympiad.[1] [2]

EGMO 2012[edit]

The first EGMO took place in April 2012 at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge and was run by the United Kingdom Mathematical Trust. Nineteen countries took part: Belgium, Bulgaria, Finland, Hungary, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Latvia, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, the United Kingdom and the United States of America.[3]

There were two four-and-a-half hour examinations, which were held at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences.[1]

EGMO 2013[edit]

The second EGMO took place in April 2013 in Luxembourg and was run by the Association des Mathématiciens du Luxembourg in cooperation with the Lycée Aline Mayrisch. 22 countries took part.

EGMO 2014[edit]

The third EGMO was held in April 2014 in Antalya, organized by TÜBİTAK. 29 countries took part.[4][5]

EGMO 2015[edit]

The fourth EGMO was held in April 2015 in Minsk. 30 teams took part.[6]

EGMO 2016[edit]

The fifth EGMO was held in April 2016 in Bușteni. 39 teams took part.[7]

EGMO 2017[edit]

The sixth EGMO was held in April 2017 in Zürich. 44 teams took part.[8]

EGMO 2018[edit]

The seventh EGMO was held in April 2018 in Florence.[9]

EGMO 2019[edit]

The eighth EGMO will be held in 2019 in Kiev.[10]

EGMO 2020[edit]

The ninth EGMO will be held in 2020 in the Netherlands.[11]

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