This residential course is held at the University of Manchester in the School of Mathematics and is aimed at the strong Year 12, lower sixth, student who is studying A-Level Mathematics and who enjoys the investigative and creative side of study.
Students from around the UK get together to work on advanced Maths problems supported by Mathematicians from the University. The event lasts two days with plenty of chance to meet current Maths students, lecturers and have some fun.
Making Maths at Manchester will not take place in 2016 but will be back in July 2017.
We apologise for any disappointment this may cause.
Making Maths @ Manchester is a two-day event for strong year 12 Maths students. Schools and colleges can send up to three students - it is not essential that they are studying Further Maths.
Please find below details of the 2015 programme:
Students work in teams on challenging maths problems with the guidance of mathematicians and PhD maths students. Once the teams have come up with some insight into the problems they will present their findings to other students. The best presentations will earn prizes!
Students will sleep in halls of residence on the Monday night and there will be social activities including a trip to the Trafford Centre. The cost is £70 and this covers all meals, refreshments, accommodation, etc. For those coming a long distance there is the option to arrive on Sunday and stay in halls on Sunday night at extra cost.
Please download the brochure, application form and further information below. The closing date for applications is 31st May but places are strictly limited.
Check out the photos from a previous event on Flickr!