The University of Oslo, in particular, the Department of Mathematics is happy to confirm that the 63rd International Mathematical Olympiad will be hosted in Oslo 6th - 16th July 2022.


IMO in Norway is a collaboration between the Ministry of Education and The University of Oslo.
 

The International Mathematical Olympiad is a contest for high school students, and each country can send up to 6 participants.

It was first held in Romania in 1959, and has since then been held every year except in 1980. IMO 2020 and 2021 were purely digital events.

Recent IMOs:
2018 Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
2019 Bath, England, United Kingdom.
2020 St. Petersburgh, Russian Federation.
2021 St. Petersburgh, Russian Federation.

You can read more about IMO on Wikipedia
and look at historic results on the official IMO site.

Oslo is the capital of Norway, and its biggest city. Oslo has more than 600 000 inhabitants, surrounded by a metropolitan area with about a million people. More than half of the municipality of Oslo is covered by forests and parks, and the Oslo fjord extends all the way to the city centre. The city is the oldest of the Scandinavian capitals, and its history goes back 1000 years. On a day around town you can experience museums, world-class food, quiet moments in the forest and a refreshing dip in the fjord. You can walk through charming neighbourhoods or stroll among cutting edge architecture by the exceptional harbour promenade.

 

Images © Visit Oslo

Contact info for IMO 2022

For questions about IMO 2022 and participation,
please contact:

imo2022@math.uio.no

For questions about sponsorship and event management,
please contact:

imo@macsimum.no