Booking Information: please read before registering
This full-day event for Year 12 girls (ages 16-17) studying A-level Mathematics is designed to encourage more girls to study Mathematics at university. The day will include talks giving an accessible insight into some of the areas of maths encountered at university, and interactive problem-solving workshops. The event will give an insight into the challenging, exciting and rewarding mathematics encountered in a undergraduate degree, and will support students to develop their mathematical thinking and confidence in tackling challenging problems.
The day is hosted jointly by the Faculty of Mathematics, University of Cambridge, and the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, with speakers from the Faculty of Mathematics and workshops led by staff from NRICH and Underground Mathematics.
Full details and the programme for the day can be found on the event webpage.
This event is free, but open to school groups only, and places must be pre-booked.
Important information: please read before booking
This registration form is for school groups only. All groups of students must be accompanied by a supervising teacher. A maximum of 10 student places are available per school.
- Teachers: please note that all bookings must be submitted by the school/college. Please do not ask students to register individually.
- Lunch will be provided for students and teachers
- Cancellation policy: thanks to generous philanthropic and in-kind support we are able to offer free places to schools. However, places are limited, and because of the highly interactive nature of the day, late changes to numbers cause significant disruption to the event. If bookings are cancelled after 5pm on Wednesday 19 April, or schools do not attend on the day, we will therefore charge at our discretion a cancellation feeof £20 per cancelled student place.
- The talks and workshops may be filmed or photographed. Photographs and films may be published, transmitted or broadcast in official University of Cambridge publications and in University publicity materials, including University and University-affiliated websites and may be circulated to the press and other broadcast media and Internet websites for publication, transmission or broadcast. If this is problematic please contact us in advance.