We invite your Higher Education Institution to participate
in 2019 Open International Internet-Olympiads in Mathematics!
The Open International Internet-Olympiads for Higher Education Students (the OIIO Project) is an international multidisciplinary online academic contest. It is a wide-scale assessment of student learning outcomes based on extensive use of the Internet and computer technologies.
The OIIO project has been implemented since 2008; over 338 300 students representing 1064 higher education institutions from 20 countries have taken part in the Internet-Olympiads since the launching of the project.
In 2019 the Open International Internet-Olympiad in Mathematics will be organized for undergraduate students of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd year of studies. There will be four rounds.
Results of the Open International Internet-Olympiad (OIIO) for higher education students will be available relating the following areas of higher education:
- Humanities and Law;
- Forest Management and Agriculture;
- Technics and Technologies;
- Economics and Management;
- Specialized (in-depth study of corresponding disciplines).
The First Round (institutional) is a selection round and is held online in higher education institutions (HEIs) in February-March 2019. HEIs can choose the date for conducting the Internet-Olympiad within the stipulated time frame. The HEI is fully relied on in conducting this round.
The Second Round (regional) is conducted in April 2019 simultaneously in the form of online computer testing in a number of selected (‘basic’) HEIs located in the participating countries.
The Third Round (International) of the Internet-Olympiad in Mathematics is held off-line in May 2019: participants submit detailed, well-grounded answers to the Olympiad tasks.
The Super Final of the Internet-Olympiad in Mathematics is held in Israel in October 2019.
Registration of HEIs-participants is open till 1 February 2019 at
Participation in the Internet-Olympiads 2019 in Maths is free of charge for students from the Baltic States with costs being covered by the grant of the “National Fund for Support of Innovations in Education”.
The working languages of the OllO-2019 are English and Russian.
Development of the Olympiad Movement at the international level will contribute to the scientific enhancement and mutual cultural enrichment of our countries, furthering interaction among research schools, professional communities, and higher education institutions at the national, regional and global levels.
We are looking forward to seeing your students among participants and winners of the 2019 Open International Internet-Olympiads!
More information on the OIIO project is available at