What is it?
This is a 3-day competition happening within the delightful Sinarmas World Academy (SWA), Jakarta. It is a Qualifying round to be a part of the Senior Finals of the World Mathematics Championships® 2019. Participants engage in our 9 different types of rounds within 6 skills categories.
Who may enter?
This is aimed towards those in Grade 12 and below in school.
When is it?
October, opening welcome starts at 5pm, until Sunday 20th
October, Gala Celebration ends ~9pm.The Senior Finals this season will be in Trinity College, University of Melbourne provisionally between Sunday 15th (morning) to Friday 20th December 2019 (morning)**.
**dates to be confirmedWhat about accommodation?
- Residential camping in SWA (inflatable mattress and sleeping bags are provided#). This will be in a block of en suite dorm rooms, each floor allocated to a specific gender with one staff room. This option is limited to a maximum of 80 people.
- Local 3* accommodation. There are 3 options within 1.5km of SWA that are recommended.
When deciding the most suitable option, consider this teacher adjudicator feedback from last year:
"When we arrived in Jakarta my students would have chosen to sleep in a hotel if I'd given them a choice. But by the end of the residential camping experience I know that they would all choose the camp over the hotel! The evenings were a pleasure spending time playing games and making conversation with students from their school and from other schools. They competed together and relaxed together. It felt like a complete experience where everyone, staff included, were all in it together.
Following the success last year, this is a CAS initiative in conjunction with SWA. All participants and adjudicators alike will receive them in their welcome pack to use during the residential camp. They are then welcome to donate them to be shared with the Indonesian Red Cross Society
for distribution in Disaster stricken areas.
What do participants get?
Lots of intangible rewards! And also...
An attainment transcript containing the percentile ranks in each round and skill attribute, as well as a descriptor of their demonstrated strengths.
Medals are awarded to the better performing participants in each of the 6 skills categories.
Those who excel best in all 9 rounds are also issued with a Golden Ticket invite to the Senior Finals 2019.
The programme for the competition will be linked here soon.
How much does it cost?
USD 400 per student participant and USD 250 per adult adjudicator. Payment to be made through bank transfer, automated invoices contain payment details in USD as well as INR.
How to register?
A participating adult adjudicator clicks on the link above and registers up to 5 teams of 3 participants.
There must be at least 1 adult adjudicator supervising every 3 teams registered. If you would like to register more than 5 teams, please contact us.
Registration into this competition is confirmed only when the full fees have been received AND all participant particulars are complete in the form.
Payments are non-refundable, although some may be possible if replacements are found before the closing deadline.