All-Ukrainian Olympiad of Mathematics for entrants

On April 6, 2019, was held the second intramural round of the All-Ukrainian Olympiad of Mathematics of Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic University for entrants. 520 people registered for the Olympiad. According to the results of the first (extramural) round, 350 entrants were invited to the second. The intramural round was attended by 238 students not only from Kyiv and Kyiv region, but also from all other regions of Ukraine (except Crimea).

This Olympiad was held for the third time and has already become a good tradition, as it precedes the inaugural campaign. The Olympiad is not only an important event for Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic University in vocationally-oriented work with students, but also is the most important event for students, who want to study at our university. It is known, that the winners of the round of the Olympiad, who enter Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic University in 2019, are credited with additional points in the Mathematics and ZNO’s Certificate of Mathematics (the list of specialties for which this provision applies is set out in Appendix 2 to the Conditions for admission to the ZVO in 2019).

Together with the teachers of the Department of Mathematical Analysis and Probability Theory, students of the Faculty of Physics and Mathematics took an active part in conducting the intramural round. The most active of them received thanks from the faculty.

Technical support in conducting the first (correspondence) round of the Olympics was provided by the Educational and Methodical Complex "Institute of Postgraduate Education" of Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic University.

The final results of the full-time round of the Olympiad were announced on April 27, 2019, at the department's website 38 participants scored at least 90% of the maximum, which allows them to earn additional points in the math certificate.

We congratulate the winners and wish them success in the inaugural campaign.

Assistant Professor of the Department of Mathematical Analysis and Probability Theory