Summer School in Mathematics

Summer School in Mathematics

Course dates:
6 June, 2016 to 10 June, 2016
EUR 120 - 170
Fee advantages:
Fee reduction
Engineering & Sciences
Application deadline:
Tuesday, 31 May, 2016
Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Budapest
Budapest, Hungary

General information

If you are an undergraduate or graduate student in Mathematics or Computer Science or Sciences or some related program, and want to broaden your knowledge in Discrete Mathematics (Algebraic Methods, Combinatorial Optimization, Discrete Geometry, Graph Theory, Rigidity Theory), then you are at the right place.

The mathematics education at a university level has a long tradition in Hungary. Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) has leading mathematicians among its former students and professors. Frigyes Riesz, Lipót Fejér, John von Neumann, Pál Turán, the legendary Pál Erdős, Endre Szemerédi (Abel Prize winner in 2012) are all ELTE alumni. And so is László Lovász, winner of the Kyoto Prize (2010), Gödel Prize (2001), Wolf Prize (1999) and Fulkerson Prize (1982, 2012), who is based here as professor of mathematics.

If you want to get a first-hand experience of mathematics at ELTE, visit the summer school where you can meet our current teachers. The mini courses we offer highlight areas of discrete mathematics in which the Institute of Mathematics has a traditionally strong record. The goal of the courses is to introduce students to current directions in research that are accessible at undergraduate and graduate level.



Accommodation is not included in the course fee, but we can help you arrange it.



The fee for participation in the Summer School is EUR 120 if payed by 30 April 2016, and EUR 170 afterwards.

The fee covers printed course material, refreshments. 

Online registration and payment of the fee will be closed on 31 May 2016.


ECTS accreditation

The lecturers will hand out exercises during their minicourses. For participants solving these exercises, we will issue certificates worth 3 ECTS credits. If this is useful for you, please check the requirements of your university to accept these, as some universities require the registration of the course beforehand.


Contact information

Postal address:
Institute of Mathematics
Eötvös University
Pázmány Péter sétány 1/C
Budapest, Hungary 1117

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