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Contests

Euclid Mathematics Contest

Your Euclid Mathematics Contest results will be used in scholarship decisions and may be used in admission decisions.

Why participate in the Euclid Mathematics Contest?

  • To challenge yourself and your problem solving skills.
  • To prepare for university studies.
  • To demonstrate that you have sufficient mathematical background to enter our programs, especially useful in cases where we may be unfamiliar with an education system and unable to assess an applicant's mathematical background.
  • To be eligible for an entrance scholarship.

Register online for the Euclid Mathematics Contest

  • If you're currently attending an Ontario high school, find out about writing the Euclid Mathematics Contest in your school from one of your mathematics teachers.
  • If you're an Ontario high school mathematics teacher, please visit the Euclid Mathematics Contest website for information about registering your students for the contest.

Canadian Computing Competition

It is recommended that applicants to Bioinformatics and Computer Science write the Canadian Computing Competition, though it is not a requirement for admission. The aim of the competition is to provide students with an opportunity to test their ability in designing and understanding algorithms, as well as in programming.

For more information, visit the Canadian Computing Competition website.

Other mathematics contests

There are a number of other mathematics contests that students in junior and senior grades can participate in. The Pascal, Cayley, and Fermat Mathematics Contests, the Euclid Mathematics Contest and the Gauss Mathematics Contest are a few of them.