Students of Thai Nguyen University of Technology with the National Math Olympic Competition in 2017

09:12 - 25/05/2017


The National Math Olympic competition for students is organized by the Ministry of Education and Training, Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations, the Vietnamese Students’ central association and Vietnam Mathematical Society once a year at one of the Universities in Vietnam. This program is aimed at contributing to improving the quality of teaching and learning math, promoting the students’ learning movement and at the same time discovering and fostering good students at math from colleges and universities.

In 2017, the 25th National Math Olympic Competition for students was held at Phu Yen University- Phu Yen Province. This is the fifth consecutive year the students of Thai Nguyen University of Technology - TNU have participated in this competition. After a period of training, under the enthusiastic guidance of the teachers from Division of Mathematics - Faculty of Fundamental Sciences, a delegation of 2 lecturers and 4 students attended this competition.

The delegation of Thai Nguyen University of Technology attended the 25th

National Math Olympic Competition

The results: all four students received the awards, namely:

1) Trinh Ngoc Tan - K50APM - Third Prize

2) Ngo Thi Mai - K50HTĐ01 - Consolation prize

3) Nguyen Van Quan - K50CĐT02 - Consolation prize

4) Le Van Quang - K51CĐT01 - Consolation prize

From left to right: Student Trinh Ngoc Tan, Student Nguyen Van Quan,

Student Ngo Thi Mai, Student Le Van Quang, Teacher Ngo Van Giang


Although the achievements are not high, these results show the great efforts of the students, teachers from Division of Mathematics, especially the encouragement and support of the University’s Party Committee, the Board of Management for the mission of education and training.

 The National Math Olympic Competition is also an opportunity for students who love Maths to explore the connection between mathematics and real life, to express their passion for mathematics. With the results achieved, it is hoped that this will be a great motivating force for the learning movement not only in math but also in all subjects in the whole university.