Students from non-capital Russian cities (except Moscow and St. Petersburg), the CIS and beyond can enter the competition.
The competition consists of three stages:
Rules of participation in the GS Group international mathematics competition can be found in the Competition Regulations.
In 2017, 4983 students from 77 Russian regions, as well as from Belarus, Kazakhstan, Poland, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, China, Serbia, Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Moldova participated in the 4th International GS Group Mathematics Competition. 1193 students with the most points qualified for the second online round.
41 students qualified for the final onsite round in 2017 and four students from grades 9-10 and six from grade 11 won the competition.
In 2016, 4,500 schoolchildren from all over the world took part in the III International GS Group mathematics competition. According to the results of the first round, 974 schoolchildren who scored the highest points were selected. Among them, 158 pupils of the 9th grade, 278 pupils of the 10th grade and 538 pupils of the 11th grade.
40 schoolchildren from 27 Russian settlements and the Republic of Belarus passed into the final stage of the competition in 2016. Traditionally, the Republic of Tatarstan and the Republic of Mordovia, as well as the Siberian and Ural Federal Districts were among the strongest regions.
The winners were 5 students of the 9th-10th grades and 5 students of the 11th grade.
Over 4,500 schoolchildren from 9 countries took part in the I International Mathematics Competition for high school students in 2013. In addition to Russian high school students, students from Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Uzbekistan, Sweden, Estonia, and Tajikistan participated in the competition. Applications from Russian participants came from 76 regions of our country.
On December 7th, Technopolis GS hosted the 3rd offline round of the contest. The winners were 10 high school students, and four of whom received an annual scholarship in the first year of studies.