Are you ready for a mathematical adventure Down Under? We are thrilled to unveil an incredible opportunity for international delegates attending the 15th International Congress on Mathematics Education (ICME-15) in the stunning city of Sydney, Australia, from 7-14 July 2024.
In a chance of a lifetime, we are offering a free trip to this bucket list destination, including a return flight and up to 8 nights’ accommodation at a 5-star hotel! Prepare to expand your mathematical horizons while indulging in the unique charm of Sydney and the world-renowned International Convention Centre Sydney.
Often referred to as the Harbour City, Sydney seamlessly combines a bustling urban scene with natural beauty. You’ll find yourself surrounded by iconic landmarks like the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, set against the backdrop of the stunning Sydney Harbour.
How to win
To enter, you only need to take one simple step. Register for ICME-15 by the early bird deadline of 31st March 2024, and you’ll automatically be entered for a chance to win. It’s as easy as that! If you apply to the Solidarity Fund, and your application is valid, you’ll receive an entry into the competition.
Here’s the important information you need to know:
- The return flight is an economy ticket.
- Participants must be international delegates, which means we cannot accept entries from Australian delegates.
- If you’ve already registered by the early bird deadline, you’re already in the running.
- Entries will be given to those who apply for the Solidarity Fund, pending a valid application.
- The winner will be notified by Friday, 12 April 2024.
Don’t miss this opportunity to attend ICME-15 in one of the world’s top destinations. Register for ICME-15 by 31st March 2024, and you could be packing your bags for a memorable journey to Sydney, Australia.
Terms and Conditions: For a comprehensive list of terms and conditions, including eligibility criteria and further details about the competition, please refer to the full competition terms.
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