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Eureka Program

Mathematics Program

Mathematics Program

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Eureka Mathematics Program Overview

To participate in this program, participants must successfully complete the Eureka Program Research Topic 101 course before enrolling in any group or one-on-one research workshops


Step into the realm where the elegance of numbers and patterns meets practical applications. Mathematics stands as the cornerstone of numerous scientific and technological breakthroughs, molding our perception of the world and fueling innovation. Here in our program, students immerse themselves in the allure and potency of mathematical concepts, utilizing them to unravel intricate problems and make meaningful contributions across diverse fields.


Mathematics functions as an essential tool cutting across disciplines. Whether delving into financial economics, computer science, or applied mathematics, our alumni exemplify the versatility and influence of a robust mathematical background.


Eureka Alumni from this program have received admission offers to Princeton University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Stanford University, University of Pennsylvania (UPenn), Cornell University, and many other top US universities. Alumni from this program have gone off to pursue majors in Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Data Science, Law, and Engineering.


The research experience, training, and skills students receive at the Eureka Mathematics Program have helped students to compete in prestigious math competitions and exams, such as the Regeneron Science Talent Search, Yale Physics Olympiad, American Mathematics Competitions (AMC), American Invitational Mathematics Examinations (AIME), International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) and many other programs.

If you have questions, request a free consultation with no obligation, and our team will address your inquiries promptly. 

Are you ready to take the next step to achieve academic and professional success? Apply Now! 

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