AIMO 2017


Date: 30th May 2017

Dear Parents, Teachers & Students,

Due to the overwhelming response from Malaysia and also other countries, there will be some changes to the details of AIMO 2017:

1) Change of time for Contest

2) Change of time for Prize Giving & Gala

With this change, we can now accommodate more participants to represent Team Malaysia for the Contest.

However, registrations for Prize Giving & Gala Lunch remain closed. Kindly take note of these changes HERE. We look forward to seeing you / your child / your student during the Contest.

Thank you for joining hands with us to make Team Malaysia stronger and let’s make Malaysia proud in AIMO 2017!


MALAYSIA will host the upcoming Asia International Mathematical Olympiad Final (AIMO), scheduled to be held in Kuala Lumpur in August 2017.

This event is co-organised by the AIMO Union, SMO Education Group and Academy TeamMathics. It is a platform for students to improve critical thinking skills and exchange knowledge, and to promote educational and cultural development.

Asia International Mathematical Olympiad (AIMO) is an annual international Olympiad competition originated from Hong Kong. It is organized by the Asia International Mathematical Olympiad Union since 2012. This competition has been running internationally with 13 countries which include Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Kazakhstan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Macau, South Korea, Bulgaria and Myanmar.

This international competition is open to Year/Standard 3 to A-Levels/STPM Malaysian students who have won Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards (Individual Category) in Singapore and Asian Schools Math Olympiad (SASMO).

*A-Levels/ STPM Malaysian students can directly register to enter AIMO. It is ONLY open to students that have participated in other maths competitions in 2016 with High Distinction / Gold Award / Distinction / Silver Award. Students need to submit a copy of their Certificate together with their registration form.


Contest Date: 3 August 2017, Thursday

Prize Giving & Gala: 5 August 2017, Saturday


There are 30 non-MCQ questions altogether. Full marks will be 150.

Part A – 12 questions, each 3 marks

Part B – 10 questions, each 5 marks

Part C –  8 questions, each 8 marks


The individual awards include Star of Asia, Gold, Silver, Bronze and Merit Award. Other participants will receive a Certificate of Participation.