Junior Mathematics Enrichment (JME) programme

The Irish Mathematical Trust, with support from SFI, EPISTEM and the University of Limerick, is currently recruiting students for the Junior Mathematics Enrichment (JME) programme. The JME programme aims to offer students a wider perspective on Mathematics and its role in life and society, while developing their problem solving skills in an environment centred on the enjoyment of investigation and discovery, among like-minded peers. The JME consists of 9 weekly enrichment classes that will be held in the University of Limerick and led by pre-service mathematics teachers, all of whom are Garda vetted.

The programme is open to all students who show a genuine interest in mathematics and are willing to give up 1.5 hours per week after school (Tuesday evening 6pm – 7:30 pm). These classes will commence on February 12th in the University of Limerick.

If you have been selected for this programme, please complete a registration form which can be found here. Please note that spaces on this programme are limited and students will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Once you have registered you will be informed if your application has been successful on February 5th.

If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact the programme co-ordinators:

Dr Niamh O’Meara (Niamh.omeara@ul.ie)

Dr Patrick Johnson (Patrick.johnson@ul.ie)