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Matematička gimnazija

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Matematička gimnazija Beograd

Mathematical Gymnasium Belgrade
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Address
Kraljice Natalije 37

Belgrade

Serbia, 11000
Information
Type Charter school

State school

Elementary school and High school

Gymnasium (school)

University-preparatory school

Day school and Boarding school
Founded 1966
Principal Srđan Ognjanović, PhD (University of Belgrade)
Staff
160

full-time staff: 102

special (specialized) teachers (professors): 58

25% hold PhD degree

38% hold Master of Science

16% hold Magister of Science degree

11% hold Ma degree


10% are Graduate students
Gender Co-educational
Age 12 to 19
Number of students 550 (395 boys, 155 girls)
Houses 1
Colour(s)
Red and white


         
Publication
Informator, Matematički priručnik, MG News

Special Mathematics Textbooks for MG

Special Physics Textbooks for MG


Special IT Textbooks for MG
School fees
regular students: free of charge


additional students (20%): €10,000 tuition fee
Alumni Circa 2,000 PhD degree holders
Website
Matematička gimnazija (Serbian Cyrillic: Математичка гимназија Београд, English: Mathematical Gymnasium Belgrade, abbr. "MG" or "MGB"), is a special school for gifted and talented students of mathematics, physics and informatics located in Belgrade, Serbia. It is ranked number one at International Science Olympiads by the number of medals won by its students (more than 400).


The School has developed its own Mathematical Gymnasium Belgrade curriculum[1][2][3]
in various mathematics, physics, and IT subjects. There are approx. 160
professors employed, mostly scientists. One half of the professors come
from University of Belgrade
staff, Institute of Physics Belgrade, and Mathematical Institute of
Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. More than half of the professors
are former students of the School.


School's staff maintains connections to, collaborates with, and
frequently visits world's leading scientific institutions, such as CERN, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research – Dubna, Lomonosov Moscow State University, UC Berkeley, Oxford, Cambridge, Warwick University, Imperial College London.


During the previous decade, students received full scholarships for UC Berkeley, Oxford, Cambridge, Warwick University, Imperial College London, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT, Columbia University, Stanford University, Harvard University, University College London. The rest mostly obtain full scholarships from University of Belgrade.


The School has 550 students, aged 12–19. There are 155 girls, and 395 boys.[4]


The average professors' work experience is 18 years.[5]

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