Math Camp

The Department of Mathematics (DMATH) organises the third Math Camp from 5 to 15 September 2022. The camp offers a mathematical warm up to all first year students to ease the transition between high school and university, and is arranged in two independent weeks.

Boot Camp: 5-9 September 2022

This first week is a quick refresher/get in math shape quickly type initiative.
Students work in small groups, using a hands-on based approach to high school level mathematics under the supervision of specially trained math teachers. The aim is to review or familiarise students with concepts and techniques, focusing on those that will be used throughout their university curriculum.

  • Teaching language: FR
  • Schedule: Monday to Friday, from 9:00 to 12:00 and from 14:00 to 16:30
  • Location: Belval campus, Maison du Savoir (MSA Room 3.350 and MSA Room 3.370) 

Prep Camp: 12-15 September 2022

This second week serves as both a refresher on high school level mathematics, from the perspective of a university curriculum, and an introduction to concepts that students will be using throughout their bachelor studies. In the mornings, students follow courses given by teachers. 

  • Teaching language: courses are taught in parallel in FR and EN
  • Schedule: Monday to Thursday, from 9:00 to 12:00 
    For more information, please click here (English version) or here (French version)
  • Location: Belval campus, Maison du Savoir, 3rd floor

How do I sign up?

Registration is free but mandatory. Click here to register. Please note: the registration form will be under maintenance on August 30 and will not be accessible during several hours.

Initial quiz

To help first year students to assess their math skills in relation to the minimum level that should be mastered by any student registering to a Bachelor programme at the Faculty of Science, Technology and Medicine (FSTM), a quiz is published online. If you get weak results on the quiz, don't panic! Join us at the Boot Camp to improve your skills.

Previous edition

More than a hundred first year students from different fields, such as mathematics, engineering, physics and computer science, participated in this first edition of the Math camp. Read the full article


All questions related to the Math Camp should be addressed to the main administrator: Marie Leblanc (  

The Math Camp team is looking forward to welcoming you!