Singapore Math International League

Singapore Math International League

Singapore Institute of International Mathematical Union (SMIL)

Singapore Math International League


The Singapore Mathematics International Union Research Institute (SMIL) was established by the Singapore Mathematics Research Group (SMRG), with researchers from the National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, to focus on mathematics education and systems and further promote STEM research. The headquarters is in Singapore and the North American division is in Canada. SMIL’s coaches come from top universities around the world, and through a combination of online and offline courses, SMIL provides scholars around the world with the most convenient access to knowledge, resources, information and technology.


SMIL Mathematics International League Youth Coaching Outlook Program

Math International League Youth Coach Program

For the elite mathematics students cultivated by SMIL, we will conduct in-depth training of youth mathematics coach.

The program is composed of volunteer teachers, who will accumulate volunteer hours and receive scholarships. They will provide math education for the public good and make systematic learning plans for the children.


SMIL International Mathematics Competition

International Math Competition

Founded by the Canadian Association for Growth in Life Education and SMIL, it promotes The Canadian mathematics education system in international competitions and produces a group of elite mathematics leaders for Canada. At the same time, SMIL promotes the famous Canadian mathematics competition in global education.


The Mathematics system in Singapore starts from primary school to senior high school, and finally reaches the A-level standard, which is recognized by universities in the United Kingdom, Europe and other Commonwealth countries. The current Canadian education system includes Canadian provincial syllabuses, International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement courses. IB is an international Baccalaureate (IB) program in 11th and 12th grades of high school. AP courses are advanced Placement courses that high school students in the United States and Canada can take in exchange for credit at the corresponding U.S. universities. The Singapore Institute of Mathematics International (SMIL) offers a-level courses that can fill the gap in North American education.

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