The Mathematical Association Annual Conference

Wed, 2013-04-03 12:00

The Mathematical Association organises an Annual Conference either just before or just after Easter each year. It also, from time to time, organises other conferences. In addition, conferences are organised by some branches of the Association.

The joys of the MA conference are clear to those who attend. Nowhere else do you get such a range and enthusiastic bunch of educators of mathematics. University academics, primary PGCE students and established secondary teachers attend, to mention but a few. The variety of delegates and workshops is immense.

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2013 Annual Conference


Telling the Great Stories of Mathematics 

3rd - 5th April at Loughborough University

Would you like to hear top speakers on communicating and teaching mathematics?

If "yes" is your answer, you must come to the MA's Annual Conference!

2011 rates held for 2013 see below.

Opening Speaker

Rachael Horsman

Mount Grace School, Hertfordshire

Presidential Address

Marcus du Sautoy

University of Oxford

Closing Speaker

David Spiegelhalter

University of Cambridge

After Dinner Speaker

Art Benjamin


... and many more names to follow. 

2011 rates held!

Fee range: £90-£350




  • Full Resident Ensuite - £350




  • Full Non-residential - £245
  • Whole-day non-resident Thursday, 4th - £140
  • Half-day non-resident Wednesday, 3rd - £90
  • Half-day non-resident Friday, 5th - £90


    Special discount for full delegates - residential and non-residential.

    Any full delegate may claim a discount of £60 against the above rates.

    Additionally, any full delegate, if eligible, may also claim ONE additional £60 discount against a category below:



  • Student
  • Teacher with fewer than 4 years teaching experience
  • Delegate who has not been to an MA (or joint MA) conference since 2007.

    View Programme here

    Download Web Abstracts & Speaker Bios here

    Download Booking Form here.