International Bootcamps

Learn together with national team coaches and winners of international Olympiads.

We invite your children to take part in the STEM camp which will be held by the coaches of the national team and the winners of international Olympiads in physics and mathematics.

Science

Technology

Engineering

Mathematics

Mentors

The teachers at our training camps are: winners and prize-winners of the Olympiads, members of the jury of the final stages of the Olympiads, compilers of the tasks of the Olympiads.

- Pavel SlakaevHead of STEM Bachelor's Degree Training at the Central University.
- Konstantin ParfenovCandidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. Associate Professor at the Faculty of Physics, MSU.
- Tatiana AleshinaTeacher of the highest category, Laureate of the Moscow Government grant in the field of education.
- Yuri SkakovCoach of the Russian national team from 2019 to 2023. Multiple winner of the President of the Russian Federation Award for preparing winners of international olympiads.
- Maxim ArkushinLeading specialist at the Center for the Development of Physics and Mathematics Education at MIPT.
- Maria YuldashevaHead coach of the Physics national team of the Novosibirsk region.
- Tamerlan TajimovThe coach of the Kazan team. The author of proprietary teaching methods for Advanced Mathematics. Creator of the course "Quantum Mechanics" for school students.

- Theory (lectures + seminars, problem-solving workshops)
- Experiments (for better understanding of the covered theory)
- Preparation for International exams and Olympiads
- Lectures by scientists from MIPT, MSU

Motion. Relativity of motion. Transition between different reference frames. Dynamics and conservation laws. Oscillations.

Gas laws. Thermodynamics with a specific focus on interdisciplinary applications in chemistry where we study thermodynamic potentials. Heat engines and refrigeration systems. Capillary phenomena.

Coulomb's law. Electrification. Electric field intensity. Gauss's theorem and the Circulation theorem. Capacitors.

A separate discussion is built around electricity: method of nodal potentials, method of equivalent sources, Kirchhoff's laws, nonlinear elements in electrical circuits.

Geometrical optics. Wave optics. Diffraction, dispersion, interference, polarization, optical instruments, and optical phenomena.

- Introducing numbers

- Collecting and recording data of various types

- Angles

- Fractions and decimals

- Two-dimensional shapes

- Directed numbers

- Decimals

- Perimeter and area of 2-D shapes

- Sequences

- Graphs of various kinds

- Further fractions

- Processing, representing, and interpreting data

- Measurement units

- Percentages

- Averages and ranges

- Equations and inequalities

- Powers and roots

- Formulas

- Circumference and area of a circle

- Probability basics

- Ratio and proportion

- Three-dimensional shapes

- Transformations of shapes

- Estimation and accuracy

- Constructions and loci

- Scatter graphs

- Collecting and recording data of various types

- Angles

- Fractions and decimals

- Two-dimensional shapes

- Directed numbers

- Decimals

- Perimeter and area of 2-D shapes

- Sequences

- Graphs of various kinds

- Further fractions

- Processing, representing, and interpreting data

- Measurement units

- Percentages

- Averages and ranges

- Equations and inequalities

- Powers and roots

- Formulas

- Circumference and area of a circle

- Probability basics

- Ratio and proportion

- Three-dimensional shapes

- Transformations of shapes

- Estimation and accuracy

- Constructions and loci

- Scatter graphs

- Movement and position

- Forces and shapes

- Forces and movement

- Momentum

- The turning effect of forces

- Astronomy

- Mains electricity

- Electric charge

- Current and voltage in circuits

- Electrical resistance

- Properties of waves

- Using waves

- Light waves

- Sound

- Energy transfers

- Thermal energy

- Work and power

- Energy resources and electricity generation

- Density and pressure

- Solids, liquids and gases

- Magnetism and electromagnetism

- Electric motors and electromagnetic induction

- Atoms and radioactivity

- Radiation and half-life

- Applications of radioactivity

- Particles

- Experimental and investigative skills

- Electrical circuit symbols

- Formulae and relationships

- Forces and shapes

- Forces and movement

- Momentum

- The turning effect of forces

- Astronomy

- Mains electricity

- Electric charge

- Current and voltage in circuits

- Electrical resistance

- Properties of waves

- Using waves

- Light waves

- Sound

- Energy transfers

- Thermal energy

- Work and power

- Energy resources and electricity generation

- Density and pressure

- Solids, liquids and gases

- Magnetism and electromagnetism

- Electric motors and electromagnetic induction

- Atoms and radioactivity

- Radiation and half-life

- Applications of radioactivity

- Particles

- Experimental and investigative skills

- Electrical circuit symbols

- Formulae and relationships

Frequently Asked Questions

STEM bootcamps specialize in solving interdisciplinary problems. Our bootcamps also include various educational programs for schoolchildren: courses, tutoring sessions, Olympiads, and, of course, an online homeschool. The unique feature of our Homeschool is that children learn a comprehensive school curriculum at their own pace, following an individual educational route, while also developing flexible skills. Through learning in the Homeschool, children have the opportunity to undergo intermediate assessments. Additionally, we provide personalized support for students.

To assess the child's learning, we suggest regularly completing homework assignments after each webinar. After covering a thematic unit in each subject, one can take a test to gauge the child's understanding and get a preliminary result before the final exam.

International bootcamps will take place in July with the option to choose a location: Dubai, Cyprus, Serbia.

Motion. Relativity of motion. Transition between different reference frames. Dynamics and conservation laws. Oscillations.

Gas laws. Thermodynamics with a specific focus on interdisciplinary applications in chemistry where we study thermodynamic potentials. Heat engines and refrigeration systems. Capillary phenomena.

Coulomb's law. Electrification. Electric field intensity. Gauss's theorem and the Circulation theorem. Capacitors.

A separate discussion is built around electricity: method of nodal potentials, method of equivalent sources, Kirchhoff's laws, nonlinear elements in electrical circuits.

Geometrical optics. Wave optics. Diffraction, dispersion, interference, polarization, optical instruments, and optical phenomena.

The cost of the offline format is **$2500 USD**, and the online format is **$1800 USD**. We also have a promotion: for 1 referral, you get a **$500 discount**. The price includes everything except accommodation. Accommodation is paid for separately.

Feedback

- The lesson was clearly explained, the teacher didn't ignore my questions, and if I didn't understand something, she explained it again. The lesson went superbly!!!!Elena Kozlova
- In just half a year of study, I have become much better at solving the tasks for the for General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) and have grasped the topics that were difficult to understand during physics classes in school. Pavel explained the topics concisely and clearly.Alexey Ivanov
- We are very pleased with this school. Thanks to the teacher Maxim, my child has started studying mathematics with enthusiasm. He provides detailed explanations about each lesson.Anna Smirnova
- My daughter, a 6th-grade student, has been studying physics with Yuri for the fourth month. Firstly, the tutor instilled confidence in Katya, which helped her start receiving solid "A's" for her work at the board.Sergey Yefimov