This exciting program is designed specifically for talented and motivated high school students. The California State Summer School for Mathematics and Science [COSMOS] is a 4-week residential summer program open to entering ninth through exiting twelfth-grade high school students with demonstrated interest and achievement in math and science.
This intensive experience is intended to encourage the brightest and most promising young minds to continue their interest in these fields. Located on four University of California campuses (Davis, Irvine, San Diego and Santa Cruz), COSMOS provides students with an unparalleled opportunity to work side-by-side with outstanding university faculty and researchers, covering topics extending beyond the typical high school curriculum.
UCSD COSMOS 2014 program dates: July 6th - August 2nd.
Summer 2014 acceptance decisions will be posted on the COSMOS Application website on April 18th
Click here to view our Q&A Session Video
Click here to view our 2014 Virtual Application Info Session
Click here to view the 2014 COSMOS Flyer
Click here for the UCSD COSMOS Youtube channel!
Help support the mission of COSMOS by visiting our donation website.
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