The Open Mathematical Olympiad of the Belarusian-Russian University is an international mathematical contest for students of higher educational institutions, which has been held annually since 2010 at the Belarusian-Russian University based in Mogilev, Belarus.
Teams of higher education institutions composed of not more than two participants (undergraduates or postgraduate students) and one supervisor are invited to take part in the Olympiad. The Olympiad is held as a competition with individual classification; winners (holders of gold, silver and bronze medals) of the Open Mathematical Olympiads of the Belarusian-Russian University held in the past years may be additionally included into the HEI team over the quota. The Olympiad is held in one round in the form of testing (30 tasks in the form of tests to be fulfilled within 5 hours), the tasks contain problems from the following areas of mathematics: algebra, theory of numbers, analysis (real or complex), analytical geometry, combinatorial analysis, ordinary differential equations.
The complexity of problems is taken into account in counting scored points. The winners of the Olympiad are determined according to the results of testing. Medals and Diplomas of the 1–3 degree are awarded to 12 Olympiad winners, and six participants receive Honorable Diplomas.
Working languages of the Olympiad are English and Russian.