The EMAG 2017 will take place in Barcelona from August 2nd to August 6th 2017. Mensa Spain promises that it will be the hottest EMAG ever.
Update Jan 2017:
The EMAG Website is not yet set up, there will be a link here asap. But there is already a lot of information to answer most of your questions on Facebook.
Registration EMAG Website
The 2016 High IQ World Championships are an educational and intellectually-stimulating competition for the world’s brightest and most gifted minds. Participants of all ages and countries engage in a wide-range of innovative activities and questions to test intelligence in quantitative puzzles, games-based learning and real-world IQ aptitude tests.
The European Mensa Annual Gathering (EMAG) is the largest Mensa event in Europe. It was introduced in 2008, has taken place each year in August since then, and usually spans 5 days from Wednesday to Sunday. Each day offers several parallel tracks of events and lectures. Between 300 and 550 Mensans attended the previous EMAGs. Around 380 Mensans participated in the EMAG 2014.
List of European Mensa Annual Gatherings
Silvensa, the European Mensa New Year's Party. It can be seen as the successor of the Silvester parties of Mensa Germany, which were held until 2013. Silvensa became international in 2014 and attracted guests from over 18 different coutries.
List of Silvensas
2011 Kiel, Germany
2012 Berlin, Germany
2013 Kleve, Germany
2014 Warsaw, Poland
2015 Wien, Austria
2016 Maastricht, Netherlands
Enjoy New Year's Eve with your fellow Mensan friends.
The American Mensa Annual Gathering (AG) is the largest Mensa event in North America. It was introduced in 1963, has taken place each year since then, and today spans 5 days from Wednesday to Sunday. Each day offers several parallel tracks of events and lectures. The first meetings were attended by around 160 Mensans. Attendance went up to over 2000 participants in the last years.
List of North American Mensa Annual Gatherings
The Asian Mensa Annual Gathering (AMAG) is the largest Mensa event in Asia. It was introduced in 2011, has taken place each year since then, and usually spans 4 days from Friday to Sunday. Each day offers several parallel tracks of events and lectures. Between 200 and 400 Mensans attended the previous AMGs.
List of Asian Mensa Annual Gatherings