• the chance to work on a real research project for six weeks
  • travel and accommodation to attend the Big Day In student conference in Melbourne
  • a six-week award of $450/week (total $2,700)
  • scholarships are open to intending honours and masters students




  • Working with an academic who was enthusiastic about teaching some interesting higher level mathematics.

    John McCarthyThe University of Adelaide
  • I enjoyed meeting future collaborators and looking at all of the difference areas of mathematical research

    Russell EdsonThe University of Adelaide
  • Meeting new people in a state I had never been and meeting some notable people whilst conducting my research and I would never have got this opportunity if it wasn't for AMSI and the research scholarship

    Logan HaamiUniversity of Technology Sydney
  • It was a really fun atmosphere, while still allowing me to a learn a bunch of new things in areas I didn't expect to be interested in

    Abdul Zreika The University of Sydney
  • It was a great introduction for what to expect when pursuing post-grad studies in mathematics

    Jamieson Kaiser Monash University
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