We offer a wide variety of scholarships and prizes to support and encourage students to study with us and perform well in their studies.
Each year the Mathematical Sciences Institute ('MSI') at the ANU College of Science may offer $1,000 for award each year, known as the Alan McIntosh Prize in the Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences.
The Mathematical Sciences Institute will award up to ten, $1,000 Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences relocation grants.
To honour his memory, the Chris Heyde Scholarship has been established at the ANU to enable students to study and expand research into the fields of probability, statistics and stochastic analysis
This scholarship is provided to honour the memory of Dr Hilary Booth who used her unique style to bring people together to achieve research objectives.
The Mathematical Sciences Institute are pleased to announce the introduction of the Johnstone Family Scholarship, a $5,000 per annum scholarship for undergraduate students.
The Mathematical Sciences Institute will award $5000 to a student in the mathematical sciences entering the final honours year in a bachelor degree in the Mathematics honours program.
Each year the Mathematical Sciences Institute may offer up to 10 SR Wilson Travel Awards with the aim of allowing latter year undergraduate students to attend an Australasian conference in statistical science and its applications.
The Summer Research Scholarship program at ANU is an exceptional research opportunity for undergraduate students, providing insight into what studying Honours or a postgraduate research degree is all about.
The objectives of the award are to support: an ANU PhD student working in the area of pure (theoretical) mathematics, the advancement of women in the field of mathematics, the teaching of mathematics at The Australian National University.
The scholarship supports high achieving students undertaking the Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences program through to Honours to strengthen educational outcomes, especially for students from regional, rural and financially disadvantaged backgrounds.