Expand your mathematical world

Celebrating its 22nd year, AMSI Summer School is Australia’s biggest annual national event for honours and postgraduate students in the mathematical sciences.

Connect with peers, researchers and potential future employers while developing your mathematical skills. You can even take a subject for credit!

In 2024, Summer School returns to a four-week in person event hosted by Australian National University from 8 January – 2 February (virtual participation also available).

Key Dates

Grant applications close
Program applications close
Applicants advised of subject allocations
Summer School 2024 commences
Summer School 2024 examinations (conducted at home)


The AMSI Summer School 2024 program offers eight carefully selected subjects taught by expert lecturers from across Australia. Participants can study one or two subjects, and with permission from their home university, students can use an AMSI Summer School subject to gain credit towards their degree.

The School is open to honours and postgraduate students in the mathematical sciences and cognate disciplines, as well as early career researchers and industry professionals looking to upskill.


  • A Century of Harmonic Analysis
  • Algorithmic Game Theory and Economics
  • Bayesian Inference and Computations
  • Convex and Conic Optimisation
  • General Relativity sponsored by ANZAMP
  • High-Order Numerical Methods for Time-Dependent PDEs
  • Hyperbolic Knot Theory
  • Machine Learning/Deep Learning
  • Prime Numbers in Arithmetic Progressions: Dirichlet’s Theorem and more sponsored by AustMS

Travel Grants

AMSI Summer School travel grants are available to assist students from AMSI member universities with the cost of travel and accommodation. Female, First Nations and regional, rural and remote students are encouraged to apply.

Code of conduct

AMSI and ANU are committed to ensuring Summer School 2024 is a welcoming, safe and productive meeting environment that fosters open dialogue and the exchange of ideas, promotes equal opportunities and treatment for all participants, and is free of harassment and discrimination.

We ask all participants to review ANU’s Code of Conduct. Adherence to this Code is a requirement for all Summer School participants.

Individuals experiencing or observing inappropriate behaviour or breaches of this Code are encouraged to report this to the Summer School Event Director or AMSI.