AMSIConnect is a two-day residential conference for AMSI Vacation Research Scholars near the completion of their projects. Participants are funded to travel to and stay in Melbourne to [...]
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Restrictions around Australian residency requirements for scholarships is a matter for the individual universities and the student concerned. Students should discuss their eligibility for this [...]
For your application to be considered after the closing date you must apply to AMSI for late submission at firstname.lastname@example.org. Late submission is only approved in exceptional circumstances.
It is becoming increasingly important for researchers to develop communication skills that enable them to discuss their findings and its importance to an audience outside of academia. This blog [...]
The research paper should be submitted as a .pdf using the AMSI Report template and adhering to the AMSI style guide – these can be found here. The blog should be submitted as a .doc file , and [...]
Both the research paper and the blog need to be emailed to email@example.com by 5pm Saturday 27 February
Please notify us if you change supervisors, unless otherwise notified we will assume the details of your proposed supervisor (listed in your application) are final. When notifying us via email, [...]
We understand that sometimes these projects need to be refocused, slightly amended. If this is the case please notify us via email. If these changes are dramatically different from the project [...]
Your supervisor will mentor you through your 6 week research project and help you prepare for Big Day In. Supervisors also will assist with preparation of presentations, arrange a trial run of [...]
This falls under the IP policy of the university you are enrolled in and/or the AMSI partner organisation you undertake your project with ie. SBI.
Each year the best AMSI student presentation is awarded the Cambridge University Book Prize. Recipients are voted for by students and supervisors.
You will present to other summer vacation students from AMSI’s vacation research scholarship program, as well as academic supervisors.
Yes – these slide templates (in powerpoint and .tex) are available to download here
The speaking time for these presentations are usually 20 mins, we will however confirm this closer to the event date.
For this event, you have access to the AMSI member travel account. If you attend, we require you to also chair at least one session.
It is a condition of accepting this scholarship that you attend all of Big Day In event.
On acceptance into the scholarship program students will be asked confirm their dietary requirements ahead of the Big Day In conference.
Students will have their own room but will share bathroom amenities. AMSI will book and pay for your accommodation while attending the Big Day In event.
After consultation with the interstate scholarship recipients, AMSI will arrange return flights to Melbourne. Please note, if the student wishes to change their flights after they have been [...]
If circumstances change and you need to withdraw from the Vacation Research Scholarship you should first discuss this with your supervisor. Your Head of Department and AMSI Research and Higher [...]
The stipend payment is administered by the Vacation Research Scholarship student’s home university. Students should speak to the mathematical sciences office staff to arrange payment. AMSI pays [...]
Yes, you will be presented with a certificate of completion while you attend the Big Day In.
Unfortunately you cannot, but how about recommending this program to another person.
There is no cost associated with the application for this scholarship.
As the mathematical sciences department administers payment of your stipend payments the department must confirm your research project and supervisor. NB – your university invoices us for the [...]
Contact your department to find out if the university is a current member of the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. If they are, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will email both the successful and unsuccessful applicants, please note that due to the volume of applications we are not able to provide full feedback for unsuccessful applicants.