AMSI is the only national voice and champion for mathematics and statistics, comprised of 40+ members.
On behalf of its members, the Institute makes a significant contribution to furthering the mathematical sciences for Australia’s economic future through advocacy and programs that support the mathematical sciences pipeline.
Membership of AMSI provides a platform and a collective voice that is critical for successful public engagement and discourse about the strategic importance of the mathematical sciences.
AMSI advocates to government, industry, and other key players on policy and programs that align with delivering mathematical sciences capacity, from foundation years through to careers.
A broad and diverse membership base is key to AMSI’s strength and we welcome organisations from university, government, not-for-profit and corporate sectors as members, whose interests align with the mathematical sciences.
AMSI membership includes:
Membership is available for universities, government agencies, professional societies and corporates. Applications are welcomed and further details and fees are available by contacting email@example.com or 03 8344 1777.
AMSI membership includes discounted access to the Australian Postgraduate Research Intern (APR.Intern) program – AMSI’s industry engagement arm. As Australia’s only national PhD and Masters by Research internship program spanning all sectors and disciplines, APR.Intern strengthens industry-university collaboration through short-term student placements. See APR.Intern’s membership page for more detail on the internship benefits available to AMSI university Members.
Full members receive the benefits of membership of the Joint Venture Partnership (JVP) governance body, with a JVP representative on the AMSI Board, consultation on AMSI’s annual strategy; and priority for hosting AMSI’s flagship research and higher education events.
Associate membership provides access to AMSI’s member meetings, consultation on policy and advocacy issues, access to AMSI to raise issues related to the mathematical sciences and the opportunity to engage with other sectors regarding needs, opportunities and threats to Australia’s capacity in the mathematical sciences.
Associate membership is available in four separate categories, for:
University associate membership is available in three levels: small, medium and large, and is based on capacity to engage in and benefit from AMSI’s programs.
Society members may be admitted on the basis of reciprocal arrangements, i.e. the grant of society membership of AMSI in return for the corresponding AMSI membership in the Society, in partial or full lieu of annual membership fees.
Government Agency and Corporates
For government agency and corporates, associate membership also provides:
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 03 8344 1777.