Outstanding students majoring in Mathematics and Statistics, Computational Biology, Data Science or Mathematical Physics or completing a Diploma in Mathematical Sciences may be eligible to undertake an undergraduate research project through the Faculty of Science's general subject SCIE30001.
These students may also be eligible to take one MAST-coded masters-level subject during their undergraduate degree through the Mathematics and Statistics Graduate Extension Program. This subject may then be credited towards a subsequent Master of Science in Mathematics and Statistics, Computational Biology or Data Science.
For more information about undergraduate research projects or our graduate extension program, including eligibility criteria, please look at Third-year opportunities on MS Prime. If you have any questions, please contact David Ridout.
In addition, there is also the Mathematics and Statistics Vacation Scholarship program that allows second- and third-year students to undertake a paid undergraduate research project during the summer semester.