The School of Mathmatics and Statistics at UNSW is the largest of its kind in Australia, with the most extensive choice of courses and flexible programs. Studying mathematics and statistics will improve your logical and analytical skills and prepare you for a wide variety of careers.
Studying mathematics and statistics at UNSW is an excellent choice. There is information on HSC course selection, including HSC Plus, and assumed knowledge to enable you to make the right subject choices in your final years of high school.
There are a range of scholarships available, and if you happen to be an extra talented student there is a Talented Students Program available to help you achieve your full potential.
Our School is a vibrant place, and we aim to encourage student participation in mathematics. We run an annual Girls Do the Maths workshop which gives female year 11 and 12 students a glimpse of the infinite possibilities that arise from the study of mathematics and statistics. The University also holds a popular School Mathematics Competition every year which is open to high school students.
Read what some of our past and current students say about studying mathematics and statistics at UNSW.
Our school competition promotes mathematical insight and ingenuity. View key information on entry requirements, past questions and much more.
Our workshops encourage female students to consider mathematics as a career. Gain access to guest speakers, hands on activities and experience our campus.
The School of Mathematics and Statistics welcomes the opportunity to develop links with teachers and improve the quality of mathematics education.
View our key guidelines for selecting the right level of mathematics for your degree.
Become a mathematical ambassador tutoring in High Schools. Students studying Advanced Mathematics are encouraged to apply.
Whatever course you take in mathematics there will be a level of assumed knowledge. Find key details on requirements for courses.
Your career choices in mathematics and statistics are boundless. Discover details on job prospects and career guides.
The Enrichment Club encourages students from years 8 to 12 to extend their thinking through problem solving. Find out more.