AMSI’s online learning program was expanded in 2022 to include specialised third-year undergraduate subjects in the mathematical sciences open for cross-institutional enrolment at AMSI member institutions.
This scheme provides students with access to a wider range of specialised subjects and is another element of collaboration between AMSI member institutions.
Enrolment processes are managed by each university per existing cross-institutional study policies. AMSI promotes the scheme, providing support and advice as needed.
STUDENTS: permission is required by your home university Course Convenor to submit a cross-institutional enrolment application. Please discuss your plans with them.
How do I apply for a cross-institutional enrolment?
How do I submit a third-year undergraduate subject?
Got a question? Email the AMSI team!
|Algebra*||Professor Florian Breuer||The University of Newcastle|
|Optimisation III||Associate Professor Lewis Mitchell||The University of Adelaide|
|Machine Learning and Data Visualisation||Dr Johnny Lo||Edith Cowan University|
|Differential Equations and Numerical Methods||Dr Steven Richardson||Edith Cowan University|
|Algebra for Information Security||Dr Graham Clarke||The University of Sydney|
|Statistical Inference||Professor Irene Hudson||RMIT University|
|Introduction to Topology||Dr David Robertson||The University of New England|
|Complex Analysis||Dr Jock McOrist||The University of New England|
|Number Theory||Dr Adam Harris||The University of New England|
|Analysis of Categorical Data||Dr David Akman||RMIT|
|Applied Multivariate Statistics||Dr Eben Afrifa-Yamoah||Edith Cowan University|
|Computational Bayesian Statistics III||Dr John (Jack) Mclean||The University of Adelaide|
|Multivariate Analysis||Professor Irene Hudson||RMIT|
|Number theory||Professor Florian Breuer||The University of Newcastle|
|Statistical Learning / Statistical Data Science||Professor Inge Koch||The University of Western Australia|
|Differential Equations||Professor Gerd Schmalz||The University of New England|
|Abstract Algebra||Dr Bea Bleile||The University of New England|