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AMSI MEMBERSHIP

APR.Intern is the industry engagement arm of the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) – Australia’s only national voice and champion for mathematics and statistics, comprised of 40+ member institutions throughout Australia.

A not-for-profit, AMSI was established in 2002 in response to a need for collaboration in the mathematical sciences to strengthen mathematics and statistics, especially in universities.

APR.INTERN BENEFITS

As of 1 January 2022, AMSI Member universities will derive an internship benefit by virtue of their membership of AMSI.

As AMSI has several levels of membership, benefits accrue according to the university’s membership level:

  • For all AMSI Members, unlimited mathematical sciences internships will be part of the membership.
  • Internship classification of mathematical sciences or non-mathematical sciences will be determined by the student FOR code.
  • When a university has exhausted its non-mathematical sciences internship allocation, a $3,000 fee per internship will be levied to assist in covering program overhead.
  • For flexibility, there is an option for universities to negotiate a custom arrangement, especially if there is a volume of internships required – please speak with your APR.Intern Business Development Manager.
AMSI Membership Type Mathematical Sciences Internships included in Annual Fee* Non Mathematical Sciences Internships included in Annual Fee** Potential RTP Fund Claim for Universities
Full (JVP) Unlimited Five Up to $30K per internship completed within the first 18 months of PhD
Large Associate Unlimited Three Up to $30K per internship completed within the first 18 months of PhD
Medium Associate Unlimited Two Up to $30K per internship completed within the first 18 months of PhD
Small Associate Unlimited One $Up to $30K per internship completed within the first 18 months of PhD
Non-Member Zero Zero Up to $30K per internship completed within the first 18 months of PhD

*  Mathematical Sciences (FOR 01) is comprised of the following four-digit codes: 0101 Pure Mathematics, 0102 Applied Mathematics, 0103 Numerical and Computational Mathematics, 0104 Statistics, 0105 Mathematical Physics, 0199 Other Mathematical Sciences

**  Non-Mathematical Sciences includes all FOR codes not listed above