Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences

Australian National University (ANU)

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00120C

This program is an elite, research-focused program for exceptional students who want to pursue a career based in the quantitative modelling of the real world; a research oriented career in government, commerce or industry; or postgraduate research leading to a higher degree. ANU offer small class sizes when compared to other top Australian universities and offer students access to some of the best mathematicians in Australia and a stream of advanced courses from first year through to the Honours year.


In this program students will study a total of 144 units. Typically students will take 4 courses per semester (total of 24 units) and 8 courses per year (total of 48 units) as a full time student. Students will complete 24 courses over the three years (total of 144 units). Out of the 144 units, 72 units (12 courses) must be core and advanced MATH courses and 24 units (4 courses) from the science course list. The remaining 48 units (8 courses) can be from science or non-science courses. See for more information.


  • Mathematical sciences

Standard entry requirements

  • Year 12 or equivalent
  • Or Associate Diploma
  • Or Associate Degree
  • AQF Diploma
  • Or Diploma
  • Or AQF Advanced Diploma
  • Or Graduate Certificate
  • Or at least 1 standard full-time year (1.0 FTE) in a single program of degree
  • Or an approved tertiary preparation course. ATAR: 95, QLD Band: 4, International Baccalaureate: 37, Additional prerequisites required.

Study pathways

Honours is available.

Study information

Campus Fees Entry Mid year intake Attendance
Canberra International: $131,040
  • ATAR: 92
  • Full-time : 3 years
  • Part-time : 6 years

Further information

This program is not available for Semester 2 commencement. For more information please view: Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences must maintain an average of 70 per cent (Summer/First Semester/Autumn and Winter/Second Semester/Spring) in the subject area of MATH in order to continue in the Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences.

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