Supporting confidence and enjoyment of mathematics
The Australian Mathematics Trust is a leading provider of mathematics and informatics enrichment programs and global competitions.
Welcome to our new website. We have created a space that will provide resources to teachers and schools, activities for students and information for all about our competitions, programs and activities. Our website is searchable and responsive, so that you can find what you need, when you need it, no matter your method of connecting to us. Read about Australia’s Olympians and meet our dedicated volunteers who are some Australia’s leading experts in mathematics and informatics education. Take our Mini AMC quiz and challenge your friends. And in the near future, we will provide more online training and introduce online participation for our competitions.
HURRY! Registrations close Friday 29 August!
In the Australian Informatics Olympiad students must write computer programs to solve logic problems. Open to all secondary students, the AIO engages through creative problems in the perfect collaboration of mathematics and computer science. Success in the AIO can lead to selection in the Australian team for the International Olympiad in Informatics. »Train now
Two Perfect Scores!!
The 2014 Australian and Mathematics and Informatics Olympiad teams have made history with perfect scores at both the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) in Cape Town, South Africa, held from 3 to 13 July and then at the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) held in Taipei, Taiwan, from 13 to 20 July.
IOI dream team: Ishraq Huda’s perfect score and Oliver Fisher makes the top five. »Read More
Alex Gunning’s dream comes true with a perfect score at the IMO. »Read More
The Australian Intermediate Mathematics Olympiad (AIMO) provides an opportunity for talented students interested in challenging mathematics. The AIMO is a 4-hour exam and is open to students from year 7 to 10. It is the third stage of the Mathematics Challenge for Young Australians (MCYA). It is also suitable for students who have performed well in the Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC).
Registration is online. Competition instructions and the AIMO paper will be sent out by email. Entries close on Friday 5 September.