Mathematical Skills for Solving Key Developmental Challenges in Africa

The first Après-Lunch with the Mathematical Scientist for the academic year 2022 took place on the 22 February 2022 at the AIMS main Lecture Hall in a hybrid format. The topic for the event was ‘Mathematical skills for solving key developmental challenges in Africa’. The event featured Mr Lusani Mulaudzi, a Healthcare Actuary, Independent Non-Executive

AIMS & University of Venda Webinar on Career Advancement in Mathematical Sciences: Challenges, Opportunities & Transformation in South Africa

The House of Science programme provides a conducive environment for graduate students, researchers and mathematics devotees to interact with esteemed mathematical scientists/role models working in academia/industry and other sectors. The Après-Lunch webinars thus enable graduate students to meet potential mentors in their academic careers and foster collaboration among researchers and professionals. The last Après-Lunch webinar

Teaching mathematics is a calling

On 19 June 2021 AIMSSC announced that Ms Bianca Chimanikire from the Leap Science and Maths School in Jane Furse, Sekhukhune East District, Limpopo was the top student for its 2021 Language and Communication to develop mathematical knowledge, understanding and skills for the 21st Century (LC SAMO 2) Online Course. The South African Mathematics Foundation

Applications Now Open – January 2022 Intake

Applications are now open for the January 2022 AIMS Structured Master’s intake. The January intake of the AIMS Structured Master’s in Mathematical Sciences is open to students following the South African academic calendar (January to December). Preference will be given to South African nationals For more information and to apply please visit

Jim Leech Mastercard Foundation Fellowship on Entrepreneurship

The Jim Leech Mastercard Foundation Fellowship gives you the confidence, resources, knowledge, network, and financial support to build a startup with an impact. For African students and recent grads with a desire to solve pressing problems and bringentrepreneurial ideas to life.  The proven winning formula: Combine students and recent grads with a willingness to learn,take

Recognition of Achievement: 2020-2021 Intake

This year due to lockdown we once again celebrated the success of our 2020-2021 Structured Master’s Students, by producing a short Recognition of Achievement Video highlighting the achievements of this group of students. We are very pleased that 31 students, among them 14 women, completed the Master’s in Mathematical Sciences programme successfully. Local and international