ASEARC was originally set up as a collaboration between four NSW Universities, but the University of New England has since withdrawn from the project. Three NSW Universities now funded by the Commonwealth Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations' Collaboration and Structural Reform Fund (now part of the Diversity and Structural Adjustment Fund). Links to our partner organisations are below.
UOW has forged a distinctive identity among Australian and international universities, standing apart from sector categories. An enterprising institution with a personalised style, UOW is confidently building an international reputation for quality research and education.
The School of Mathematics and Applied Statistics has created a teaching, learning and research environment that is extremely dynamic and encompasses the entire breadth of the Mathematical Sciences, including pure and applied mathematics and statistics. The school has a range of course options, including those with maximum flexibility and those with a strong industry focus and that are fully accredited by the relevant professional bodies. Our degrees are accredited by the relevant professional bodies, and we offer a range of undergraduate scholarships and advanced degree and Deans Scholars options.
The Centre for Statistical and Survey Methodology (CSSM) within the School of Mathematics and Applied Statistics undertakes fundamental and contract research, major consulting projects and training in statistical methodology. Our mission is to lift statistical thinking and practice in Australia and the Pacific, through research leadership, teaching, postgraduate supervision and partnerships with governments and industry.
The CSSM is a centre of excellence in design and analysis for complex populations. The Centre has expertise in: survey design and analysis; complex data analysis and estimation methods; experimental design and analysis; data mining; spatial and small area statistics; statistics in quality; privacy and confidentiality; combining and analysing data from different sources, bioinformatics and statistical education.
The School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences within the University of Newcastle is a dynamic School offering exciting opportunities at the forefront of modern undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and learning in Mathematics, Physics and Statistics. The research carried out by staff within the School is internationally acclaimed. Our goal is bring the excitement of our disciplines to the broader community.
Further information of statistics at Newcastle can be found here.
The University of Western Sydney has six campuses located in Greater Western Sydney (GWS) and a mission that links its activities to the development of the region.
UWS aspires to be a place that brings positive change to the life opportunities of its students and a source of creativity and new knowledge that is relevant, robust and contributes to individual and community development.
Further information of statistics at UWS can be found here.