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The National Academy for Mathematical Sciences Competition: An opportunity for you?

Are you ready to be at the forefront of shaping the future of mathematical sciences in the UK? An exciting opportunity has arisen with a government-launched competition to establish a new National Academy for Mathematical Sciences. This initiative aims to champion the immense value of maths, create future jobs, and turbocharge the UK economy.


What’s on offer?

The competition offers grant funding of up to £6 million over the next three years, and presents a significant opportunity for businesses and other organisations involved in education, research or related fields. This funding could support a wide range of projects and initiatives focused on advancing mathematical sciences and promoting mathematical skills across the UK.

What could be in it for you?

Of course, the competition is likely to attract a diverse range of applicants, however if you are involved and invested in education, research, or innovation, participating in the competition could bring you a few benefits, including:

  • The grant funding itself provides a valuable source of financial support and could help you bring your ideas to life.
  • The competition provides an opportunity to engage with policymakers and industry stakeholders which may lead to greater recognition and collaboration opportunities.
  • Positioning yourself as a key player in shaping the future of mathematical sciences and driving positive change.

How can you get involved?

Firstly, review the competition criteria to see if your organisation qualifies to participate.

Then, read the guidance and use the templates provided for the documents that need to be included in the application. Any questions you have can be sent to

The competition opened on 7 May and closes on 4 June and offers a unique opportunity. By participating you can access funding, promote maths skills and contribute to the long-term success and competitiveness of the UK economy.


Application guidance and requirements can be found here:

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