Applications for 2017 are now closed

In 2017 the MAV will host a Mathematics Camp. The camp is aimed at 2017 Year 10 students who live in regional Victoria who have been deemed to be gifted and talented in the area of mathematics.

The Mathematics Camp will be held in Melbourne during the first week of the Term 1 school holidays (Monday 3rd April – Friday 7th April). Places are available for 20 students.

The aim of the program is to provide a chance for students to gather with like-minded peers and explore hands-on, industry related problems. The MAV will be partnering with four mathematical industries who will provide mentoring for students to solve a contemporary real-life problem. 

In addition, secondary teachers will also provide on-going support. It will be an engaging, practical and hands-on look at how mathematics is used to solve problems in a variety of industry fields.

The MAV will provide:

  • three meals per day
  • accommodation (twin share)
  • travel in and around Melbourne
  • return travel to and from Melbourne, to the value of $50,
  • all programmed activities. 

Who can apply - Victorian Regions and Regional Cities

Who can apply - Victorian Regions and Regional Cities

For more information contact Helen Haralambous, 


Our Professional Learning events are open to members and non-members.

You can view current Professional Learning offerings, and register here.

This page has been developed to support teachers in the implementation of the revised VCE Mathematics Study Design (implementation 2016).

The revised VCE Mathematics Study Design can be downloaded from:

Please note: this been updated from the original document released on the 19th February 2015.

For each study 

Mathematical Methods 1 - 4

Specialist Mathematics 1 - 4

General Mathematics 1 & 2 and Further Mathematics 3 & 4 you can also find

Shortended versions of the Revised Study Implementation Workshop videos (these are each in three parts)

and other useful resources or links to resources (such as the Advice for Teachers materials) by going to the link on the left for the relevant study.



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