In 2021 the prize pool comprises more than A$100,000 in the East Division, and will be in the range A$20,000 to A$50,000 in the West Division, depending on entries received. Merit Prizes are again on offer in both Divisions, as is the Hofflin Prize. During both 2021 and 2022, the Stonehage Fleming Charitable Foundation is funding prizes for high-performing students that top the individual or pairs ranking at their own universities - see details here.

First: A$5,000

Second: A$3,500

Third: A$1,500

Fourth to Tenth: A$1,000 each

First: A$10,000

Second: A$7,000

Third: A$3,000

Fourth to Tenth: A$2,000 each

First: A$15,000

Second: A$12,000

Third: A$8,000

Best individual entry: A$1,500

Best pairs entry: A$3,000

For more details (e.g., regarding draws), see the Rules page.

*Excepts where stated otherwise, the amounts below apply to the East Division only; Organisers will publish the exact percentage to determine pro rata West Division amounts before the Competition Date.***Individual prizes:**First: A$5,000

Second: A$3,500

Third: A$1,500

Fourth to Tenth: A$1,000 each

**Pairs prizes:**First: A$10,000

Second: A$7,000

Third: A$3,000

Fourth to Tenth: A$2,000 each

**University prizes:**First: A$15,000

Second: A$12,000

Third: A$8,000

**Australia-wide prizes:**Best individual entry: A$1,500

Best pairs entry: A$3,000

For more details (e.g., regarding draws), see the Rules page.

**Hofflin Prize**

Eligibility: All entrants in both Divisions - individuals and pairs.

Amount: A$3,000 ($1,500 each if won by a pair)

Awarded for: Most creative solution to any problem in the Competition.

**Merit Prizes**

Eligibility: All entrants in both Divisions - individuals and pairs.

Amount: A$1000 for individuals and A$2000 for pairs.

Number of prizes: In the East Division, a maximum of 4 to individuals and maximum of 4 to pairs, up to a maximum total of A$10,000. Number of Prizes in the West Division to be determined.

Awarded for: Creative or insightful work on any problem, including the open problem.

**Stonehage-Fleming Charitable Foundation Prizes**

Eligibility: All entrants in both Divisions – individuals and pairs – that satisfy

- Top score in their category (individual or pairs) at their University

- Not awarded any other Prize in the Competition

- Performance above a minimum quantile (equal for individuals and pairs), to be determined by the Organisers

Number of prizes: In each of 2021 and 2022, the total prize money to be awarded will be up to $5000. The exact number of prizes will vary based on entrant distribution and minimum quantile requirements.