Honours is a challenging year in which you develop and demonstrate your capabilities for critical thought and independent research within the broad area of biology under the guidance of a supervisor.

The Honours program is run across a full academic year, and may commence in first or second semester. The program provides an opportunity for eligible students to conduct high level research from a wide selection of projects on offer each year.

Research is conducted in close collaboration with academic staff and is an unparalleled opportunity to prepare for a research higher degree (MPhil or PhD) and broadens your skill base for a range of scientific careers and other vocations.

The current Honours Program Guides, which are made available to students in all honours programs at the time of commencement of the Honours program, are a comprehensive guide to the programs requirements.

Further information about the entry requirements, application process and the honours programs can be accessed through the Honours Program Information web page. 


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