Talented Students Program (TSP)
What is the TSP?
The TSP allows the Faculty of Science to design a program around the needs of talented students. Some students are able to enrol in subjects or in combinations of subjects not normally available within the degree.
The Talented Student Program is a special program of study intended for students of exceptional merit who are enrolled in degrees administered by the Faculty of Science including:
- Bachelor of Science (advanced and specialist streams)
- Bachelor of Medical Science
- Bachelor of Information Technology
- Bachelor of Computer Science & Technology (and advanced)
- Bachelor of Psychology
- Bachelor of Liberal Studies (science component)
- Combined degrees (science component)
If other faculties grant permission, the TSP is available for science components that are part of other degrees.
An additional option for undergraduate students
The Australian Centre for Microscopy & Microanalysis (ACMM) has a group of multidisciplinary scientists who are offering a variety of TSP projects to students. All projects utilise the advanced instrumentation located at centre, and provide undergraduates with a rare opportunity to carry out cutting-edge research.
We offer a wide variety of physical sciences and life sciences projects, but you are also welcome to create your own investigation. Come and talk to us about projects matching your interests. Limited positions are available for each semester.
Please contact our TSP Coordinator, , ph. 9036 5498, or refer to the University's Talented Students Program website for more information.
A TSP Student project feature
In 2007, undergraduate student William Meere has conducted his work Development of Atom Probe Specimen Preparation Technique for Ti6Al4V at the ACMM.
Download project assignment (PDF 2.8 MB)