Honours Week 2015
Honours Week is happening from 14-18 September 2015. During this week you will be able to attend information sessions from a range of disciplines, to learn more about what honours involves, the types of projects available, and how to apply. Register your place at an information session.
Enhance your career prospects with Honours
The first step in realising this future is an Honours degree, in which you will participate in working on a research project.
An honours year will give you valuable professional skills, including a much deeper knowledge of your academic discipline, advanced reading, writing, and critical thinking skills, and important insight into the relationships between ongoing research and accepted professional practices.
Your honours project will give you a springboard into your chosen career as you develop advanced research, analytic and communication skills while undertaking independent research. An honours degree from the Faculty of Health Sciences can also help improve your weighted average mark (WAM) for entry into graduate programs, and a successful honours result can be a pathway to PhD study.
Honours is open to meritorious students who have attained a level of academic achievement specified by their course rules.
How to Apply:
Please refer to the relevant Sydney Course pages (below) for detailed information about how to apply for your Honours course.
Our Honours Courses & Honours Co-ordinators:
Bachelor of Health Sciences - Honours
Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science)- Honours
Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise Physiology)- Honours
Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy)- Honours
Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)- Honours
Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Pathology)- Honours
Bachelor of Applied Science (MRS) Diagnostic Radiography- Honours
Bachelor of Applied Science (Diagnostic Radiography)- Honours
Director, Honours Programs: Email:
"I thoroughly enjoyed the challenge Honours was, and feel that the experience has helped me to be a better evidence-based practitioner." Anna Grace Francis, Bachelor of Applied Sciences (Occupational Therapy), Honours
"I learned a lot about research and had a fantastic team of staff members who supported me and guided me throughout the [Honours] year." Ashleigh Vos, Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours)
"I wasn’t particularly interested in research prior to commencing honours and initially did it for the challenge, however it was an invaluable experience that involved working very closely with leaders in musculoskeletal research and has opened up many doors that I wouldn’t have thought possible." Caelum Trott, Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy), Honours