Applying for Honours

School of Biological Sciences requirements

 

The application process has three components.

  • First you must find a project and supervisor. After securing a project and supervisor you must apply to both the School of Biological Sciences and Faculty of Science.
  • Submit the below School of Biological Sciences online application form.
  • Submit the Faculty of Science Honours Application.

Application procedure

 

Important Dates

 
  • Applications for Semester 2, 2015 are now open. Closing dates for the Step 1 application is:
  • 29 June 2015 (domestic applications) and
    29 April 2015 (international applications)
  • The last day for lodging your Step 2 application with the Faculty once you have a confirmed supervisor is:
  • 30 June 2015 (domestic applications) and
    30 April 2015 (international applications)
  • The School will contact you in Early July 2015 to confirm your offer.
  • Semester 2, 2015 Honours commences Monday 20 July 2015


Closing date for University of Sydney Honours Scholarships TBA.


Honours & Graduate Diploma Projects application form

The deadline for domestic and international submissions for Semester 2, 2015 commencement is listed above.

* required fields

Details

 

NB: Please supply contact details where you can be reached in the June/July 2015 period.

Nominations

 

Please list 1, 2 or 3 preferences including project titles.

Preference 1

 

Preference 2

 

Preference 3

 

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