The honours year in science is a widely recognised and highly regarded additional year of undergraduate study available to you after you complete your undergraduate course. It's a unique opportunity for you to explore your research potential and put the theory from your undergraduate studies into practice. An honours qualification in science is not only well regarded in academia, but also in industry where laboratory experience and a command of scientific thought processes are highly sought after.
Summer Scholarships are a great way to gain research experience and an insight into research process while working alongside our leading scientific researchers. Research projects are available in most disciplines for a duration of between 4-6 weeks over the Summer holiday period (November-February). Applications close on Friday 30 August. Find out more.
Download the honours brochure to find information about:
- What's involved in doing honours
- Entry requirements
- Where to find available honours projects
- How to apply for honours
- Scholarships information
- When information seminars are being held
"Throughout honours you really mature and develop as a scientist and get to put everything that you have learned in undergraduate into practice. You become the world expert in your small topic and that is really quite
a rush." Kate Quinlan, honours in molecular bioscience. Read more