The following degrees each have an advanced coursework component and a research project and are grouped together on this page for convenience:
- Bachelor of Biomedicine (Honours) following completion of Bachelor of Biomedicine
- Bachelor of Science (Honours) following completion of Bachelor of Science
- Master of Biomedical Science - an undergraduate degree with a major in a relevant discipline with a weighted average mark of at least H3 (65%), or equivalent. This program is an alternative to the Honours to PhD pathway.
- Master of Science – following completion of Bachelor of Science
If you have not already done so, you should familiarise yourself with the structure, entry requirements, fees and scholarships and the application process for your chosen Degree.
Honours and Masters projects
Check each Department's research project guide for further details of projects for the current year.
Each of the Departments in the School runs Information Sessions for their prospective Honours and Masters students. These are advertised in the 'News and Events' section on the home pages of the Departments' websites.
These sessions include an overview of the Honours and Masters Programs and an introduction to the Research Projects available. You will be given a copy of the list of Honours and Masters projects that will be available for the coming year. In most cases, there will be honours students from the previous year who will speak of their experiences as Honours or Masters students.
Light refreshments will be available at the end of each of the sessions and there will be an opportunity to speak with potential supervisors.
How To Apply
- More information about the program and available research projects can be obtained:
- At the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences Honours Expo and individual information sessions held by Departments and Institutes;
- From the departmental research project guide;
- From individual supervisors.
- You need to identify a potential project and supervisor from the research project guide. Read the project description and any recommended publications to ensure that it is the correct choice for you,and then contact the head of the research group
- In some cases, supervisors may be willing to offer you a provisional place in their laboratory (a provisional offer indicates that you have a guaranteed place in the Honours course providing you satisfy all of the entry requirements).
Students who have received a provisional offer should submit a ‘Supervisor Provisional Offer Form’ (final page of the research project guide booklet) signed by the supervisor by 13 November.
- Apply online.
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