Undertaking an Honours degree is an opportunity to put everything you learned in your undergraduate degree into practise!
Applications are now open for the July intake of Honours in the School of Agriculture, Biomedicine and Environment (SABE).
Immerse yourself in your own independent research project and experience first-hand what a career in research is like. We offer projects on a huge array of topics like growing plants in space, discovering cures for cancer, cardiovascular and other diseases, monitoring the effect of climate change on Australia’s plant and wildlife, and much much more!
Our projects are supervised by our internationally recognised scientists in a variety of start-of-the-art research facilities on the Bundoora and Albury-Wodonga campuses and external institutes including the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute (ONJCRI) and Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute.
Who is eligible?
Students completing their Bachelor’s degree in Semester 1 2023, are eligible to apply for our next Honours intake in July this year. Visit our website for information on eligibility requirements and download our information booklet containing available projects.
Can I get more information?
The course coordinator is hosting an online information session, where you will be given an overview of our Honours program. Past students will be joining the session to tell you what their Honours experience was like. You don’t need to register for the session, just click the Zoom link and join in!
Date: Wednesday, 26 April
Time: 6.00 pm – 7.00 pm
Where: Join online via Zoom
Applications close on 15 June.
If you won’t be finishing your degree until later this year, stay tuned for details in Semester 2 about our February intake information sessions plus in-person opportunities to meet our researchers.
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