An Honours offers the opportunity to develop your research and professional skills further after completing a Bachelor’s degree
An Honours year provides the satisfaction of advanced study, a close supervision relationship with an academic, the ability to engage in specialised and extended research, and enhanced job opportunities. It is also a pathway to a postgraduate research degree such as a Masters by Research or PhD.
We hold an Honours information session in week 4 of Trimesters 1 and 2 – stay tuned for more details on the upcoming session. See the Programs and Courses website for enrollment dates and additional details.
Several scholarships are available every trimester to support your living expenses. Please visit our Scholarships and Awards page, scroll down to “Search for Scholarships”, and select “Honours” in the “Qualification Level” drop-down box and “Science and environment” in the “Study area” drop-down box for a list of all available scholarships for Honours students.
Two such scholarships include the
- The Pro Vice Chancellor (Griffith Sciences) Academic Excellence Honours Scholarship
- Griffith School of Environment and Science Academic Excellence Honours Scholarship.
For a full list of potential Honours project, please visit the CareerBoard website. Note that this list of project is not exhaustive - if you are interested in a topic of research not listed there, please do a search in Griffith Experts for a suitable supervisor with expertise in this topic.
To enrol in Honours, simply go to the Programs and Courses website, click on “Apply” in the menu at the top, and follow the prompts. You will need to have an identified supervisor and project before you can complete the application process. If you have any questions, please contact the Deputy Head (Research) in the School of Environment and Science, Prof Frederic Leusch (email: email@example.com).