The Honours courses within the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences are available to students from all areas of the University.
Students require a minimum of at least two level III courses with a credit (or above) grade in a subject area related to their proposed research field.
Students who are considering Honours within the School should look at the list of prospective projects on offer to see what projects are currently available. If you are having trouble choosing a project, arrange a meeting with the Honours Co-Ordinator (Dr Karen Kind) who will be able to suggest some potential supervisors based on your areas of interest.
When you go to talk with your potential supervisor, you should take a copy of your academic record so that they can determine if you have done an appropriate range of courses. Students from the University of Adelaide can use an unofficial copy of their record; students from another University will need to provide an official copy of their record.
You should speak with up to 3 potential supervisors before completing the Honours Application form, which will be automatically submitted to the Faculty of Sciences office for approval. Final allocation of projects to students will occur at the time of offers for the 1st round of applications.
Each year there are two cohorts of Honours students: February and July.
In some cases, the nature of your project may determine which is the best time of year to start. Which cohort will suit you best will be discussed with your potential supervisor.
Please note the Due Dates for application forms which are listed on the Faculty Honours Information page.