Opportunities for honours students

As a research only institute with an international reputation, Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC) immerses Honours students in an active research environment working under the guidance of Australia's leading safety science professionals.

Our research academics and their teams have a wide variety of areas of expertise and interest within injury prevention and injury outcomes or recovery from injury and trauma. We offer exciting opportunities for Honours students in applied research areas that have real-world applications and outcomes research that makes a difference to people's lives directly and indirectly through changing policies and practice around injury prevention and outcomes.

Research areas

MUARC offers honours supervision on a range of injury-related subject areas, including:

  • injury outcomes
  • transport safety
  • workplace safety
  • disaster resilience and response

Student pathways

An honours research project in MUARC will compliment honours coursework in many discipline areas. We welcome students from a wide range of Honours programs and disciplines, including:

  • psychology
  • engineering
  • mathematics and statistics
  • health economics and econometrics
  • medical sciences (e.g. biomedical science, physiology, physiotherapy)
  • criminology
  • education

How do I apply for a honours research project?

Because MUARC is a cross-faculty research centre, you must apply to undertake honours through another Monash School or Faculty. You will need to meet all eligibility criteria of that Faculty.

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