The Honours year provides an opportunity for highly achieving undergraduate students to participate in the research of the School of Mathematics during an additional fourth year of undergraduate study.
This document contains all of the information needed to take part in our Honours Program. It includes all details about entry requirements, application procedures, awards and full details of lecture topics, projects and essays. A PDF version can be found here: Honours handbook.
All honours students will need to complete a number of lecture topics (the exact number will depend on which honours program is taken). A complete list of lecture topics can be found in the handbook. Advice on specific research areas is available from the course advisers.
Each honours student will need to complete one project. A complete list of the available projects can be found in the Honours Project handbook.
The remainder of this web page is a summary of the material contained in the handbook. Students who intend to undertake honours should read the following only as a guide. The handbook is the official source.
Awards & Prizes
Honours students who meet eligibility and excel in a given area could potentially receive one of our awards or prizes. More information, including eligibility and selection criteria, can be found on our Honours Awards & Prizes webpage.
Applying for honours
Applications for semester one 2022 for entry into the Bachelor of Science (Hons), course code S3701 will open on Monday 16 August 2021 and close on Friday 12 November 2021.