Doing an Honours project with CHeBA provides an excellent opportunity for developing strong research skills within the field of brain ageing.
Honours students develop research skills and learn about current issues in brain ageing research. An understanding of brain ageing research will help students in their future careers as health practitioners (both as general practitioners and specialists, such as geriatricians), policy makers or researchers.
Students who graduate with an Honours degree (at least class 2 division 1) in a relevant field from an Australian or New Zealand University are also eligible to apply to the Master by Research or PhD programs in the Faculty of Medicine.
For more information on Honours degrees in the Faculty of Medicine at UNSW, including application deadlines, click here.