Honours

UQDI is an internationally recognised research facility where clinical and medical sciences converge in the translational research of cancer, disorders of immune regulation and genomic medicine. We welcome Honours students from a range of backgrounds, including practising clinicians, Doctor of Medicine students and graduates with a background in biological, biomedical or mathematical sciences.

Enrolment

Students can undertake their Honours program at UQDI while enrolled through any UQ School, such as the School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences, the School of Biomedical Sciences or other schools in the Medicine or Science faculties. 

The Honours Program is a one year, full time course. Students must fulfill the prerequisites of the School through which they are enrolled.

Available projects for 2020/2021

Other projects may also be available. Browse our research themes or review the profiles of our Research Leaders to find out if UQDI can offer the research experience you are seeking.

Scholarships

UQDI Honours students have access to a number of Honours scholarship options. In addition to the searchable information on HDR scholarships that are currently available through the Graduate School, UQDI facilitates access to additional internal and external schemes.

Find out more about the UQDI Honours Scholarships that are currently available.