Hear from our students on why you should study an honours in medical sciences at the University of Sydney
Students will be part of a multidisciplinary medical and health research environment within the School of Medical Sciences. Projects are available across a wide range of locations including the Camperdown and Westmead campuses, but also through the numerous affiliated medical research institutes and hospitals.
How is the program structured?
The one-year honours program includes a 36-credit point research project giving students access to the latest biomedical technologies, and the chance to work on real world medical problems and contribute to improved health outcomes.
The redesigned curriculum includes two 6-credit point coursework units.
What can I study?
Honours in medical sciences is available in eight discipline areas:
Who can apply?
There are two pathways to study honours in medical sciences:
How to apply
To apply for honours in medical sciences you will need to:
Please check the course pages for detailed information on admissions requirements and how to apply.
To view a full list of honours projects in medical sciences offered by our researchers please visit our online project database.
The Camperdown campus is centrally located in Sydney near several major hospitals, including Royal Prince Alfred and many world-leading research centres.
The Westmead Health Precinct is the largest health precinct in the Sothern Hemisphere and consists of:
Biomedical Informatics and Digital Health:
Cell and Developmental Biology: