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SYDNEY MEDICAL SCHOOL NEPEAN HONOURS STUDENT APPLICATION PROCESS. Step 1 - Once qualified, look for a supervisor at Nepean Hospital in your area of interest.

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Sydney medical school nepean honours student application process

SYDNEY MEDICAL SCHOOL NEPEANHONOURS STUDENT APPLICATION PROCESS

  • Step 1 - Once qualified, look for a supervisor at Nepean Hospital in your area of interest.

  • Step 2 - Together with the supervisor, a project is planned, submitted to Professor Wall as Chairman of the HonoursProgramme for Nepean Hospital to determine the suitability of the project and the proposed time line and the suitability of the supervisor.

  • Step 3 – If the project requires Human or Animal Ethics, you will require approval from the Nepean Hospital Human Ethics Committee before you can begin, and the project will require full Scientific and Human Ethics review and approval.

    (This can be as simple as an amendment to an existing Ethics Approval.)

  • Step 4 – Nepean’s Honours Coordinator Professor Jack Wall, will meet with all supervisors with their student(s) for a short (10 min) meeting to discuss the proposal and related issues (such as human ethics and supervision). At that meeting the suitability and feasibility of the project, and the back ground, training and suitability of the supervisor(s), will be determined before approving the project.


Scholarships for honours

Scholarships for HONOURS

  • http://sydney.edu.au/scholarships/prospective/honours.shtml

  • Honours scholarships

  • For: New or continuing students intending to enrol in an Honours program at The University of Sydney for the following year.How much: $6,000How long: One year

  • Honours Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit and personal attributes such as leadership and creativity.In order to be eligible, the programme you are studying must have an additional year following the normal Bachelor degree. Please check with the relevant Faculty if you are unsure whether your course of study is considered to have an additional Honours year. Some Honours degrees do not include an additional year of study and are therefore not eligible for this scholarship. Please note that, applications are open once a year only, irrespective of whether you intend to commence in the first or second semester. You must be a local student (ie. Australian or New Zealand citizen, or permanent resident of Australia).International students may apply for this scholarship only if undergraduate studies were undertaken at The University of Sydney.

  • Applications have now closed for 2012.Applications for 2013 will open in September 2012.


Sydney medical school nepean honours student application process

SYDNEY MEDICAL SCHOOL NEPEAN

HONOURS STUDENT APPLICATION PROCESS

Refer to the Sydney Medical School Current Students Webpage http://sydney.edu.au/medicine/future-students/honours/index.php

for eligibility and detailed information.

Inform the Honours Support Officer of your interest [email protected]

Getting

Started

Confirm who will beyour Supervisor

Supervisors

DiscussResearchProposal

Meet with Supervisors

WriteResearchProposal

1200-1500 words in length.

Format a scholarship application.

http://sydney.edu.au/scholarships/

prospective/honours.shtml

  • Project Title

  • Background

  • Hypotheses and aims

  • Research plan

  • Timeline

  • Budget/funding for the project (details of any stipend)

  • Location of research

  • Resources required and availability (IT, computer, desk, laboratory space)

  • Scholarships applied for and contingency plans with the supervisor if unsuccessful with your scholarship application

  • References including a list of all references sited in the application

ProposalHeadings

  • Contact details

  • Work experience eg. any laboratories worked in & tasks performed

  • Technical, professional and academic qualifications

  • Publications

CV


Sydney medical school nepean honours student application process

SYDNEY MEDICAL SCHOOL NEPEAN

HONOURS RESEARCH STUDENT APPLICATION PROCESS

Student to complete the University’s online applicationform

http://www.gmp.usyd.edu.au/info/honours/

newresolutionshonoursform.pdf

Application

form

Required

Documentation

Originals to be sighted & attached to online form – eg, academic transcripts, research proposal, evidence of contact with supervisor (eg mail).

Submit application to the Coordinator for

signing and submit to the University at Central

Campus Office.

Applying

30th March 2013

Closing

Date

Honours Coordinator Interview

Who: Student, Supervisor & Honours Coordinator.

Why: to evaluate the suitability /feasibility of the project & supervisory arrangements; to ensure resources are available and Ethics are approved if necessary.

What: The Coordinator provides information about requirements to complete the project.

When: One month after acceptance to do Honours.

Where: Nepean Clinical School

Coordinator’s Interview

.

30thJune2014

Completion

Date

Students are required to present their project to be marked on completion and the date will be set by the Coordinator (see MBSS website for further information http://www.gmp.usyd.edu.au/info/honours/

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