Centre of Excellence in Natural Resource Management

Honours in Albany

Further information

Honours student profiles


Scholarships are aimed at encouraging intending or current honours students to continue their studies.

Why do honours?

Completing an honours project allows you to demonstrate to potential employers that you are:

  • a high achiever
  • committed to realising your goals
  • able to take responsibility for a project
  • work to a high standard.

It is also a necessary step towards postgraduate research.

Honours is a final, research-intensive year of study that provides the development of skills necessary to work effectively in a scientific career.

To be eligible to enrol in Bachelor of Science (Honours), you must have completed a Bachelor of Science degree and obtained at least 65 per cent in your science major.

The document below lists all the potential research opportunities currently available.

How we can help

CENRM is located in Western Australia's Great Southern region, a global hotspot of biodiversity, and we are keen to support UWA students and research work in the region.

UWA in Albany provides:

  • office space and computer access
  • advice on local issues and contacts
  • rooms for workshops, seminars and lectures
  • assistance in finding accommodation.

If you are interested in joining CENRM to study Honours then please contact Honours Coordinator, Dr Paul Close via email or phone + 61 (8) 9842 0833.


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