Support for Honours Students
The most likely source of support for Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia is AUStudy or a student loan. Follow this link for the scholarships and prizes that are available.
- You will be given full access to the Library approximately three weeks before the start of semester. If you are interested in earlier access, there are various options:
- If you were enrolled in S2/16 and are now enrolled in S1/17, you can have full access to the Library now; just ask Library staff to add you to the exceptions database
- If you completed your studies in S1/16 and you are now enrolled in S1/17, you can apply for a free 1 year alumni membership to provide you with Library access between now and prior to the start of semester.
- Students who graduated from UQ prior to 2016 can apply for a graduate membership which costs $50 for 6 months.
- Students from other Universities can apply for a Community Membership which costs $25 for one year
- Please contact the Library or access information available on the Library website for further information as some of these interim memberships have varying borrowing or database access privileges.
Research Seminars and Events
- Honours students are strongly encouraged to attend research seminars and events throughout the year, as part of their ongoing academic education. Details can be found on our Events page.
- Honours students have full access to the UQ Learning Workshops available throughout the year, as well as Personal Counsellors, Disability Advisors, Learning Advisors and International Advisors.
- More information can be found here.
Borrowing Honours Theses
- Enrolled Honours students are eligible to borrow theses from the School. To enquire about borrowing, email SCA_PGCoursework@uq.edu.au.
- Ask your supervisor for advice on a relevant thesis. ENGL6085 Research Methods and Project Management requires you to consult and report on a first-class thesis from the School’s archive.