Honours in physics

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Do you?...

Want to participate directly in some of the top physics research in the country?

Physics research and advanced degree teaching have a long and distinguished history at ANU. We have the largest and broadest physics research program in Australia, with over 200 active academic staff.

More about our research

Want to be taught by experienced, enthusiastic and inspiring lecturers?

Our top research staff are also innovative and organised teachers, receiving as many awards for their achievements in the lecture theaters as in the labs.

Read more about our honours lecturers or the ANU's teaching excellence.

Want a prestigious degree from an internationally renowned University?

The ANU is consistently ranked as one of the top Higher Education institutions in the world, very significantly surpassing other Australian Uni's.

Find out about the ANU's ranking at Australian-Universities.Com and Wikipedia

If you answered yes, we'd love to hear from you. We welcome applications from highly motivated and talented undergraduate students from around Australia and Internationally.

Have a browse around our web pages to get an idea of the type of physics we're doing or go directly to the projects page. The Honours year structure, including course and project work and important dates, is described in detail here.

Contact us

You can contact the honours convener anytime via email or phone.

Physics honours convenor

E: hons.coord.physics@anu.edu.au
T: 02 6125 0040
An honours degree at ANU gives you the opportunity to pursue a research topic at the cutting edge of science and develop your already solid physics education with advanced lecture courses.

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