The minimum requirements for admission in Bachelor Of Computing Honours at The University of Newcastle for all applicants (Domestic or International) are:
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Admission to this program is available to Australian students, residents and international students. Domestic applicants can apply by submitting the End-On Honours Application Form. International applicants can apply by submitting both the End-On Honours Application Form and the International Application Form.
Entry to the Bachelor of Computing (Honours) program is possible for graduates of other disciplines.
All prospective applicants must contact the Bachelor of Computing (Honours) Program Convenor to discuss their enrolment, project, and research supervisor prior to admission.
This additional one-year program is normally undertaken by students with an excellent academic record in the Bachelor of Computer Science or Bachelor of Information Technology degrees who wish to broaden their knowledge as further preparation for professional practice or to meet the requirements for admission to a research degree.
Students enrolled in the program are required to complete a project and directed courses in research methods or advanced topics in computing.