The next call will be in 2020.
The King’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship scheme aims to give undergraduate students the opportunity to be active in research by helping to produce knowledge, alongside academics. Undergraduate students apply for advertised Fellowships, ordinarily of one month’s (4 weeks’) duration, to be undertaken during the summer break. Students undertaking the Fellowship are required to produce an academic output for the King’s Experience Research Award, thereby evidencing their learning and enabling its recognition on their Higher Education Achievement Record. The completion of the King’s Experience Research Award is supported via a bursary to facilitate the experiential learning undertaken during the Undergraduate Research Fellowship. Comments or questions regarding the scheme may be directed to email@example.com. The competition is now closed for 2019.
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- Ayesha Hussain: Medicine and the Georgian Navy