Study Summer Research Scholarship program The ANU Summer Research Scholarship program is a prestigious opportunity offered to current undergraduate students to engage in hands-on research during the summer months. The program is designed to foster academic and intellectual growth by immersing students in a research-intensive environment. Financial support weekly stipend of A$150 meals and travel allowance (up to A$1000) free on campus accommodation Hand-on research experience hands-on research under the supervision of ANU world-class researchers Duration 9 weeks, 20 November 2023 - 19 January 2024 (breaking during the Christmas/New Year period) About the program The ANU Summer Research Scholarship program allow eligible students to contribute to ongoing research projects or conduct their own independent investigations. This hands-on experience helps them develop problem-solving abilities, improve their analytical thinking, and deepen their understanding of the research process. It also provides networking opportunities. Students may collaborate with fellow scholars, attend seminars and conferences, and interact with experts in their field. These connections can prove invaluable for future academic or professional endeavours. If you are an undergraduate student thinking about pursuing honours or graduate research (PhD, MPhil or Master's by Research) in the future, this program is for you. Benefits Weekly stipend of A$150 Travel and meals allowance (up to A$1,000) Free on campus accommodation Access to world-class researchers and facilities Networking opportunities What our scholars say Summer Research Scholarships are great. There are so many different things to research. It’s a great way to try things out and see what type of research works best for you. Discover how Mallika’s summer research scholarship took her on a mathematical voyage through our universe. Projects & supervisors Click on the links below to explore the wide range of research projects offered by the ANU College of Science Research Schools: Astronomy & Astrophysics Biology Chemistry Earth & Marine Sciences Mathematics Physics Science Communications How to apply Applications close on 31 August 2023, 11:59pm AEST. Late applications will not be considered. Step 1: check requirements To be eligible for the ANU Summer Research Scholars Program, you must be in your third or final year of your undergraduate degree or Honours year, and be currently enrolled at an Australian or New Zealand university. If you're an outstanding second-year student intending to complete an honours degree, you may also be considered. ANU provides equity-based adjustments for Indigenous students or for other reasons aligned to the Education Access Scheme (Equity) Adjustment Schedule. The ANU College of Science will offer fully funded positions to successful applicants. Step 2: find a project and obtain supervisor approval In order to apply for the ANU Summer Research Scholarship program you'll need to find a project and obtain a supervisor approval. Find a project You can use the links in the "Projects & supervisors" section above to browse available research projects. Obtain supervisor approval Once you have identified a project, you should discuss your suitability with the supervisor and get their approval. If you have any questions on how to contact a supervisor, please read our Finding a supervisor FAQs. Please note that while supervisor approval is required, it does not guarantee your application will be successful. Step 3: apply online Submit your application online » Step 4: application outcome If your application is successful, you'll receive an offer on 15 September 2023. You will be required to accept your offer by 1 October 2023 , 11:59pm AEST. Contacts For more information on the Summer Research Scholarship program please contact email@example.com.