Summer research programs are offered during your semester break and give you the opportunity to gain research experience while working with leading researchers at the University.
The programs vary from four to eight weeks and are offered as scholarships, meaning you will receive payment for the duration of the program.
Information on the programs available, eligibility and application process can be found on the faculty, school or centre websites listed below
The Charles Perkins Centre brings together researchers from a range of disciplines to find solutions to some of society’s greatest health challenges: obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and related conditions.
The summer research scholarships give you the opportunity to undertake paid research with the centre’s leading academics. The program runs for eight weeks and is open to current undergraduate and postgraduate students from any area of study.
Faculty of Medicine and Health and Sydney School of Health Sciences Summer Research Scholarships will provide you with valuable experience researching alongside leading academics and researchers, full time for eight weeks. The scholarship will help you gain experience in health and medical-related research and learn about the research process in high quality facilities.
You need to be enrolled full time in either an undergraduate degree or selected postgraduate degrees to apply for the scholarship.
The Faculty of Science Summer Research program offers research projects for students in the second or third year of their undergraduate degree, with associated scholarship opportunities.
The program is a great way for you to gain research experience and an insight into research process while working alongside our leading scientific researchers.
You will undertake a formal supervised research project carried out over six weeks during the Summer holiday period (November-early March), equipping participants with valuable academic and professional skills. Each project is an independent and tailored project suited to your current education level.