Published on February 13th, 2016 | by kiranw0
Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship
Hi Immunology Undergraduates!
This is to let you know of paid summer Immunology research opportunities abroad. The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee scholarships provide students with $6,000 scholarships (supplemented by a further $1,000 from the University) to participate in research projects in Commonwealth countries. Students must be Canadian and must be willing and able to spend at least 90 days in the host country, typically between mid May and mid August 2016.
Students would register for the TRN307H (International Experience I) course and therefore receive academic credit for this program. On their return, students have the opportunity to participate in the TRN308H (International Experience II) course (again for academic credit) where students would have the opportunity to present their research in a seminar, and write up a research paper describing their research.
We are currently building the list of partnering institutions, which will be made available in early March and students will apply during March.
If this is something that might be of interest to you, please contact Kiran Sahota, Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Arts at email@example.com
with best regards,
- Michael Ratcliffe