International Undergraduate Summer School 2017
The John Innes Centre, The Sainsbury Laboratory and The Earlham Institute provide UK and non-UK students the unique opportunity to spend the summer on their research programme in plant, microbial and computational biology.
Students are housed together to encourage a community atmosphere and an enjoyable research experience. The 2017 Programme will run from 2nd July to 26th August 2017.
The closing date for receipt of applications is midnight GMT 18th January 2017. The closing date for receipt of references is 5pm GMT 25th January 2017.
Any applications or references received after this deadline will not be counted.
Students will be informed if their application has been successful by
5pm GMT 3rd March 2017.
- 8 weeks research training
- Free accommodation plus weekly stipend of £200
- Follow an interdisciplinary research programme of training, research, talks, seminars and weekly social events with a group of like minded young scientists
- Carry out research in a world-leading institute and work with internationally recognised scientists
- Work in state of the art facilities
- Gain new skills and laboratory experience
- Join a community of over 300 young researchers
- Enhance your CV
- Spend your summer in the fine City of Norwich
- Use of on-site recreational facilities including outdoor pool, racquet courts and water sports.
- Open to UK and international students
Applicants should be registered on a degree course. Students in their first or final year of study are not eligible.
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