King's Experience Research Award
The King’s Experience Research Award is an outcome of the King’s Undergraduate Research Fellowships. Participants undertake research alongside academics, and are supported by a bursary.
After the 2017 Research Fellowships are completed, participating students will submit an assessment for the King’s Experience Research Award, enabling formal recognition of the achievement. Successful attainment of the King’s Experience Research Award will feature on students’ Higher Education Achievement Records.
All students undertaking King’s Undergraduate Research Fellowships are enrolled on the King’s Experience Research Award, in order to structure and manage an academic output, on the student’s part, from the fellowship.
The King's Experience hosted the Research Awards Ceremony in December 2016, with prizes awarded to the most successful projects.
In order to submit an entry for the King’s Experience Research Award, students will produce a reflective account of their experiences. This can take the form of an academic poster, or a reflective essay, or a blog or website, or a short film. Other forms of assessment will also be considered, and the King's Experience encourages students to produce innovative types of assessment that meet the intended learning outcomes below.
Intended learning outcomes
- Evidence your research fellowship through production of a relevant artefact.
- Demonstrate research skills.
- Reflect on the process and outcomes of your research.
- Demonstrate the potential transferability of your experience as a research fellow.
- Communicate effectively within an academic discipline.
Already doing Research?
Applications for the Research Award are now Open. Please apply using the application form. The deadline for applications is Friday 1st September.
Ongoing Research at King's