Fellowships for Students
King's Undergraduate Research Fellowships gives undergraduate students the unique opportunity to learn alongside our leading academics.
Previous Fellowship holders have published peer-reviewed academic journal articles and conducted major laboratory research, to give some examples.
An Undergraduate Research Fellowship project will give students the experience and exposure to help them in their next steps, whether it is in pursuing further study, or in demonstrating their leadership and drive to future employers.
The 2017 KURF scheme is now closed and all applicants have been informed of the outcome.
For your reference you may view the 2017 brochure
What can students do?
Students can be involved in research in a variety of ways:
- library or archive research
- laboratory projects
- undertaking qualitative research
- undertaking interviews
Please see the 2017 brochure for a full list of opporunities. Undergraduate Research Fellowships are offered in all of the Faculties at King's, including the Global and Cultural Institutes.
In 2015 there were 109 Undergraduate Research Fellowships and in 2016 there were 150. Each student received a bursary.
King's Experience Research Award
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. The most recent Research Awards Ceremony was held in December 2016, with prizes awarded to the most successful projects.
To see the booklet from the Research Awards Ceremony 2016, with summaries of student work and project details, please click here.
Successful attainment of the King’s Experience Research Award will feature on students’ Higher Education Achievement Records.