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Apply for the King’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship (KURF)

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King's Undergraduate Research Fellowship (KURF) is an exciting opportunity for undergraduate and integrated masters students, who are in the undergraduate portion of their degree to engage in a research project under the guidance of our leading academics.

The program offers a stipend of £1500 for 150 hours for successful applicants to work over the summer.

What does the programme include?

  • library or archive research
  • laboratory projects
  • undertaking qualitative research
  • undertaking interviews

Why should you apply?

It is a fantastic learning opportunity to work on a research project, gain valuable skills and develop your career.

Successful applicants for the Fellowships are also enrolled on the King’s Experience Research Award, which enables students to gain formal recognition for their role as Research Fellows.

Successful completion of the Research Award will feature on students’ Higher Education Achievement Record (HEAR).

How to apply

 Apply via the Microsoft form by Thursday 25 April 2024