Before applying you should discuss a project with your intended supervisor, someone who is likely to be around for at least a portion of the time. It is expected that during the term of an internship a weekly seminar will take place, which all interns are required to attend; moreover, each intern will give a seminar talk introducing the topic of their project. It is believed that research internships are of potential benefit to all students, not just those with the strongest exam record, and the selection process will not rely on exam marks; however, the quality of actual proposed projects will be taken into account when making the final decision on funding.
Typically, students should inquire directly to potential supervisors to see if they have a project they would consider supervising. In addition to filling in this application, please e-mail a PDF file with a short (up to one page using font size 11) description of proposed research project to the address email@example.com.
Please apply by 5pm on Wednesday 15 March 2017. Late applications will not be considered.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org