UQ Undergraduate Coursework Research Projects
IMB provides an opportunity for UQ undergraduate students to undertake short research projects that meet credit requirements for a range of courses.
Eligible courses include:
- SCIE2011 - Perspectives in Science
- SCIE3011 - Perspectives in Science Research
- SCIE3260 - Introduction to Research in Chemistry, Biochemistry & Microbiology (A)
- SCIE3261 - Introduction to Research in Chemistry, Biochemistry & Microbiology (B)
- SCIE3220 - Biomedical Science Research Skills
- SCIE3221 - Biomedical Science Research Project
- HLTH3007 - Research Project
IMB Undergraduate Research Projects are available in selected IMB Research Groups, with the duration and level of time commitment being negotiated on a case by case basis.
IMB regularly hosts UQ undergraduate students. See Testimonials.
For further details see the IMB Research Training Brochure.
How do I apply?
A likely application sequence, from first contact to acceptance, is outlined as follows (this sequence may vary from person to person).
- You review IMB Lab Heads and the IMB Research Training Brochure.
- You contact an IMB Lab Head, to convince them to support your application.
- The IMB Lab Head reviews your request, possibly requesting further details via an IMB EOI, and/or a face-to-face meeting.
- The IMB Lab Head declines to support your application (the application process ends here), OR
- The IMB Lab Head agrees to support your application.
- You and the IMB Lab Head agree on a suitable research project.
- The IMB Lab Head forwards your details to the IMB PG Office (via an online nomination through Pebbles Senior).
- The IMB PG Office contacts you, and the relevant course coordinator, to complete all necessary paperwork.