UQ Undergraduate Advanced Study Program in Science (ASPinS)
IMB supports the Faculty of Science Advanced Study Program in Science (ASPinS), and provides an opportunity for ASPinS students to gain research experience via an Independent Research Project, working alongside some of the university’s leading academics and researchers. Participation will extend your knowledge of an area of interest and develop your analytical, critical thinking, and communication skills.
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.
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 ASPinS coordinator, to complete all necessary paperwork.