What this opportunity offers you
  • Conduct an original piece of research or work with a research team at the University
  • Carry out work to benefit to the wider scientific community
  • Use and improve lab/field techniques learnt over the degree
  • Write a scientific report
  • Give a presentation of your results to a panel.
The skills you will gain that will impress employers:
  • Communication skills
  • Critical thinking skills
  • Intellectual and subject knowledge skills
  • IT and digital literacies
  • Numeracy skills
  • Problem solving and analytical skills
  • Project management skills
  • Research skills
  • Self-management and personal effectiveness skills

Find out more about what these skills mean.

Available to:
Biological Sciences
Pre-requisites:
Certain project supervisors may wish for students to have taken certain modules relating to the project title