Give your academic career an edge – work in a foreign lab, learn new research techniques, and network with professors and graduate students from universities around the world.
Please note that each application is taken on a case by case basis and participation in a project or a particular research group is not guaranteed. The links below are meant to give you an idea of the projects that may be possible.
International Research Fall & Winter Research
The international research program gives you the opportunity to combine laboratory research experience with travel abroad. You can spend a semester or academic year abroad combining international research with courses that work towards your degree.
Students receiving OSAP or other financial aid are invited to apply for the CIE International Program Bursary to cover a portion of the costs of their exchange.
Undergraduate Summer Research Exchange Program
Summer Research Opportunities are an exciting opportunity for upper-year undergraduate students in science and other fields to acquire hands-on lab and research experience. Summer research projects are available at partner institutions for about 12 weeks over the summer term.
You can also learn more about Summer Research Opportunities at the National University of Singapore, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Lund University and the University of Hamburg.
University of Copenhagen (Denmark)
Research opportunities available in Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Geography, Geology & Psychology.
Lund University (Sweden)
Research opportunities available in Chemistry, Physics & Math.
University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Research opportunities available in Math, Physics, Chemistry, Information Sciences & Biology.
National University of Singapore
Research projects available in the Faculty of Science.
Queensland University of Technology (Australia)
Research opportunities available across a wide range of study areas.
Cardiff University (Wales)
Research opportunities available for a wide range of study areas. We have established links to research areas in Chemistry and Biology as listed below.
Applicants must submit the following documents:
Academic Reference Letter
Statement of Interest (350 word statement detailing your research interests, experience and qualifications).