Summer Research Scholarship Programme
Applications are invited for the 2021/2022 Summer Research Scholarship Programme. The Health Sciences Division offers a range of Summer Research Scholarships in Dunedin each year. Scholarships are available for a 10-week period between November 2021 and February 2022.
The Summer Research Scholarship Programme encourages participation from students and staff of the School of Biomedical Sciences (BMS), the Dunedin School of Medicine (DSM), the Faculty of Dentistry and the Schools of Pharmacy and Physiotherapy.
The main objective of the programme is to give undergraduate science and health professional students their first introduction to research. Many eventually go on to take up a career in research. Some of our most successful researchers gained their first taste of research as summer students. Those that do not make research a part of their future, will find nonetheless that exposure to a research environment enriches their degree, and hones their critical thinking ability – a skill that is of prime importance in today's workplace.
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To be eligible for a tax-free summer scholarship a student must be intending to enrol at a New Zealand or Australian University in the following year. This is to ensure that the University meets its tax and legal requirements. If the student does not return to study the following year, they will be required to pay withholding tax by the Inland Revenue Department (IRD).
- Applications close 5:00pm Friday 13 August 2021.
- Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application in October 2021.
If you wish to apply for a Summer Research Scholarship based in Dunedin, you have the following options:
- Otago Medical Research Foundation (OMRF) Scholarships – for all Health Sciences and Science students for projects related to human health
- Dunedin School of Medicine (DSM) Scholarships, School of Biomedical Sciences (BMS) Scholarships (including BMS Māori and Pacific People’s Scholarships) – for projects supervised by DSM or BMS staff.
- Health Research Council (HRC) Ethics Scholarships
- Other Summer Research Scholarships available in Dunedin
Important note: You can apply for multiple scholarships, but you will be offered only one.
All supervisors based in the Division of Health Sciences, Dunedin Campus who wish to have a summer student funded from any source (SRS Programme, Departmental funds, Research Centres and Themes, Lab funds, Grants, etc.) must read the guidelines to familiarise themselves and comply with rules and obligations.