Summer Research Scholarships aim to provide talented engineering and computing students with an opportunity to experience research-based activities at ANU.
These scholarships are exceptional research opportunities for undergraduate and masters coursework students, providing insight into what studying a graduate research degree is all about.
The scholarship or internship package gives you the opportunity to stretch your boundaries by undertaking research projects and activities during the summer under the supervision of researchers based in the School of Computing and the School of Engineering, utilising facilities and materials not readily available elsewhere.
About the program
We offer Summer Research Scholarships (SRS) and Summer Research Internships (SRI).
External (non-ANU) students from Australia and New Zealand are eligible to apply for a Summer Research Scholarship.
Current ANU students are eligible to apply for a Summer Research Internship.
The SRS scholarship includes board and on-campus accommodation for nine (9) weeks, including the Christmas shutdown period. Candidates are awarded a stipend of $150 per week, along with a travel allowance of up to $1,000 for students relocating from interstate or from New Zealand.
The SRI scholarship provides a stipend of $400 per week to assist with the cost of living during the program.
All students participating in the program will be invited to a variety of shared social events, workshops and seminars during the summer period.
Program and application dates
The nine-week program will run between Monday 20 November 2023 to Friday 19 January 2024.
Applications for this year's program will open from 1 July and close on 31 August 2023.
Late applications will not be considered.
How to apply
To apply, please visit: ANU Summer Research Scholars program application
Note: Equity-based adjustments may be made for Indigenous students or for other reasons aligned to the Education Access Scheme (Equity) Adjustment Schedule. The ANU College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics will offer fully-funded positions to successful applicants.
Please include in your application:
- a copy of your resume/CV and academic transcript,
- a 250 word expression of interest, outlining how you plan to contribute to the project you wish to work on and an indication of the skills and knowledge you would bring to the project.
If accepted, your supervisor will work with you to finalise a research plan for your work over the period of the scholarship, based on this application. Please contact the supervisor of the relevant project if you require more information.