The Summer Research Programme (SRP) enables students to pursue full-time, funded research in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences during the semester break from June to August. The SRP also includes skill-building workshops on abstract writing for research, creation of posters and presentations, as well as effective communication and time management.
Faculty-led research projects provide students with foundational research experience and focused mentorship from Yale-NUS faculty supervisors.
Students with prior experience in research may work with a faculty supervisor to craft a student-initiated research project proposal.
CIPE advisors can provide support to students applying for competitive research programmes and fellowships hosted by external organisations all over the globe.
The Yale College Dean's Research Fellowship is a Yale-NUS partner programme which enables students to conduct original research in science, technology, and engineering under the supervision of a Yale faculty mentor.
The Summer Research Opportunities at Harvard and the Summer Honors Undergraduate Research Program enable students to conduct life sciences research at Harvard University.
Students can apply for CIPE-coordinated research internships in the areas of science, technology, and research (in both science and non-science disciplines).
Students can apply for part-time research assistant positions with Yale-NUS faculty members during term time, and part-time or full-time positions during semester breaks.