British Conference of Undergraduate Research 2019 (BCUR)

Notice: Applications for BCUR 2019 have now closed. We will contact all applicants in December to let them know whether they have been successful.

15th and 16 April 2019 at the University of South Wales in Cardiff

Would you like the chance to:

  • Present your undergraduate research to an audience of fellow students at an academic conference?
  • Gain insight into the ways professional research communities work?
  • Become more confident in communicating your ideas?
  • Gain valuable experience for your CV and for postgraduate study?

The British Conference of Undergraduate Research (BCUR) is an opportunity open to all undergraduates to present their research at an interdisciplinary academic conference. Undergraduates of all levels are invited to submit papers, posters, workshops and performances to the Conference, which will take place in 2019 at the University of South Wales in Cardiff on 15th & 16th April 2019.

QMUL are funding a number of students from each faculty to take part in BCUR 2019. Learning Development will be organising the application process, accomodation, travel and food. 

The deadline for applications was midnight on Sunday 11th November.

Applications have now closed.
Process for applying to BCUR 2019

⇒ Decide if you want to give a presentation, present a poster or do a performance piece.

⇒ Approach your research supervisor, a personal advisor or a module convenor who can act as a point of contact for your application. 

⇒ Prepare a 250 word abstract which provides a statement of your research question or field of investigation; the background to your research project; the methodology used in your research; and a summary of your conclusions (or preliminary/anticipated findings).

⇒ Fill in the application form on this page, once applications open.

⇒ If accepted by us, we then help you to apply directly to BCUR

Applications have now closed.

Before you apply...

Read the most Frequently Asked Questions about participating in BCUR.
⇒ Take a look at this advice about how to put together an abstract for your application.
Read the attached information sheet.
Find out more about BCUR on their website.