Summer Studentships in Medical Education
The Centre for Medical Education provides a unique opportunity for undergraduate students to participate in education research and development projects during the summer months. Each participant will be assigned to a project supervisor. The projects will run for up to eight weeks between June and August and you will work Monday to Friday on a full-time basis.
Students currently enrolled for Medicine in years 1, 2 and 3 are eligible to apply (priority may need to be given to second and third year students if an unusually large number of applications are received). Each summer studentship typically pays a stipend of £150 per week.
Students from all Universities are welcome to apply.
The application process is CURRENTLY OPEN.
- Complete the application form (.docx)
- Append your CV (including a reproduction of your academic transcript) to the end of the application form
- Re-name the file as per the following convention: yournameStudentshipApplication.doc for example, JohnBrownStudentshipApplication.doc
- Email the document to: Deborah Whan firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm Tuesday 14th March.
Please rename the application form with your name first and then the words Studentship Application.
Project Titles and Supervisors for 2017
For more details please download the project summary document (pdf):
- Developing On-line Case Based Learning Resource in Therapeutics for Internal Medicine (Dr Peter Watson)
- Developing Online Case Based Learning Resource for Clinical Reasoning in Internal Medicine (Dr Peter Watson)
- Lessons from our Troubled Past: What Students Know, What Students Ought to Know (Dr Ciaran Mulholland)
- Staff Training for Students with Disability or Mental Health Conditions in QUB (Dr Neil Kennedy and Dr Mark Harbinson)
- Creation of Ophthalmology Flashcards and Video on Slit Lamp Use (Dr Michael Williams)
- Developing Induction Resources for International Students (Ms Mairead Boohan)
- Meeting the Needs of Patients with Advanced Heart Failure in Northern Ireland: How Do We Do? (Dr Kieran McGlade)
- Enhancing Clinical Communication Skills Training in First and Second Year (Dr Kieran McGlade)