Student Research Hub

Student Research Hub

The Student Research Hub (SRH) is a two-month training program designed to foster collaboration between:

  • Mentors (Academic and/or research staff Level R3 and R4)
  • Leaders (PhD students and Researchers Level R1 and R2), and
  • Undergraduate and post-graduate master students of EU-CONEXUS universities in the field of research.

SRH teams work together on specific research tasks in a dynamic setting (physical, remote, and/or blended). More specifically, if SRH is provided by the students‘ host university, on-site participation is expected, and in other cases attendance will be remote.

The primary focus of collaboration is to either contribute to ongoing research projects, or explore new research ideas. Overall, participants shall receive training in various aspects of research through a problem-solving procedure.

During each project, students will participate and assist in experimental procedures, perform data collection (on-site) and literature search, analyze and evaluate results, and take responsibility for project implementation.

Students may also have the opportunity to contribute to scientific publications and/or present their research findings orally in a conference.

During each project, students will participate and assist in experimental procedures, perform data collection (on-site) and literature search, analyze and evaluate results, and take responsibility for project implementation.

Students may also have the opportunity to contribute to scientific publications and/or present their research findings orally in a conference.

This training is particularly beneficial to those embarking on both their undergraduate and master theses.

Under the guidance of Mentors and Leaders, participants gain expertise in advanced instrumentation, digital and green technologies, and qualitative and quantitative research methods.

Additionally, the program emphasizes the development of cognitive, non-cognitive, and job-specific skills to prepare students for a successful transition into the job market.

First and foremost, SRH is designed to combine the strengths of individual partners into joint training opportunities focused around Smart Urban Sustainability (SmUCs) topics.

Students will form a group to participate on-site in activities  provided by their host university and will participate remotely in SRH provided by universities other than the host.

To learn more about Student mobility opportunities to participate in SRH, contact your Host University.

First and foremost, SRH is designed to combine the strengths of individual partners into joint training opportunities focused around Smart Urban Sustainability (SmUCs) topics.

Students will form a group to participate on-site in activities provided by their host university and will participate remotely in SRH provided by universities other than the host.

To learn more about Student mobility opportunities to participate in SRH, contact your Host University.

Core benefits of taking part in SRH

Informed and consulted about the research on SmUCs thematic areas

Projects not available at home institutions/Mobility

Training on advanced instrumentation

Develop innovative ideas and problem-solving skills

Teamwork Development

Unlock new layers of adacemic and career potential

Autonomy and responsibility

Participation in conference announcements and/or publications

Enhanced curricula

Successful transition in the labour market and higher employability

Certificates for completion of SRH will be awarded !

To be announced

ELIGIBILITY

  • Current undergraduate and post-graduate master students from EU-CONEXUS universities
  • Strong English language proficiency (B2 or higher)

For mobility opportunities and ECTS attribution please contact your institutional representative!