Bournemouth University’s (BU) annual research conference – Showcasing Undergraduate Research Excellence (SURE) – returns for a fifth year, this time in a special digital showcase.
Over 100 students were set to present their work at SURE 2020, but the Covid-19 pandemic meant we needed to look at an alternative digital showcase to replace the conference on-campus. We’ve now gathered work together from students across our four faculties with a selection of presentations and posters reflecting the huge variety of subjects our undergraduate students tackle.
We hope you can see how the work amply demonstrates students' curiosity and research capability. As well as giving students a supportive platform to showcase their work, the conference gives others at BU and externally an insight into the excellent research undertaken by our undergraduates.
The conference is an excellent opportunity for undergraduates and recent graduates to share their work and develop their presentation skills.
Why you should apply
SURE is a great way to share your research and gain valuable presentation skills. BA (Hons) Public Relations graduate Balint Brunner explains how he became involved in the SURE Conference in 2019 and how it led to him presenting at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research:
How to apply
Applications are currently closed and will reopen soon for the 2021 event. Information for 2020 applicants will remain below as a guide.
All applicants should complete an abstract submission form and return it to email@example.com. Please ensure that you include your faculty in the email subject line. These guidance notes should help with writing your abstract.
We would also be delighted if you would like to submit a photo with your application to help illustrate your research journey. This could be of you in a meeting, out on fieldwork, studying in the library or just a snap of your desk covered in mugs of tea and papers - anything that illustrates how you go about your research. There's absolutely no obligation to do this but we'd like to put together a gallery of images so you can see how other researchers work! Please make sure images measure 1920 x 1080 pixels.