The Summer Undergraduate International Research Program (SUIRP) provides University of Florida undergraduate researchers with a life-changing opportunity to conduct research at a foreign institution.
Previous Scholars have conducted research in Uganda, Argentina, France, Italy, and many other countries. University of Florida students in any discipline may apply for SUIRP. Students receive a summer international research award of up to $5000 to cover travel and living expenses.
Students applying to SUIRP will apply directly to the Center for Undergraduate Research and must be submitted in person the the CUR office in Newell Hall, Room 202. Any incomplete applications will not be considered for this award.
Students applying to the SUIRP will apply directly to the Center for Undergraduate Research. When submitting your application, please provide the following items:
Each SUIRP Scholar is required to make a presentation at the University of Florida Fall Undergraduate Research Symposium by presenting a poster, an original creative work, or their e-portfolio.
Every student is required to keep a weekly research log. This log would be updated at the end of every week and would highlight the accomplishments and activities conducted.
Each student is required to have a reflection journal. Questions will be posed to the students weekly and the student are required to reflect on their experience abroad in this section.
Students are required to document, not only their research, but also their cultural experiences from the trip.