Valuable experience and advice
As a non-paid volunteer, you'll gain valuable experience in research techniques.
You'll also gain important insights into how real research works on a day-to-day basis.
Your research supervisor is likely to be a valuable source of advice. They're also a good person to ask for reference letters for the future.
When to volunteer
Volunteering can be done during the semester and during the vacations.
The number of hours per week you volunteer needs to be agreed upon with the individual supervisor you want to work with.
How to apply
If you're interested in volunteering your time on a research project, please contact those members of staff whose research is of most interest to you.