How can I become involved in undergraduate research?

   2 years ago

Aleena Shabbir, Figuring out how to best explore your interests is hard, along with striking the perfect work and relax balance that will maximize your success. I would be more than happy to help you in your quest to find yours.
Answered 2 years ago

Usually, finding research opportunities can be a simple process. First, identify what your area of interest is. After that, I recommend reading a few papers and narrowing what specific aspect of that interest catches your attention the most. You can find professors at schools that align with your specialty of choice. By sending a few brief emails asking questions about authors' research, you can follow up with a request to have deeper involvement with what they do.

Shah J Zeb MBA, MSc, What is the real value of an Ivy League education. Ask Shah about his MBA experience from Cornell University.
Answered 2 years ago

University of London has some fantastic opportunities for undergraduate and graduate level research.