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Launch of the 27th cycle of its “Undergraduate Research Experience Program (UREP).”
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Launch of the 27th cycle of its “Undergraduate Research Experience Program (UREP).”

Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) is pleased to announce the launch of the 27th cycle of its “Undergraduate Research Experience Program (UREP).”

The Undergraduate Research Experience Program (UREP) provides a great opportunity for undergraduate students to experience scientific research and engage in various processes which are essential to build skills and contribute towards their professional development.

Eligibility of Participants

Eligibility of Primary Research Mentors (PRMs) and Research Mentors (RMs

  • The PRM must be affiliated with a submitting institution in Qatar.
  • An eligible PRM must hold a research-oriented doctorate or any of the approved terminal degrees. If the PRM does not hold a terminal degree, then at least one RM must hold a research-oriented doctorate or any other approved terminal degree.


Eligibility of Undergraduate Students

  • Students who are registered or enrolled as full-time students in an undergraduate degree program in an educational institution or university in Qatar at the time of submission of the research proposal.


Online proposal submission for this cycle ends on 11th May 2020 and award announcement will be in September 2020.

For more information about UREP, please visit QNRF’s Website UREP Page

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