TRIUMF offers an outstanding training experience for undergraduate students contemplating a research career. Each year about 100 students from across Canada and around the world come to TRIUMF to take part in projects spanning the full breadth of our scientific, engineering, technical and computing activities. Students will be immersed in a world-class research environment, participating in all aspects of laboratory life.
TRIUMF offers a number of programs through which undergraduates can apply for a work experience at the lab. See the links below for more information on these programs.
If you are a current undergraduate student in any of our programs, the Student Program staff are here to help you. Some general information about the program for current students is available at the website.
Otherwise, contact us if you have any questions concerning the undergraduate program.
TRIUMF hires about 90 undergraduate students from across Canada every year, primarily through our association with university cooperative education programs, and also through our own summer student program. TRIUMF offers an unique work experience at a world-class research laboratory amongst scientists and students from around the world. The jobs offered reflect the broad range of TRIUMF research, including particle and nuclear physics, material and molecular science, accelerator science, nuclear medicine, as well as engineering and computing.
The Erich Vogt First Year Summer Research Experience (FYSRE, pronounced phyzzer, as in physics) is a program offering summer research experiences to budding academic stars after their First Year Physics courses at the University of British Columbia. Awardees will receive an opportunity for paid work experience for a minimum of 14 weeks in Physics or Astronomy research at UBC or TRIUMF.
The award is supported by an endowment fund with the UBC Development Office.
Students from around the world come to TRIUMF to further their research careers. TRIUMF liaises with a variety of organizations to faciliate and coordinate research opportunities for international students. It is also possible for international students to do research at TRIUMF outside of the programs covered by those agencies.
As our understanding of the world around us has grown, so have the opportunities to apply this knowledge to address challenging real-world problems. That's why TRIUMF and UBC have created the Isotopes for Science and Medicine program, IsoSiM, with innovative research opporunities for undergraduate and graduate students, and post-doctoral fellows.
TRIUMF offers a suite of awards that offer budding and early-career scientists an opportunity to conduct research at our world class facilities. For undergraduate students, these awards offer the research-career curious an opportunity to experience a real-life research environment alongside scientists and students from around the world.
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