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Student Experience

RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES

Trinity College and the Department of Immunology offers undergraduate students many opportunities to gain research experience, including:

You may also consult this website for tips on how to find an undergraduate research opportunity. Other opportunities are listed below.

Beyond Sciences Initiative

Beyond Sciences Initiative (BSI) is a non-profit association that provides a platform for intercultural dialogue between like-minded scholars around the world. We recognize the value of bilateral mentorship, and aim to use our collaborations to promote cultural understanding, academic, and personal growth for both mentors and mentees. BSI hosts an annual International Remote Conference. BSI is based out of the Department of Immunology and Trinity College at the University of Toronto.

Trinity College Undergraduate Research Conference

The Trinity College Undergraduate Research Conference is an interdisciplinary annual conference that gives Trinity students the opportunity to present their research in an academic setting. This is also a unique opportunity for Trinity students and faculty of the university to meet and discuss related topics of interest outside of the classroom.

Ontario-Quebec Undergraduate Immunology Conference

The Ontario-Quebec Undergraduate Immunology Conference (OQUIC) is a cross-provincial, 2-day symposium of undergraduate immunology research. Students throughout Ontario and Québec are hosted at the University of Toronto and allowed to present their research findings through a competitive oral presentation. OQUIC is completely free of charge for attendees and participants from outside of Toronto may be eligible for additional awards to cover their travel and lodgings.

Immunology Student Association U of T

The Immunology Students’ Association (IMMSA) is a student-run organization representing all students enrolled in the Immunology specialist and major program, as well as those who have taken an ‘IMM’ course at the University of Toronto.

Study Abroad to Gain an International Perspective

The Centre for International Experience (CIE) offers students the opportunity to enhance their educational experience by studying in different academic and cultural environments. For information on Summer Abroad programs, contact the Professional & International Programs Office at Woodsworth College: 416-978-8713 or summer.abroad@utoronto.ca. U of T Learning Abroad website also has a searchable listing of international opportunities, answers to FAQs and student stories.

Program Inquiries:

Department of Immunology
Room 7205, Medical Sciences Building
undergraduate.immunology@utoronto.ca
416-978-0926
www.immunology.utoronto.ca