World Congress on Undergraduate Research
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...to the official page of the 2nd World Congress on Undergraduate Research, the World CUR 2019. Building on the success of the 1st World Congress on Undergraduate Research in Doha (Qatar, November 2016), the World CUR 2019 took place at University of Oldenburg, Germany, from 23 - 25 May, 2019.
Students from many different fields of inquiry and from 35 countries used the unique chance and presented their research in over 200 presentations, discussed global issues within six interdisciplinary Research Themes, and created individual research partnerships as well as the World CUR Alumni.
We thank Björn Thümler, Minister for Science and Culture of Lower Saxony (Germany), for the official patronage and the Travel Support Program.
The University of Oldenburg offers all attendees of the 2nd World Congress on Undergraduate research exclusive access to the World CUR Alumni. Use this chance to stay connected, to support projects developed from the congress and to find mentors for your next research as well as exclusive content and updates.
Named after the 1935 Nobel Peace Prize recipient, Carl von Ossietzky University was founded in 1973 and now offers more than 100 different undergraduate and graduate programmes to more than 15,000 students in the northwest of Germany.
The university is specialized in interdisciplinary approaches, famous for its sustainable development studies, and a driving force in Germany’s emerging student research movement.
Venue coordinates (building A14): 53°08'52.0"N 8°10'56.6"E
With the “forschen@studium” (engl.: “research@studies”) teaching profile, the University of Oldenburg aims to strengthen the interconnections between teaching and research for students and lecturers. Besides accompanying research, evaluations, didactics and special university courses, the program’s core mission is to support research carried out actively by students. More »