Nuffield Research Placements: Student Introductory Video
February 02nd 2022

Nuffield Research Placements: Student Introductory Video

Nuffield Research Placements are a fantastic opportunity for students to apply knowledge and skills learned at school and work alongside researchers and industry professionals.

We want all students from all institutions to be able to access information and guidance about what the programme entails and how to apply. We’ve therefore made a recording of our Student Introductory Presentation so teachers can show them to their classes, post them on their Y12 school VLE or share them directly with specific students.

Student Introductory Presentation

The Student Introductory Presentation gives an overview of the Nuffield Research Programme exploring questions such as:

  • What is a Nuffield Research Placement?
  • Is the programme for me?
  • Am I eligible to apply?
  • What are the benefits of taking part?
  • What might I do as a project and whom might I be working with?
  • What is the programme schedule?
  • How do I apply?
  • What additional benefits could I gain?

The presentation is perfect for introducing students (and staff) to the programme and helping them to get a sense of what’s on offer and why getting involved in the programme could be a really brilliant opportunity. It is suitable for use in a relevant A level subject lesson (Sciences, Maths, Engineering, Technology, Computing, Geography, Economics, Social Sciences, Psychology, Sociology, Statistics and Data Science etc) or within an assembly, enrichment or Careers Education context. It lasts just under 20 minutes.

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