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WorldCUR-BCUR 2023 - Abstracts

The University of Warwick, WorldCUR & BCUR are committed to widening participation and co-creation.

We are seeking participation from the widest range of students across the world and across disciplines. We will be celebrating diversity in all forms: diversity of voice, diversity of ideas, and diversity of form of presentation.

WorldCUR-BCUR 2023 accept submissions from research-active undergraduate students from anywhere in the world, up to six months after graduation. WorldCUR is an international conference seeking to bring together and celebrate undergraduate voices from around the world. BCUR is open undergraduate students based in the UK & Internationally.

The University of Warwick will be using the successful abstract submission review system which we implement at our annual International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR). This system has proven constructive to advance strong research presentations and to support the development of the researchers’ skills and abilities. Co-creation underlines this review system and review teams are formed from staff-student pairings.

Abstract Submissions

Our call for BCUR abstracts is OPEN! until Wednesday 11th of January 2023 @ 12noon GMT.

Further information about the abstract submissions process can be found here, including support & guidance for writing abstracts.

Our call for WorldCUR abstracts is currently CLOSED.

The Revise & Resubmit period will open 7th December 2022 - 14th December 2022, after application have received their feedback from the WorldCUR-BCUR Abstract Review Panel.

Abstract Reviews

The WorldCUR-BCUR Abstract Review is currently taking place.

The Abstract Review Panel comprises of international students and staff from all disciplines.

Further information about the abstract review process* can be found here.

*WorldCUR-BCUR 2023 Abstract Review is based on The University of Warwick's International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR) Abstract Review System.