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Disseminating your research is a crucial part of the research journey and presenting at a conference is one of the options for getting your research out to a wider audience and adding to the body of knowledge in your subject area. Presenting at an undergraduate research conference is a great starting place for developing skills for research dissemination. Developing a conference presentation will help you to think critically about your research and to refine and reframe your results for new audiences. There are a number of opportunities available at Warwick and in the wider research landscape for presenting your research.


The International Conference of Undergraduate Research was founded in 2012. ICUR is a leading international hybrid conference, in which audiences and presenters connect across five continents to disseminate and celebrate original undergraduate research.

Read more about ICUR 2022 or visit the ICUR Portal for more information on the conference and its aims.

We’re delighted to announce that the 11th International Conference of Undergraduate Research will take place on 26th – 27th June 2024.

To find out more about ICUR 2024, join us at one of our What Is ICUR? events:

  • Friday 17th November from 15:00 - 16:00 in FAB 3.26
  • Friday 1st December from 17:00 - 18:00 in OC1.07

Abstract submission for ICUR 2024 will open on 1st December 2023.

BCUR 2024 will be held on 25th to 26th April 2024 at The London School Of Economics And Political Science (LSE).

The call for abstracts is now open - submit your abstract now at

The deadline for submissions has been extended to 20th January 2024.


The British Conference of Undergraduate Research (BCUR) is the largest conference in the UK dedicated exclusively to undergraduate research. Previous conferences have seen over 500 delegates from 70 different institutions over the two days presenting their research work on a diverse range of topics.


Posters in Parliament (PIP) is the annual sister event of BCUR.

BCUR institutions select outstanding UG research from all disciplines to represent them at this event.

The University of Warwick selects Posters exhibited at BCUR, ICUR & WorldCUR.

PIP 2023 exhibition took place in Portcullis House, House of Commons, London on 24 May 2023.

Attended by MP's, civil servants and policy makers, as well as academics and fellow BCUR students, this event was an amazing opportunity for our student researchers to discuss their work with people of influential.

Building on the success of the two previous World Congress on Undergraduate Research events, the 3rd World Congress on Undergraduate Research (WorldCUR) took place on campus at the University of Warwick on 3rd to 6th April 2023 in a joint event with BCUR 2023.


The World Congress on Undergraduate Research (WorldCUR) brings together the world's best undergraduate researchers to focus on some of the most significant challenges facing the global community. Students across the world are invited to travel to this event, hosted by a new institution every 3-4 years, to share their research, discuss global issues, and create or strengthen international research partnerships.