International Research Experience for Undergrads (IREU)
The ACS IREU program will be accepting applications for the 2015 cycle beginning in late 2014. Watch this page for updates.
If you'd like more information about funding opportunities for an international experience before the applications open, browse for other opportunities on the ACS International Center™ website.
Last Updated: October 19, 2014
About the program
The ACS International Research Experiences for Undergraduates (IREU) and ACS International Research Experiences for Students (IRES) program are bilateral exchanges that allows talented young chemical and materials scientists to spend a summer conducting research in another country.
Students spend 10-12 weeks working on frontier chemical and materials science research projects under the guidance of faculty members and graduate student mentors to sharpen scientific skills, develop collaborations with scientists abroad, and experience the life and culture of a foreign country.
For the summer of 2015, up to 17 students from the United States will be selected to conduct research in Germany, Italy, Singapore, or the United Kingdom through the program.
Conversely, 1-3 students from each of the partner institutions in Italy (University of Perugia), Singapore (National University of Singapore), and the United Kingdom (University of Strathclyde) are to be selected to conduct summer research at a university in United States of their choosing.
2015 Summer Research Programs
This portion of the exchange is only for U.S. undergraduate students enrolled at a U.S. institution. Students must be either U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Students do not need to be a member of ACS nor is membership status a criteria used in judging applicants.
For further information on how to apply and the benefits the U.S. students receive, please visit the research outside the U.S. page.
This portion of the exchange is only for students from Germany, the University of Perugia, the National University of Singapore, or the University of Strathclyde. No other students are eligible. Students do not need to be a member of ACS nor is membership status a criteria used in judging applicants.
For further information on how to apply and the benefits these students receive, please visit the research inside the U.S. page.