U.K. Associates of BIOS

Applications for the 2024 U.K. Associates of BIOS Internship are closed.

Updates will be posted here when online applications for the 2025 internship open in late January/early February.

To receive program announcements please send a request to bios.education@bios.asu.edu.

Over the years the U.K. Associates of BIOS have provided generous scholarship funding to many students from institutions all over the U.K. enabling them to participate in research internships at BIOS. Students from institutions such as University of Southampton, University of Exeter, University of Liverpool, University of Reading, Bangor University, Swansea University, University of the Highlands and Islands, Cardiff University, Imperial College London and University of St. Andrews have received financial support.

Eligibility: Undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in U.K. colleges or universities are eligible to apply for U.K. Associates of BIOS funding. Recent graduates may also be considered provided they intend to continue their career in marine science in the U.K.

U.K. Associates of BIOS Research Internships

The U.K. Associates of BIOS are offering full scholarships for U.K. students to participate in a 12-week research internship at BIOS. These scholarships will cover the cost of accommodation and meals at BIOS, as well as providing a small student stipend and a contribution to research expenses associated with the research project. Scholarship funds do not cover travel expenses or medical/travel insurance.

The U.K. Associates of BIOS Internship Application Form is available here and the deadline for receipt of completed applications and required supporting documents is March 22. Successful applicants will be matched with available mentors and projects. In your application please clearly state which areas of BIOS research interest you and why.

Former U.K. Associates of BIOS Interns have said:

  • "I loved going into work because the workplace environment was very positive and encouraging. I had a range of invaluable experiences such as an opportunity to go on the Atlantic Explorer research vessel and also going to visit Nonsuch Island. It was really nice to feel so welcomed at BIOS and this experience will encourage me to look for similar opportunities in my career." Charlotte Gerrish, 2023
  • “I chose BIOS because it gave the impression of being a close-knit, welcoming community of staff and scientists conducting high-end research and it did not disappoint. I would absolutely recommend a BIOS internship, it is amazing to me how much I've learned and developed in just 12 weeks and I believe that, regardless of background and interest, any student could gain a lot from BIOS.” Amy Jackson, 2023
  • “I hope that future interns will have as much of an incredible and life-changing experience as I have had.” Nicole Burt, 2022

Program Contact

Dr. Andrew Peters
Director of Education for University Programs & Associate Scientist

Tel: 441-297-1880 x240


Audrey Pope
University Programs Internship Coordinator, Communications and Data Manager

Tel: 441-297-1880 x115


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U.K. Associates of BIOS Internship Application Form
About the U.K. Associates of BIOS