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CODE 2024 Student Fellows announced


CODE Student Fellows is an initiative whereby University of London distance learning students are given the opportunity to gain transferable skills through working on current projects funded by the Centre for Online and Distance Education, while guided by CODE Fellows. Our Student Fellows support CODE projects by carrying out specific tasks in agreement with a CODE Fellow supervisor, such as developing and evaluating resources, collecting and analysing data, conducting surveys, interviews and literature reviews, and recruiting project participants.

Further information about CODE student Fellows and how to apply

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“The program deepened my connection to the University of London and showed me the breadth of research developed by the institution. I encourage anyone who is interested in inter-disciplinary research with an online focus, as well as observing and collaborating with world-class researchers, to apply to be a CODE fellow”

Tiffany Tupper student Fellow 2020

This year, with a wide range of candidates from across the globe, 15 countries are represented and at least 11 University of London federation members, these students represent both our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.  

The successful applicants had an introduction on Monday 11th March before being assigned to their CODE Fellow Supervisors.