Program Update: April 2022
Are you interested in applying to join LIYSF and represent Australia in science? Join the LIYSF at the 63rd LIYSF: 27th July – 10th August 2022.
Participants are responsible for seeking their own financial assistance to support their attendance at LIYSF.
Find out more about the London International Youth Science Forum on their website.
Each year, participants from the NYSF Year 12 Program have the opportunity to apply for places in International Programs. These programs offer participants the opportunity to further explore engagement in STEM in an international setting. If you wish to apply for International Programs normally facilitated by the NYSF you are now able to apply directly to the program.
London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF)
The London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) has been running for more than 50 years and attracts over 500 students from almost 75 countries for a two-week session. The NYSF is guaranteed places and is represented exclusively through the NYSF for Australian participants. Hosted by Imperial College in South Kensington, the students attend lectures by high-profile scientists and see some of the finest research labs in the UK. There are optional visits to Oxford and Cambridge and debates on controversial issues, not to mention the chance to join an instant global network.
More information: www.liysf.org.uk
Unlike previous years students wishing to apply to other International Programs are required to do so directly. For further information or to apply click on the program links below.
International Science Summer School Heidelberg (ISSSH)
The students selected to attend this research-based program are hosted by the city of Heidelberg in Germany. This historic city is home to some of the world’s finest research institutes such as the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) and the Max Planck Institutes for Astronomy, Medical Research, and Nuclear Physics. NYSF has the opportunity to send three Australian students to join students from Europe, Asia and North America for the program.
More information: www.ish-heidelberg.de
XLAB International Science Camp (XLAB)
Run in Goettingen in Germany, XLAB is hosted on the science campus of Georg August University and affiliated institutes and research organisations. The program is open to students aged 17 to 22 who are currently at high school or in the early years of their undergraduate degrees. Courses are offered in biology, chemistry and physics, and students get to do a range of hands on advanced experiments in small groups. There are also a range of excursions and social activities.
More information: www.xlab-goettingen.de/isc_general_information.html
National University of Singapore Science Summer Camp (NUS SSC)
The National University of Singapore (NUS) Science Summer Camp program offers an inspiring series of lectures and laboratory sessions conducted by experienced university professors, which will help students to discover their passion and potential in the field of science and technology. The camp includes visits to NUS’s state-of-the-art research centres for experiential learning in a supportive and intellectually stimulating environment. This program provides an excellent opportunity to interact and network with students from various countries and make new friends in the Asian region, as well as experience tours and excursions to top tourist destinations in Singapore.
More information: www.science.nus.edu.sg/outreach/sdl-scisummercamp
Michigan Math and Science Scholars (MMSS)
The Michigan Math and Science Scholars program is designed to offer a pre-college/university experience. Students will be exposed to the breadth of science research at the University of Michigan, one of the top universities in the United States. All students stay on-campus at the University of Michigan in dorms, and have access to a great range of athletic and leisure facilities. Students also have the option to participate in group trips in and around Ann Arbor. Once selected, students can choose from a range of classes taught by University of Michigan professors.
More information: www.math.lsa.umich.edu/mmss/index.html