To apply to the MUSE program, please prepare your résumé or curriculum vitae as a PDF file. Complete the appropriate online information sheet (students will need to be logged in to their respective University emails):
Based on the information provided, undergraduate students will be matched preliminarily with potential graduate student mentors based on common research interests and the mentors’ preferences regarding the mentee’s year-level.
Each graduate student will be informed of their potential matches. Graduate students will have access to the résumés of undergraduate students who could be their mentee(s).
Note that we perform the matching process on a first-come, first-serve basis. If a student remains unmatched after one round of matching, that student will remain in the candidate pool and will be considered with other grad students until the end of the application cycle in which he or she applied.
If a student would like to participate in the program over multiple years, he or she must submit an application during the application cycle for each year.
Although we will provide the links to the résumés of matched students to their respective mentors,
- Mentors will still need to request access from the undergraduate students (document owner) via Google Drive, whereas
- Undergraduate students are responsible for keeping an eye out for access requests.