The London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF) is a two week residential student event held at Imperial College London & The Royal Geographical Society, with lecture demonstrations from leading scientists, visits to world class laboratories and universities combined with cultural interaction, with 500 students aged 16-21 years old from 70 countries.
Students can apply directly to LIYSF and pay the cost themselves, however if you are a student enrolled in a science program at UFV, who is academically outstanding and has great leadership and communication skills why not apply through us and we'll cover the cost! The Faculty of Science sends at least one science student to LIYSF each summer all expenses paid to represent UFV.
Past UFV representatives: Isabelle St_Martin (2019), Nikola Trotzuk (2018), Tessa Webb & Perrin Waldock (2017), Vivienne Beard (2016), Kevin Kobes (2015), Etienne Dreyer (2014), Andrew Alexander (2013), and Timothy Richards (2012). Read the Blog articles submitted by our past representatives!
Each January the Faculty of Science requests applications from interested science students. The deadline for applications is typically the end of February.
To qualify for the selection process, you must:
Shortlisted candidates will make a presentation to the selection panel on a research interest at a date to be coordinated between mid-February to early March. Presentations will be widely advertised to the university community and attendance will be open to any interested students, family, friends, staff and faculty.
For more information, please contact us!