Undergraduate Students

Are you an undergraduate researcher? Publishing your work is key to obtaining scholarships and admission to graduate programs. CJUR welcomes a variety of article formats from all academic disciplines.
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Graduate Students

Want to give back to the undergraduate research community while gaining valuable editorial experience? Join our community of reviewers and help us provide opportunities for students to go through the peer review process.
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Current Issue

Read our most recent issue online and check out the work being done by undergraduate students across Canada and the world.
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About Us

The Canadian Journal of Undergraduate Research (CJUR) is a bi-annual student-led research publication. Being able to publish your work is one of the most important skills for a successful academic researcher. However, at the undergraduate level these opportunities are scarce and difficult to access. This problem is compounded by the fact that many competitive scholarships and graduate programs require a strong publication record as an undergraduate.

CJUR was founded in 2015 by a group of undergraduate students at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada with the hopes of providing an accessible platform for undergraduates to gain experience in academic publishing.