IN FINANCIAL AID
Founded by Harvard and Oxford researchers, the Lumiere Research Scholar Program offers students the opportunity to work 1-on-1 with a PhD mentor to learn about the cutting edge in their field of interest and produce an independently-developed research project.
A GLOBAL COMMUNITY OF AMBITIOUS STUDENTS
Our students and mentors represent some of the most globally competitive institutions.
Lumiere PhD Mentors
RESEARCH DEPENDS ON MENTORSHIP
That's why we have over 400 mentors from world class universities excited to train the next generation of researchers.
Harvard University, PhD Biological and Biomedical Sciences ‘19
Brigham Young University, BA in Molecular Biology, Summa Cum Laude
Research areas: Biological and Biomedical sciences
Our students have gone on to join the world's best universities, start non-profits, and represent their countries in global competitions.
Research Area: "Gender Barriers in Computer Science"
Kathleen won the Gates and Coca Cola Scholarship and has decided to join MIT after receiving offers from Harvard, Stanford, MIT, and 5 University of California campuses.
Harrison Preparatory, JBLM
MAKE AN IMPACT ON THE WORLD
Every day, we read about research that changes our lives - from studies on vaccines, to new computational algorithms, to studies of new ways to do business. Each of these breakthroughs come from researchers working to advance their field.
GAIN EXPERTISE IN A TOPIC
The goal of research is to extend human knowledge in an area. So, when you do research, you become an expert by both learning the advances that came before you and contributing to our current knowledge.
STAND OUT FOR ADMISSIONS
Creating a research project is an effective way for you to showcase your strengths and demonstrate your abilities. Doing research can help at each stage of life – whether applying to college, grad school, or your next job.
ARE YOU UP FOR THE CHALLENGE?
Hear from Lumiere alumni and a former admissions officer!
How do colleges value research experience in students? In this session, Sam Jeong, a former admission officer at Dartmouth talks about Lumiere and how research is viewed in the college admission process.