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How to Choose your Program

I want to improve my academic background

I have a specific research topic in mind
(Example: Fashion in the Middle Ages)

*(A descriptive research proposal is required to be submitted with the application)

*Each student will need to complete their own individual research projects. There are no group papers in this workshop type. 

I know what academic field to choose
(Example: History)

I need to explore and get inspiration

*Each student will need to complete their own individual research projects in this workshop type. There are no group papers in this workshop type. 

Please visit these sections for more samples and inspiration:

Eureka Workshops

Explore Eureka Workshop Topics

Workshop Types

Explore Eureka Workshop Types &  Structures

Why Eureka?

A Highly Efficient Way to Achieve Academic Growth

Students do not need to start from scratch. Instead, they are provided with workshop topics that are thoughtfully designed, as well as innovative and practical. Students can use their summers or break periods to study a specific topic in-depth, maximizing academic growth in a limited time period.

High-Quality Research Guidance from our Faculty

Completing independent research with one-on-one guidance from a Ph.D. or Professor from a top US University is a very valuable opportunity. Through this academically rigorous experience, students can gain a deep understanding of a specific field, as well as explore what they are truly passionate about.

High-Quality and Highly Motivated Peers

The Eureka Program welcomes high school students around the world to apply. Students are admitted based on their GPA, application essays, standardized tests, interview performance, and writing sample quality. Eureka students are generally self-motivated as they have the opportunity to conduct a research project on a topic they are truly passionate about.

Eureka Program's Mission

  • Address the research interests of individual students by facilitating creative projects in collaboration with professors from top universities

  • Offer solid instruction on research methodologies, research etiquettes, and research ethics

  • Foster a community of student scholars who envision themselves as contributors to their academic field of interest

Eureka Program's Rationale

The Eureka Program is for high school students who want to complete high-quality research. The greatest challenge is the lack of direction, where to start, and where to go. The Eureka Program solves this problem by providing practical and original workshop topics, allowing high school researchers to explore their academic interests with a “map” — a clear research plan with guidance from faculty members. Providing high school students with sufficient research training and the space to express their academic interests is crucial to helping students conduct and complete high-quality research.

Mission Statement
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