The undergraduate research project (URP) is a valued co-curricular activity involving students and faculty members to improve skills through Constructivism Learning. Students benefit from the opportunity to broaden their knowledge and abilities, improve their sense of self-worth, accelerate their learning, and apply what they learn in the classroom to real-world situations. This work describes the developments of undergraduate research programs and different strategies involved in student learning skills. The roles of undergraduate research projects are discussed to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) such as hydrogen production to achieve a low-carbon economy. The students who took part in the program reported improvements in the form of increased learning experiences, technical skills, and greater resilience in the face of challenges. It was concluded that the implementation of undergraduate research projects had a positive impact on academic achievement. Participating in research projects benefits students' conceptual development.