The winner of the event will be invited to compete against students from other universities in the Asia-Pacific final event. Preliminary competition heats are held within each faculty or University school. The winner of the University final will then compete at the national finals against winners from other universities. Active PhD and Professional Doctorate Research candidates who have successfully passed their confirmation milestone are eligible to participate in 3 Minute Thesis competitions at all levels, including the Asia-Pacific final 3 Minute Thesis competition. Graduates and honours students are not eligible to compete.
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Do you think you could present your entire PhD thesis to a general audience in just 3 minutes? Competitors will once again be required to enter via a pre-recorded video submission. UQ also require that the Monash Final be judged by pre-recorded video submission in order to ensure consistency and avoid disadvantages that might occur as a result of technical issues in a live feed. Thank you to the Monash Graduate Association MGA for their generous support once again this year, with both faculty rounds and Monash final prizes. Judging will focus on the presentation, ability to communicate research to a non-specialist audience, and 3MT PowerPoint slide. Please note: After each competition round competitors have the option to either submit their current presentation or rerecord and submit a new presentation for entry into the next round. Useful Links.
The competition challenges master's and doctoral students to present a compelling oration on their thesis or dissertation research and its significance to a general audience in just three minutes. IU Bloomington, which hosts its annual 3MT competition each spring, joins over universities worldwide that host local 3MT events. Congratulations to the following winners of our Three Minute Thesis competition:. Past IUB competition winners may not enter.
The competition culminates students' academic, presentation and research communication skills, as each must effectively explain their research in three minutes with only one PowerPoint slide. This year's competition will be held in an online format based on the competition rules and guidelines set forth by the University of Queensland, 3MT's founding institution. Students must be nominated by their graduate program director to participate.