Three Minute Thesis Competition. With just three minutes to give a compelling presentation on their thesis topic and its significance, the 3MT competition encourages research candidates to consolidate their ideas and crystallise their research discoveries. Graduates are not eligible. Please note: Students enrolled in any of the following programs are not eligible to enter the Virtual Asia-Pacific 3MT Competition: Masters MPhil and coursework ; Professional Doctorate coursework Rules Presentations are limited to 3 minutes and competitors. Presentations are considered to have commenced when a presenter starts their presentation through speech. No additional props e.
Master of Science in Plant Science (MSc)
Master of Philosophy - Future Students - The University of Queensland
The annual Three Minute Thesis competition will be held on Friday, November 12th, beginning at pm. The 3MT competition will be held on Friday, November 12th, The competition will begin promptly at pm. Community Viewers can access the event through a Zoom link. The link will be uploaded closer to the event.
Graduate students present their thesis in just three minutes to a non-specialist audience. Any data or information discussed should be considered public. Judges and staff involved in the competition will not be required to sign non-disclosure statements. If your research is being conducted in conjunction with an outside agency, we advise you to investigate the potential for any confidentiality or intellectual property issues.
Participation in 3MT supports competitors to:. In and the 3MT competition was promoted to other Australian and New Zealand universities and enthusiasm for the concept grew. Due to its adoption in numerous universities, a multinational event was developed, and the Inaugural TransTasman 3MT competition was held at UQ in Since , the popularity of the competition has increased worldwide, and 3MT competitions are now held in over universities across more than 80 countries. This regional event is now called the Asia-Pacific 3MT competition, which the University of Adelaide participates in annually.