The Three Minute Thesis (®3MT) competition is a thrilling and prestigious annual event at Swansea university which challenges PhD students to convey their research to a multidisciplinary audience in less than three minutes, with only a single static PowerPoint slide. College/School heats take place between January and March each year. Two finalists from each of the seven Colleges/Schools are chosen to present at the Swansea University final. This year it take place as part of the PGR Showcase on 8th May 2019. It's the highlihgt of the PGR calendar and an opportunity for PGR students not to be missed.
3 Minute Thesis Competition
|College/School||3MT Heat date||How to enter|
|College of Arts and Humanities||6th March 2019||Sign up for the College of Arts and Humanities 3MT Heat|
|College of Engineering||18th March 2019||Sign up for the College of Engineering 3MT Heat|
|College of Human and Health Science||26th March 2019||Sign up for the College of Human and Health Science 3MT Heat|
|School of Medicine||7th March 2019||email firstname.lastname@example.org|
|School of Management||4th March 2019||Sign up for the School of Management 3MT Heat|
|College of Science||12th March 2019||Sign up for the College of Science 3MT Heat|
Find out more about the Three Minute Thesis competition
®3MT is an academic competition developed by the University of Queensland, Australia. Its success has led to the establishment of local and national competitions in several countries across the globe. Vitae host the UK ®3MT competition which is the culmination of finalists from Vitae member Highter Education Institutions throughout the UK.
Watch Laura Broome's winning Three Minute Thesis presentation 2018
The winner of the Swansea University 2018 competition, Laura Broome from the Chollege of Human and Health Science won the Swansea University ®3MT competition in 2018. Laura's presentation was then entered into the UK Semi-final and was shortlisted to 1 of 6 finaists to compete in the UK ®3MT final, hosted by Vitae, the global leader in researcher development.