Closing dates extended to Friday 28 June 2019
If you ran out of time to enter the 3MT competition or 2019 Postgraduate Research Symposium, we have good news – you now have until the end of this working week to enter!
2019 AUT Postgraduate Research Symposium Info
Present your research in one of three ways:
- Oral presentation (15 minutes presentation plus Q&A time)
- Creative exhibition (15 minute performance or demonstration plus Q&A time)
- Poster presentation (poster on display for the day of the Postgraduate Research Symposium plus Q&A time at the Symposium)
Submit an abstract outlining the nature of your research, including any key literature, arguments, findings and/or conclusions. Please include the methodology, approach and sample, as well as an abstract title.
All abstracts will be subject to an academic review process through the Graduate Research School. You may be asked to revise the abstract during the review process. If accepted, you will be confirmed to present at the 2019 Postgraduate Research Symposium and your abstract will be published in the Symposium programme.
Submit your completed Postgraduate Research Symposium abstract form as a .docx file to the Graduate Research School.
There will be prizes for the Best Poster Presentation and Best Abstract.
Check out the Student Digital Workspace or contact the Graduate Research School by email if you have any questions or require further information.
2019 AUT 3MT Competition Info
3MT® is a research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland (UQ). Research master’s students and doctoral students who have successfully passed the PGR9 have three minutes to present their thesis and its significance in an inspiring and captivating way.
Click here for more information on the AUT 3MT, including rules, judging criteria and important dates.
The winner of the AUT 3MT doctoral competition will go on to compete at the Asia-Pacific 3MT competition at the University of Queensland. The winner of the AUT 3MT master’s competition will go on to compete at the NZ Master’s Inter-University 3MT Challenge.
We recommend that you watch 3MT presentations from around the world to prepare yourself for the competition.
Further resources, such as a competitor guide and FAQs, are available on the University of Queensland website: