The rules are simple: explain your research to a non-specialist audience in three minutes.
No props, sound, moving images, poems, raps, songs or mimes are allowed; only a single static PowerPoint slide is permissible.
Win a cash prize of £500 towards research, conference, or public engagement activity expenses;
Have the chance to go through to the Vitae 3MT National Finals and win a bigger cash prize;
Gain experience in your ‘elevator pitch’, practicing how to explain your research to a lay audience – invaluable in this day and age;
Gain national exposure for your doctoral research;
Be featured on the Centre for Doctoral Studies Blog and website.
Three Minute Thesis Webinar
Sign up here for our webinar on Thursday 11 February 12:00-13:00 GMT, with tips and advice on how to put together a captivating slide and deliver a great presentation that will maximise your chances of winning.
The panel will include:
- Donald Lush (King’s Careers & Employability)
- Dr Amy Moore (King’s Head of Doctoral Student Development)
- Christian Hurry (PGR Student and King’s 3MT 2019 Grand Finalist)
- Sogol Salamipour (PGR Student, King’s 3MT 2020 Grand Finalist, and Vitae National Finalist 2020)