Could you explain your thesis in three minutes?
King’s College London 3 Minute Thesis is a competition open to any King’s student currently studying for a PhD or other doctorate (including pre-upgrade).
The rules are simple: explain your research (or an aspect of it) to a non-specialist audience in three minutes. No props, sound or moving images allowed; no poems, raps, songs or mimes. Only a single static PowerPoint slide is permissible. The winners will be decided by a panel of judges.
A series of heats will be held during May with two winning contestants from each heat going forwards to the King’s College London 3 Minute Thesis Grand Final. The winner of the Grand Final will be invited to represent the College at the 2016 UK 3 Minute Thesis National Semi-Finals.
You can book your place on one of the heats via Skills Forge. The course code is PGR600 “3 Minute Thesis Heats”. Places will be strictly limited to 20 for each heat.
The dates of each heat are:
(All 2-4pm unless stated)
- Tuesday 3 May, Lecture Theatre 2, New Hunts House, Guy’s Campus
- Thursday 5 May, S.-2.08, Strand Campus
- Tuesday 10 May, Lecture Theatre 2, New Hunts House, Guy’s Campus
- Tuesday 17 May, Wolfson Lecture Theatre, Weston Education Centre, Denmark Hill Campus
- Grand Final: Thursday 9 June 3-5pm Edmund J Safra Lecture Theatre, King’s Building, Strand Campus.
For more background to the competition visit the link here.
Any questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.