The University of York research student finalists had just three minutes each to communicate the impact of their research to an audience made up of university staff, members of the general public, and industry - to win a prize.
3MT® competitions challenge participants to explain their research effectively and concisely to a non-specialist audience in three minutes, helping to develop their presentation and research communication skills. Communicating to different audiences helps demonstrate the contribution that research makes to wider society and the economy. The University of York 3MT® is a chance for our research students to engage and enthuse a range of learners about their research.
University of York PhD students, who have passed their first formal review of progress, and have not yet completed their viva.
Comprehension and content
Engagement and communication
Join the audience!
The University of York 3MT 2020 final is still going ahead! The final will now take place Online on Wednesday 10 June 2020, remaining as part of the Festival of Ideas.
More information on how to join the audience will be provided shortly!
How do I prepare for 3MT®?
RETT offer “So you want to enter 3MT?” sessions bookable through SkillsForge
You can view finalists from previous years here
How do I enter 3MT?
Applications for 2020 are now closed.
Please stay tuned in the next academic year for details on how to apply to our 2021 competition!
05 & 25 February: So you want to enter 3MT? workshops
28 February: Applications open
01 April: Closing date for entries
08 April: Short-listed applicants informed
23 April: 3MT Auditions
30 April: Successful applicants informed
13 May: Finalists’ Training session
10 June: University of York 3TM® 2020 Final
July: Video submission to the UK 3MT® 2020 semi-final (online)
August: UK 3MT® 2020 semi-final (online)
16 September: UK 3MT® 2020 Final
The Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is an academic research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland (UQ), Australia.