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NUS 3MT Competition 2017

3MT Jun2017

Are you interested in participating in the NUS 3-minute Thesis (3MT) competition? 3MT is an academic competition originally developed by the University of Queensland for research graduate students in 2008. It now has a global participation of almost 200 universities in more than 18 countries. GSS will be organizing the NUS 3MT competition to select finalists to participate in the various regional and International 3MT competitions. 

This year's 3MT competition will be a live event where students have to present their research in a span of 3 minutes. The NUS 3MT competition will take place on Saturday, 1 July 2017 from 10 am at LT52, University Town. Attractive prizes will be awarded to the top 5 students:
Winner – S$500
1st runner up – S$300
2nd runner up – S$150
3rd and 4th runner up – S$100 each

Winners will also get an opportunity to participate in the National level 3MT Competition (winner of this national-level competition will proceed to compete in 2017 Asia-Pacific 3MT Competition) and Universitas 21 3MT Competition.

Keen to participate but want to know more about the competition and rules? Join us for the 3MT Information Session on Saturday, 17 June 20172.30pm at Paris Room, Yusof Ishak House. For participating in the competition and attending the information session, please register at:

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