Get involved in an exciting range of cross-faculty opportunities and events, just for postgraduates.
Three Minute Thesis Competition
Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is a dynamic research communication competition run in universities worldwide. Partipants have just 180 seconds and a single, static Powerpoint slide to encapsulate their entire thesis. Whether you join as a participant or as an audience member, you won't fail to enjoy the buzz of this fun and vibrant event.
Check out the 2018 heats and competition information at www.auckland.ac.nz/3mt.
Doctoral Morning Tea
The Doctoral Morning Tea (DMT) is a monthly event for all doctoral candidates at the University of Auckland. It allows you to meet and mingle with other doctoral candidates in a relaxed environment, keep up-to-date with what’s happening and listen to informative guest speakers present on topics relevant to doctoral life.
The DMT is normally held on the third Thursday of every month from February to November, depending on speaker availability.
Previous 2018 topics:
- Careers in academia (17 May)
- Health and wellbeing during the PhD (19 April)
- Managing the relationship with your supervisor (22 March)
- Managing the doctoral journey with Dr Mohamad Alansari (22 February)
Upcoming Doctoral Morning Tea: Q&A with the Vice Chancellor and Dean of Graduate Studies
Our next DMT welcomes Professor Stuart McCutcheon, Vice Chancellor, and Dr Caroline Daley, Dean of Graduate Studies. You'll get an update on important University news and have your burning questions answered in this face-to-face discussion.
Date: Tuesday 19 June
Location: iSpace, Kate Edgar L4
Tickets will be released soon.
Exposure is a showcase of postgraduate students' work and celebrates academic and artistic excellence, and student ingenuity.
For more information and details of the 2017 competition, visit Exposure.
The Postgraduate Students Association (PGSA) regularly organises events exclusively for postgrad students. From wellness trips to the annual Waiheke weekend, there's a lot to get involved in.
For the latest events and information, check the PGSA website.
Postgraduate orientation is over, but we're still here to point you in the right direction when you need help.
Find out where to go and who to talk to when you need support or advice in this handy downloadable guide.
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