Postgraduate events

Find out about events for postgraduates and how to stay up-to-date with what's on.

Staff and students at socialising at the Exposure Prizegiving.
Staff and students at the Exposure Prizegiving.

Three Minute Thesis (3MT®)

Could you present an 80,000 word thesis in just 180 seconds? Three Minute Thesis challenges research students to do just that. This epic race against the clock is a thrill for participants and audience members alike, plus a valuable opportunity for research students to upskill and increase their research impact.

Find out more about Three Minute Thesis.

Doctoral Morning Tea (DMT)

The Doctoral Morning Tea is an opportunity for doctoral candidates from across the university to come together to share experiences - and to learn from those who have gone before them. Each month, a panel of current or recent doctoral candidates discusses key topics relevant to doctoral life.

Find out more about the Doctoral Morning Tea.

Doctoral workshops

These doctoral-specific workshops by internationally-renowned academics and researchers teach essential tools and strategies for doctoral success.

Find out more at Doctoral workshops.

School of Graduate Studies Research Showcase

The School of Graduate Studies Research Showcase is a celebration of the research of doctoral candidates and masters research students from across the University. Participants can submit to any (or all) of three categories: Academic Posters, Research Images or Creative Items.

Find out more about School of Graduate Studies Research Showcase.

PGSA events

Joining the Postgraduate Students Association (PGSA) connects you with your peers and enables you to have a say in how the University is run. You could represent your community on a range of University committees, participate in exciting postgraduate events and - as a committee member - develop vital transferrable skills.  

Find out more online at Postgraduate Student Association.

Stay informed with Postgrad or Doctoral News

Postgrad News and Doctoral News are fortnightly newsletters for current postgraduates and current doctoral candidates respectively. They keep you up-to-date with the development opportunities, events, news, information and resources that could help you make the most of your postgraduate or doctoral experience.

To sign up, email Sarah via the button below using your student email account, stating your level of study.