Take part to the "My thesis in 3 minutes... in French!" contest! [fr]
If you are a PhD student and you speak French, join us on the 23rd March for a very special competition that will take place in Dublin, within the frame of the Month of La Francophonie 2017.
This year, on the occasion of the Month of La Francophonie 2017, we are launching the "My thesis in 3 minutes... in French!" contest, inspired by the popular"Three-Minute thesis" contest.
This contest is open to all disciplines and there are some prizes to win!
Thursday 23rd March, from 5.00 pm to 7.00 pm, Dublin (location to be announced soon).
The contest is open to doctoral students from all disciplines, registered in a Higher Education Institution in Ireland.
All nationalities are welcome!
Each participant will present her/his dissertation subject in French in 3 minutes for a general and non-specialist public.
The jury will be composed of Francophone academics, professionals of scientific communication and media, living in Ireland.
Precisions on the competition will be sent to all registered participants.
Prizes: a return ticket to France, a diner in a French restaurant, bottles of French wines...
For any further information, do not hesitate to contact us at science[a]ambafrance-ie.org or call us 01 277 5054.
DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS THURSDAY 2nd MARCH 2017.
Please check your availability on the 23rd March: if you register, you are expected to take part to the competition.
Special thanks to the restaurant L’Ecrivain for their contribution.
This award-winning restaurant has built itself a reputation for innovative cooking Irish/French style using the very best of Irish produce from small indigenous producers all in season. It is also well known for its fish, which is caught all over Ireland on the same day as used.
Derry Clarke is renowned for his culinary expertise, and together with his team of chefs, Sallyanne and the front of house team, l’Ecrivain is an experience not to be missed. l’Ecrivain also has three private dining rooms, the Malt room on the ground floor seats 12 people, the private room upstairs Salon Privé seats 18 people, as well as a terrace garden which is wonderful for dining on a summer’s evening in Dublin and the New Kitchen which is a Private Dining Room with a Live Kitchen which can seat up to 20 people.